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I promise, none of this is fake news!

I actually did write the articles, that is really me in the interviews and red is my natural hair color. Well two out of three ain't bad!

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Suzette speaks at the African American Literary Tea, introducing her two recent published works, The Sound of My Soul and Protecting Your Emotional G-spot to a sold out gathering of book lovers from all across the USA. 

Suzette recognized at VMH Magazine (previously F.I.N.E. Success Magazine) 1-year anniversary gala for excellence in inspirational writings.  

 

Suzette takes her  "What is Your Enough Factor?" message to Cary, NC

 

 

Suzette offers clarification to workshop participants during a paired exercise.  

Suzette gave a compelling talk at Wholeness Conference urging participants to Protect Their Emotional G-spot in God's Strength.  Her break out session drew the largest crowd of the conference.  

Suzette greets early risers at Writers Workshop where aspiring authors and writers gathered to learn about publishing.

Suzette shares her MusicMath Approach to Dating and Relating with attendees at her kick off tour stop in Raleigh NC. 

Suzette shares her journey with attendees at her inaugural launch of her book, The Sound of My Life. 

Suzette addresses participants at her "What Is Your Enough Factor" Tour stop in Durham's The Frontier.  

By popular demand, "What Is Your Enough Factor?" went virtual.  Participants from US and abroad could participate in the webinar with their electronic device.  

"You don't need everybody, just the right somebody."

About Suzette

Hi, I'm Suzette Vearnon.  On December 27, 2014 on my 55th birthday, I did something that statistics would not have predicted.  I got married to the most wonderful man.  It wasn't my looks, my charms or my savvy dating that did it.  It was that after 49 years of being on this Earth it was no longer okay for me to stop being myself in my relationships with men.  With this realization came a startling revelation. I didn't know how to not perform for a man's affections.    
You see, I was taught that love = performance.  So it was difficult for me to grasp that a man could love me without my attempts to accommodate him.  I needed help.  I hired a coach.  It was a painstaking process; but in time, I found my rhythm.  I discovered my super power wasn't in what I did.  It was in who I was.  The journey was about finding my Enough Factor.  And it is my purpose and passion to help you to find yours.