Suzanne and Andre Paradis answer questions from listeners about their relationship problems and concerns.
Some of the questions are as follows:
What attracts a good man to a woman?
Red Flags/how to know if he/she is marriage material
What is the best advice I can pass onto my three boys about dating and navigating the feminist culture and not compromising on their masculinity?
What to say/suggest (or NOT say/suggest) to a close fri...
Last week Stan Wischnowski, top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, was forced to apologize and ultimately resign after using the headline, “Buildings Matter, Too.” He later characterized his own work as “deeply offensive.”
Over at the New York Times, editorial page editor James Bennet resigned after a staff uproar as a result of U.S. Senator Republican Tom Cotton's statement in an op-ed that military troops should be sent to ...
Ever wonder why women, once they took on the role of breadwinner, became more stressed out and, thus, less happy?
The reason may be politically inconvenient, but that doesn't make it any less true.
Women have a fraction of the amount of testosterone men do, and testosterone is in part responsible for why men are able to be single focused and get energized from it as a result.
That's not how it works for most women. They bec...
Children of divorce are in desperate need of a relationship with both their parents. Sadly, far too many are reduced to having a relationship with only one parent: the mother.
Citing a principle called the “best interest of the child,” family courts award sole or primary custody of most children of divorced parents to mothers, thereby reducing fathers to occasional visitation and zero authority.
The silence on this issue is deafeni...
Suzanne's husband Bill makes a special appearance to discuss answers, along with Suzanne, to listeners' questions.
IN THIS EPISODE:
3:35 How Bill and Suzanne met
7:02 How long after they started dating when Bill proposed
8:00 Bill and Suzanne talk about their wedding
9:30 What are each others most annoying habits and how to cope with your partner’s bad habits
15:15 What are their favorite things about each other and how th...
It is hardly in question that masculinity in America is under attack. In the social justice crusade to promote the purported underdogs of gender (women, trans, queer), masculinity has become the enemy.
America’s youth have been brainwashed to believe that males are predators, and females their prey. Girls are relentlessly empowered to believe they can do anything boys can, and boys are admonished to be more like girls.
Christina Hoff Sommers is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where she studies the politics of gender and feminism—as well as free expression, due process, and the preservation of liberty in the academy.
Christina is perhaps best known for her 1994 book Who Stole Feminism? How Women Have Betrayed Women, which was instrumental in giving a voice to those who dared to question rigid doctrines about women and men ...
It's hard enough to be a millennial these days. But does being Jordan Peterson's daughter make it easier? Or harder?
Mikhaila Peterson is perhaps best known for being Jordan Peterson’s daughter, but she wears many hats. She’s the CEO of her father’s company, Luminate Enterprises, as well as the author of the blog, Don’t Eat That (https://mikhailapeterson.com/), which highlights Mikhaila's journey into remission from juv...
The kids will be all right if the parents split up. Right? If the parents are happy, the children will be happy.
Well, those children are now speaking, and they are not happy. They're talking about the damage their parents’ divorce caused.
These are people who, even if they've gone on to have functional lives, still carry the scars of divorce with them into their own marriages and relationships.
In Leila Miller’s book, Prim...
In January 2019, the American Psychological Association (APA) issued its first-ever guidelines for practice with men and boys. Its message was simple and clear: It claimed that traditional masculinity—such as stoicism, competitiveness, dominance and aggression—is, "on the whole, harmful."
Licensed professional counselor Rose Skeeters (https://www.thriveonlinecounseling.com/) was horrified when she heard this news. The APA ...
Are you a woman who knows she wants to get married and have a family more than anything else, but you’re hesitant to tell anyone because you fear the responses you’ll get from your parents, your friends, or, well, from just about anyone you tell?
Or perhaps you’re a woman who’s already mapped out a life with a career at the center, and you want nothing more than to switch gears and put family first.
Or perhaps you’re a mother at ho...
Some of you may know about the new program Mrs. America, FX’s new nine-part mini-series that began on April 15. If you click here to read about it, you’ll go down a rabbit hole. It has received loads of media attention.
Mrs. America is the story of the feminist movement’s efforts to ratify the ERA and the unexpected backlash led by Phyllis Schlafly—who, as it happens, is my mother’s sister.
Mrs. America may be peppered with histori...
If there’s one thing that’s sure to drive the average wife batshit crazy, it’s watching her husband do nothing. But is your husband really doing nothing when he’s doing nothing?
Join Andre Paradis of https://www.projectequinox.net/ and Suzanne to discuss the intricate workings of the male mind. This crucial information can save your marriage, or at the very least make it much smoother sailing.
You might think getting marriage advice from a divorce lawyer sounds odd. In fact, it makes all the sense in the world. After all, divorce lawyers are not that different from marriage counselors with respect to what they see in their offices. It’s true that divorce lawyers help couples get divorced rather than stay together, but they nevertheless have a unique window into the lives of countless marriages.
It's hard to find a millennial these days who isn't "woke," or who's "politically correct" so as not to offend anyone and who's a full-on social justice warrior.
Meet Suzanne's virtual assistant, Kelsey Merritt, who's in studio, to discuss how music and pop culture have changed over the years and ultimately produced a "lost" generation. Kelsey is a music industry veteran, small busine...
Do you wish your wife would stop nagging and have more trust and faith in you? Do you wish she would smile more and complain less? Look at you the way she did when you were dating?
You have the power to make it happen.
Women respond to men who are fully grounded in their masculine core. When you master this skill, you’ll find the wife you remember from all those years ago is back. There will be far less bickering and much...
Have you ever been to a counselor who made your life worse instead of better? It happens all the time. Today, people really need to dig to find a therapist who doesn’t take sides (often with the woman), who doesn’t espouse politically correct gobbledygook, and who tells it like it is, not as he or she thinks it should be.
That’s Doris Wild Helmering. Doris is an international author, media personality, business consultant and semin...
When I was young and would say something to my mother about not being able to do what the other kids are doing, or just point out the differences between them and me, she would say to me, “Who wants to be like everyone else? How boring!”
It must have stuck with me because I’ve spent a lifetime thinking and behaving differently from most people I know. Or maybe it’s just my personality. Either which way, as difficult as can be to go...
So I posted a meme recently that said, “Remember the sex you had before the babies came?” and received over 100 comments that run the gamut. Here are just a few:
“My general observation is that sex after babies is less. A lot less. For women it becomes more of a ‘have to do’ than an ‘I get to do.'”
“I have a 7 1/2 year old daughter who is amazing at being birth control. Lol. Won’t sleep without her mother.”
“The same after babi...
Men today get mixed signals about what women want. The culture tells them masculinity is bad, but they can see for themselves that women respond to men who are manly.
But what does it mean to be “manly” in 2020? Andre Paradis (https://www.projectequinox.net/) and I will explain what women respond best to and why—and will help men navigate the muddy waters.
Once a man understands a woman’s biological desire, he can comfortably ignor...