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

By Suzanne Venker, John M. Townsend, Ph.D.

“Ms. Venker’s contribution to humanity, to families, to marriages, to women is huge.” Dr. Laura Schlessinger, author of six New York Times bestsellers and host of one of the most popular talk shows in radio history

“In her excellent new book, written with John M. Townsend, Ph.D., an expert on the evolutionary roots of sex differences, Suzanne helps women see nature’s truths. In doing so, she provides a roadmap for what most women want most of all: a lifelong long with a special man.” — Steven E. Rhoads, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, U. of Virginia, and author of Taking Sex Differences Seriously

Do you secretly long to go out on an actual date–one where the man asks you out, picks you up, holds the door open and pays for the meal solely for the purpose of enjoying your company? Would you know how to act on this hypothetical date?
Do you secretly wish for a man you can depend on, even financially, not because you’re incapable of taking care of yourself but because you don’t necessarily want to?
Do you secretly long for your husband to be more of a leader? Is it possible you’re undermining his efforts to do so?
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.
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