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As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight! Why Are You Throwing Your Feminine Power in the Trash? Do you ever wonder why some women find husbands easily while others do not? Have you ever asked yourself why some marriages last while others don’t? Is your marriage struggling despite your best efforts to keep it together? Women who win at love don’t have a gift you don’t have. What m As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight! Why Are You Throwing Your Feminine Power in the Trash? Do you ever wonder why some women find husbands easily while others do not? Have you ever asked yourself why some marriages last while others don’t? Is your marriage struggling despite your best efforts to keep it together? Women who win at love don’t have a gift you don’t have. What makes them unique, explain author and relationship coach Suzanne Venker and anthropology professor John M. Townsend, Ph.D., is that they aren’t at war with the men in their lives. Women who win at love reject the concept of sexual equality and embrace male and female nature instead. If you’re tired of being single, divorced, or unhappily married, and if you’re willing to step outside your comfort zone to find lasting love, even if it means accepting controversial truths, this is the book for you. You know how to win at almost everything else. Isn’t it time for you to win at love? In Women Who Win at Love, you will learn:  the foolproof secrets of dating that lead to marriage how to embrace the way the sexes are naturally wired why your financial success may be undermining your chances at lasting love why love isn’t enough to make a marriage work to be secure in your knowledge of how love works


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As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight! Why Are You Throwing Your Feminine Power in the Trash? Do you ever wonder why some women find husbands easily while others do not? Have you ever asked yourself why some marriages last while others don’t? Is your marriage struggling despite your best efforts to keep it together? Women who win at love don’t have a gift you don’t have. What m As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight! Why Are You Throwing Your Feminine Power in the Trash? Do you ever wonder why some women find husbands easily while others do not? Have you ever asked yourself why some marriages last while others don’t? Is your marriage struggling despite your best efforts to keep it together? Women who win at love don’t have a gift you don’t have. What makes them unique, explain author and relationship coach Suzanne Venker and anthropology professor John M. Townsend, Ph.D., is that they aren’t at war with the men in their lives. Women who win at love reject the concept of sexual equality and embrace male and female nature instead. If you’re tired of being single, divorced, or unhappily married, and if you’re willing to step outside your comfort zone to find lasting love, even if it means accepting controversial truths, this is the book for you. You know how to win at almost everything else. Isn’t it time for you to win at love? In Women Who Win at Love, you will learn:  the foolproof secrets of dating that lead to marriage how to embrace the way the sexes are naturally wired why your financial success may be undermining your chances at lasting love why love isn’t enough to make a marriage work to be secure in your knowledge of how love works

30 review for Women Who Win at Love: How to Build a Relationship That Lasts

  1. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    A voice of reason in the darkness of our current culture. Second+ wave feminism has taken generations of wisdom regarding marriage, family, and long term happiness and discarded it. Has this brought the happiness promised? I don't think so. So many young women are walking around looking shell shocked, wondering why everything promised them didn't come to fruition. This book offers a map out of the madness. Susan Venker's map is not a retreat into pre 19th amendment ideologies, but a guide for na A voice of reason in the darkness of our current culture. Second+ wave feminism has taken generations of wisdom regarding marriage, family, and long term happiness and discarded it. Has this brought the happiness promised? I don't think so. So many young women are walking around looking shell shocked, wondering why everything promised them didn't come to fruition. This book offers a map out of the madness. Susan Venker's map is not a retreat into pre 19th amendment ideologies, but a guide for navigating the opportunities available to young women now and balancing those with the, dare I say it, inevitable future desire for family and relationships.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bookobsessed

    I've been a fan of Suzanne Venker ever since I discovered her writing a couple of years ago, so when I was given the chance to write a review of an ARC of her latest book, I couldn't pass it up. Women Who Win at Love (WWWAL) is a refreshingly honest how-to guide that gives practical, applicable advice on how to engage with the opposite sex in a way that works. I love how Suzanne is able to make each tip simple and easy to implement in every woman's life today, regardless of where she is in her re I've been a fan of Suzanne Venker ever since I discovered her writing a couple of years ago, so when I was given the chance to write a review of an ARC of her latest book, I couldn't pass it up. Women Who Win at Love (WWWAL) is a refreshingly honest how-to guide that gives practical, applicable advice on how to engage with the opposite sex in a way that works. I love how Suzanne is able to make each tip simple and easy to implement in every woman's life today, regardless of where she is in her relationship journey (single, married, etc). Suzanne's book explores the different obstacles women face when meeting, getting, and keeping their significant other by empowering women to take control by letting it go, to trust their instincts, and to get out of their own way! I didn't find anything negative to say about the book except that if you've been following Venker's style, you might find some of the topics touched on in this guide a bit repetitive. But I don't think that's an accident. Many people learn and remember best through repetition and much of what Venker has said about love and relationships bears repeating. Themes like 'letting your man lead' and 'rejecting the feminist culture in order to find happiness' cannot be stressed enough, in my opinion, and it's great advice that I'm sure has helped many people navigate their relationships better. Suzanne speaks candidly about the consequences of earning more than him, childrearing, and marriage in a way that most people are either oblivious about or are unwilling to confront before and after they say 'I do'. Venker's writing is going to rub some people the wrong way but I could not find fault with any of the topics she talks about in her book because it has an honesty that women's studies classes lack. WWWAL addresses the joys to be had in motherhood and a healthy marriage, while also encouraging women to embrace their femininity and to accept men for who they are rather than who modern society tries to shame them into being. One of the reasons I liked this book so much was because of the sincerity and practicality in it that modern feminism finds so offensive. The truth that Suzanne reveals is that the issues that Hollywood and the media give credence to-- i.e., the wage gap, gender equality, and toxic masculinity--feed the very mindset that undermines loving relationships between men and women. This is an unpopular opinion, but that doesn't make it any less true. I truly enjoyed this book as well as the others Suzanne has written and I can't wait for the next one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deanna

    Every young man and woman should be required to read this book, before entering into a relationship. Many people are not taught how to have a lasting relationship. This book is all about, "If you don't nourish your marriage it will not stand, "til death do us part." Every young man and woman should be required to read this book, before entering into a relationship. Many people are not taught how to have a lasting relationship. This book is all about, "If you don't nourish your marriage it will not stand, "til death do us part."

  4. 5 out of 5

    Elinor Loredan

    This is a very counter culture book that gives valuable insight into the differing natures of men and women and how to best reconcile them. Each chapter is straightforward and fascinating.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rita Slanina

    I felt this book spoke to me. "Taking divorce off the table." was probably one of the best things in the book that I felt my SO and I are both guilty of throwing around all willy nilly. If you keep telling yourself there are other options out there, then it will definitely lead to a reality of ending up back on the dating scene and not strengthen the bond you already have with that special someone. A fantastic read! I just couldn't put it down. The way Suzanne tells the stories and then backs th I felt this book spoke to me. "Taking divorce off the table." was probably one of the best things in the book that I felt my SO and I are both guilty of throwing around all willy nilly. If you keep telling yourself there are other options out there, then it will definitely lead to a reality of ending up back on the dating scene and not strengthen the bond you already have with that special someone. A fantastic read! I just couldn't put it down. The way Suzanne tells the stories and then backs them up with research and factually statistic information is brilliant! If you seem a little confused with today's societal pressures on dating, interacting within a relationship you already have and/or being told that divorcing at the slightest inconvenience, then this book is definitely a must read!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I read this book in just a few sittings - I couldn’t put it down! - and it has already set my marriage on a happier trajectory. The dominant culture has brainwashed women to believe we should be like men. We should want what men want and go after it the same way men do. Venker dismantles feminism's false, hopeless paradigms with grace, wisdom and humor. She reminds us that men are simple. They’re not stupid, as today’s sitcom culture suggests, but they’re easy to get along with, if women keep a I read this book in just a few sittings - I couldn’t put it down! - and it has already set my marriage on a happier trajectory. The dominant culture has brainwashed women to believe we should be like men. We should want what men want and go after it the same way men do. Venker dismantles feminism's false, hopeless paradigms with grace, wisdom and humor. She reminds us that men are simple. They’re not stupid, as today’s sitcom culture suggests, but they’re easy to get along with, if women keep a few principles in mind. The first half of the book will help a woman make good dating choices; the second half will help a woman build a marriage that will last. I'm looking forward to gifting the book it to my daughters and my sister.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Aragorn the Wiser

    A Needed Course Correction Suzanne Venker is a modern day Moses, leading women out of the slavery of pagan 4th wave feminism and into a new land of truth, freedom and life satisfaction. Full of stories from unhappy women looking for a change, and backing up her advice with real data from scientific studies and her counseling experience, she tries to help women restore needed balance to their lives. No matter how many times we hear it said, gender is not a social construct. There are biological and A Needed Course Correction Suzanne Venker is a modern day Moses, leading women out of the slavery of pagan 4th wave feminism and into a new land of truth, freedom and life satisfaction. Full of stories from unhappy women looking for a change, and backing up her advice with real data from scientific studies and her counseling experience, she tries to help women restore needed balance to their lives. No matter how many times we hear it said, gender is not a social construct. There are biological and cultural differences between men and women that need to be considered when men and women decide how to plan and live their lives. These differences also mean that relationships can be a minefield if men and women don't empathize and understand the differences between the way men and women approach dating, marriage, parenting and careers. This book is full of advice on how to minimize relationship conflicts and keep things running smoothly. Suzanne skewers the current paradigm and shows a way forward, reviving common sense relationship advice that has worked for ages, explains why it works and adapts it to today's bleak dating/marriage landscape. If you have an open mind and are fed up with the way things are, Suzanne's "Back to the Future" advice might be just what you are looking for. (Note: I received an advance copy of this book for review)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    Suzanne Venker writes with authority, but also with kindness and caring. Reading one of her books is like sitting down and chatting with an old friend. She truly cares about her readers, and wants them to get it right, to have a fulfilling, lasting relationship. In her latest book, Women Who Win at Love, Suzanne tells the truth about women and men and their inherent differences, dating, sex, relationships, marriage. It is a must read for women of all ages. I especially urge young women to read t Suzanne Venker writes with authority, but also with kindness and caring. Reading one of her books is like sitting down and chatting with an old friend. She truly cares about her readers, and wants them to get it right, to have a fulfilling, lasting relationship. In her latest book, Women Who Win at Love, Suzanne tells the truth about women and men and their inherent differences, dating, sex, relationships, marriage. It is a must read for women of all ages. I especially urge young women to read this book! Everything you need to know is right here! Save yourself from making mistakes! And for those of us who have been married a little while or a long while, there’s valuable information in here for you too!

  9. 4 out of 5

    S Brady

    How our culture has impacted love relationship and what you can do about it. Many books have been written on relationships. Women Who Win in Love is a great one for this culture and time of history. Addressing how the feminist movement has altered this cultures views and beliefs, this book brings into focus the important factors that a woman needs to know early enough in life to make decisions that will draw a man to her for a life long love relationship. A very good read for anyone who desires a How our culture has impacted love relationship and what you can do about it. Many books have been written on relationships. Women Who Win in Love is a great one for this culture and time of history. Addressing how the feminist movement has altered this cultures views and beliefs, this book brings into focus the important factors that a woman needs to know early enough in life to make decisions that will draw a man to her for a life long love relationship. A very good read for anyone who desires a healthy love relationship and family in their future. Shelly B Thank you for your review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

    I am someone who believes that men and women are different, and that we both bring something unique to the table and that our differences should be embraced rather than erased. However, the writing style and overall format of this book left something to be desired. The editor missed some obvious typos, and the selection of quotes to highlight made for some awkward interruptions in the flow of the chapters. Read in a day.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christina Smith

    A Book With Good Directions I enjoyed reading and actively listening to this book. I don't agree with everything it says, in part 1 above some of the rules of dating ie. Let him chase you, don't offer to pay on dates etc. Aside, I did enjoyed reading part 2 about valuing your marriage instead of getting the greener grass syndrome.😉 A Book With Good Directions I enjoyed reading and actively listening to this book. I don't agree with everything it says, in part 1 above some of the rules of dating ie. Let him chase you, don't offer to pay on dates etc. Aside, I did enjoyed reading part 2 about valuing your marriage instead of getting the greener grass syndrome.😉

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