NOTE: I’M CURRENTLY BOOKED AND NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL JANUARY 2020.
A Little Bit About Me
I’m a wife, a mother, and the author of five books on the ways in which our culture undermines marriage and family. My passion is to equip women with the information and the tools they need to build happy, balanced lives.
My most recent book is Women Who Win at Love: How to Build a Relationship That Lasts.
College used to be the optimal time for men and women to date, or to engage in relationship exploration, while simultaneously studying for their respective degrees. Those days are gone.
“Over and over,” writes Alexandra Solomon of Northwestern University, “my undergraduates tell me they try hard not to fall in love during college, imagining that would mess up their plans.”
This message is particularly directed toward women, who are encouraged to forget about marriage and children for the foreseeable future. The result is a hookup culture. After all, if a woman's professional life is considered the number one most important thing in life, there’s no reason to date. The whole purpose of dating is to determine whether or not the other person is a match. Why go through all the rigmarole if marriage isn’t on your radar? Might as well hookup until you’re ready to settle down.
And yet, according to a study by the American Psychological Association (APA), 63% of college-age men and 83% of college-age women say they prefer a traditional relationship to an uncommitted sexual one.
Unfortunately, schools offer nothing in the way of relationship skills education. It’s time to change that.
The outlook for lasting love is no better post-college. In fact, most American singles—female and male—want to be in a committed relationship but aren’t.
What happened to courtship? How can men and women find their way to one another again?
Successful dating and marriages will occur the moment women shift their priorities and start demanding more from themselves and from men. To that end, I present the “8 Dating Rules” from my new book, Women Who Win at Love, that women can implement to supplant the hookup culture and to find a relationship that lasts.
My message is simple: Do the opposite of what the culture teaches when it comes to love, sex, marriage, work and family, and you will be successful in life and in love.
My talks are highly engaging and practical. Participants will go home with plenty of ideas they can immediately implement when it comes to their love lives.
What You Can Expect
If you book me to speak at your event, here’s what you can expect:
- Prompt response to your email correspondence
- Personal consultation prior to the event
- Promotion of your event on my blog and social media channels
- Excellent delivery in a conversational tone
- Immediate follow-up after the event for feedback
I handle my own speaking engagements. To book me for your event, simply fill out the form, and I’ll get back with you within 24 hours.
What People Are Saying
“Ms. Venker’s contribution to humanity, to families, to marriages, to women is huge.”
Dr. Laura Schlessinger
Author of six New York Times bestsellers, including The Proper Care & Feeding of Husbands, and host of one of the most popular talk show hosts in radio history
“Suzanne helps women see nature's truths. In doing so, she provides a roadmap for what most women want most of all: a lifelong love with a special man.”
Steven E. Rhoads, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, U. of Virginia, and author of Taking Sex Differences Seriously
“Suzanne Venker speaks boldly and wisely against the vapid conventional wisdom of contemporary feminism..”
Filmmaker and New York Times bestselling author
“A dynamite lady…”
Dr. James Dobson
founder of Focus on the Family
“Our conversation with Suzanne Venker generated an avalanche of comments on our website—more than we’ve ever had on a single topic on this program.”