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Mars Venus Dr. John Gray Among Featured Speakers At Virtual Summit

posted Sep 30, 2016, 10:49 AM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Sep 30, 2016, 10:51 AM ]

Suzette Vearnon Hosts Virtual Relationship Summit

posted Sep 30, 2016, 10:10 AM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Sep 30, 2016, 10:20 AM ]

A Super Tuesday For Single Women Over 30

posted Mar 1, 2016, 10:01 PM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Mar 1, 2016, 10:13 PM ]


DURHAM, N.C. - March 2, 2016 - PRLog -- What would make this a Super Tuesday? Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Clinton or Sanders getting the lion's share of delegates to be the frontrunner of their respective political parties? Sure, a win is what they all want; but only one will get their party's nomination and ultimately only one will be President of the United States. 

This is the truth when it comes to politics. When it comes to love, it can't be further from the truth. 

Despite statistics that say that college educated women over 30, women over 40 and women of color are less likely to find love than their younger counterparts, Suzette Vearnon, a 56 year old African American woman just celebrated her first year of wedded bliss. "What I learned is love doesn't read statistics," says this Author, Coach and Leader of Statistics Be Darned Community of Women. 

On March 5, 2016 at 9:00am Eastern Time, Vearnon will be hosting her third ENOUGH Virtual Workshop. "It's for women like me who can't fathom a life without love," says this Statistics Buster. While there are no guarantees that everyone will waltz into the sunset with a handsome prince, she quotes the words of a beloved Whitney Houston hit. "Learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all." 

During her 4-week workshop, Vearnon will be making the case that that's the source of great power and great love. For more information about her workshop or to register, go to

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Are You A Heart-Connected Relater?

posted Oct 10, 2015, 1:35 PM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Oct 10, 2015, 1:36 PM ]

     I am ENOUGH!


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Raleigh N.C., Oct. 10, 2015 PRLog -- Statistics Be Darned Founder, Suzette Vearnon is pleased to announce the KICKOFF of the 2nd ENOUGH Virtual Workshop. The workshop is for women who are ready to become heart-connected relaters.

What is a heart-connected relater? A heart connected relater is one who takes her heart back from past failed relationships, works on restoring it to a healthy state and allows it to guide her in choosing good relationship material.

If you've never attended one of Suzette's Workshops, now is the time to make that change. I had the pleasure of attending Week One and I must say that I am pleasantly surprised by the information that was shared. One of my Aha Moments was when Suzette said,
"The underlying message is that if you want closure, you have to give it to yourself and trust me, it is possible. Closure is about you and your willingness or unwillingness to give it to yourself. If you can't, there's some part of you that doesn't trust you or think you are worthy enough. That's where you need to focus your curiosity and your efforts. If you resolve that it's not your fault, you will be able to move on."

Suzette holds nothing back and has broken the sessions up across 4 weeks because as she says, "It takes 21 days to CHANGE A HABIT and once it's changed, you can't go back to it the same way you did before." I challenge anyone who is looking to break patterns in your relationship and try something new, to register for this workshop. You won't leave disappointed.


STATISTICS BE DARNED Suzette Vearnon Invites Singles Love and Attraction Group To Date Authentically

posted Sep 28, 2015, 5:49 AM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Sep 28, 2015, 5:51 AM ]

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 STATISTICS BE DARNED Suzette Vearnon Invites Singles Love and Attraction Group To Date Authentically


RALEIGH, NC – Sept. 28, 2015 – Statistics Be Darned Leader Suzette Vearnon will be addressing single men and women at the Singles Love and Attraction Group on Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mosaic Wine Lounge in Raleigh, North Carolina.  

Once a magnet for unavailable men now newlywed, Vearnon shares how she took her heart back and got the attention of the love of her life.  Her signature mantra? “You don’t need everybody, just the right somebody.”   

“Both men and women want to find love and possibly get married but we approach relationships either with a long-handled spoon or wreak of desperation.  Either way, we don’t date authentically,” she adds.

Known by her professional name Suzette Hinton, this author, life coach and business woman doesn’t just talk the talk, but walks the walk.  “It all starts within,” says Vearnon.  “If you want something better than what you’ve had, you’ve got to be better than you have been.”  Her audio, “How I Changed The Way I Dated And Got The Man” and her book, Protecting Your Emotional G-Spot chronicle her transformation.  Her marriage is proof that the insights gained really do work. 

For more information about the Singles Love and Attraction Group, contact Torey Wright on  To contact Suzette Vearnon, visit her website:



G-SPOT AUTHOR Gives Two Tips Guaranteed to Help You Take Your Heart Back After A Failed Relationship

posted Sep 28, 2015, 5:30 AM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Sep 28, 2015, 5:52 AM ]

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G-SPOT AUTHOR Gives Two Tips Guaranteed to Help You Take Your Heart Back After A Failed Relationship


RALEIGH, NC – Sept. 19, 2015 - Protecting Your Emotional G-spot Author Suzette Hinton is no stranger to failed relationships and losing one's identity in them.  This now-married kick off speaker at September 19th’s More Than A Conqueror: Overcoming Life’s Obstacles shared 2 tried-and-true tips that helped her recover and guaranteed to help you take your heart back too.”

 Tip 1: 

 OWN IT!  Stop blaming those who left or those we had to leave for our relationship issues.  Says this believer that closure does not require the other person , “We have to own the part we played.  Even if they blindsided us, we have to take responsibility for every day that we made what they did our focus and neglected to heal our hearts.” 

 Tip 2: 

 FEEL IT!  "You have to feel it to heal it,” declares Hinton.  She goes on to say, "If you are still wincing over what happened in the past, your heart is not healed.   You have to allow your hurt to have its full range of expression.”  Be a compassionate listener committed to seeing your heart through this to wholeness.

 Featured in August 2015’s Today’s Innovative Woman Magazine, Hinton, now Vearnon, is an author, coach and entrepreneur.  As the leader of Statistics Be Darned, a community of women committed to love and life, her ENOUGH Virtual Workshop takes you from losing yourself in relationships to becoming a heart-connected relater.  To register for the October workshop or to contact Suzette, visit 



Statistics Be Darned! Campaign Is Taking It To The Streets

posted Jul 9, 2015, 10:32 PM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Jul 9, 2015, 10:33 PM ]

PRLog - July 10, 2015 - GARNER, N.C. -- "For too long we ladies have complained, lamented 
over and blamed men for relationships gone bad," says Leader of the Statistics Be Darned! Campaign Suzette R. Vearnon.  "It's time to get off the sidelines and get the love we deserve!"

The newly-married Mrs. Vearnon is taking this message to the streets!SBDGraphLines

Kicking off her Statistics Be Darned initiative is a "Meet and Greet" on Saturday, July 11, 2015 at 1:00pm at 5th Avenue Coffee Cafe in Garner North Carolina.  There, she and women desirous of healthy, satisfying relationships with men will gather for two hours of empowerment and support.

Says this woman who spent every weekend in the self help section of the library for many years, "Before I wrote the first book or even knew about coaching, there was a need to figure this relationship stuff out."

Author Suzette Launches STATISTICS BE DARNED Campaign

posted May 26, 2015, 4:06 PM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated May 26, 2015, 4:07 PM ]

Beating the odds at 55

May 26, 2015
Disproving the statistics that regarded her too old, too educated and too African American to find love, Author Suzette Hinton now Mrs. Vearnon married the love of her life on a Spring-like December afternoon on her 55th birthday.  After 5 months of marriage, this newlywed has re-emerged with a renewed vigor and an unexpected mission.  "I want to give hope to the women, like myself, who have been told by statistics that they will never find love," announces Vearnon.

The inspiration came while Vearnon was tuning in to the 2015 Women On The Edge Of Evolution series with Claire Zammit.  This teleconference features women of every age and hue, breaking barriers and making a difference in the world.  "I was so captivated by their stories that I Googled them to subscribe to their websites," says this recently recognized author for "living the dream and telling the story."

"What I noticed right off was all the free stuff on their websites."

Moved by the magnitude of their generosity and wholehearted commitment to service, Vearnon pondered what she had to offer in kind.  "It hit me," she recalls.  "My story!"

"I got married at 55 years old.  Who would have thought that I, a woman with two divorces and a string of unavailable men in my closet, would have ever found love.  The statistics had counted me out."

Yet Vearnon beat the odds.  With her free audio, How I Changed The Way I Dated and Got The Man," she launched her Statistics Be Darned campaign.  And she's on the move!  May 29, 2015 at 12 noon, she will be hosting a Google Hangout On Air with guest, Alicia Randolph of Randolph Consulting.  June will commence her ENOUGH Virtual Workshop.  Says Vearnon, "Inspired messages, relationship books and talking help.  But that only takes us so far.  Love is a contact sport.  Nothing is going to happen if we sit on the sidelines or keep getting hurt and licking our wounds."  My job is to coach these women so they can play the game and win!

Touted as the best in inspirational coaches and described as her own business conglomerate, Vearnon is a force to be reckoned with.  "I know it's going to take some time to counteract the lies that women have bought into.  Just the same, there's absolutely no reason why smart, accomplished, self-actualized women should be disparaged in this way.  Not when I'm proof positive that it's simply not true!"  And with that, she greets her husband with a big kiss and gives us a wink.

Suzette R. Vearnon

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Statistics Be Darned!

posted May 8, 2015, 8:55 AM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated May 8, 2015, 9:20 AM ]

Newly Married 55-Year-Old Defies Statistics

Despite statistics that said otherwise, Suzette Vearnon, known as Author Suzette R. Hinton, married the love of her life on her 55th birthday. She is releasing a new *free* audio, "How I Changed The Way I Dated and Got The Man."

Love after 50

"Love after 50"
PRLog - May 7, 2015 - RALEIGH, N.C. -- "Statistics be darned," shouts the newly married Suzette Vearnon, known to the literary world as G-spot Author, Suzette R. Hinton.  Rattling off the most often quoted statistic, " Women over 40 are 'more likely to be killed by a terrorist' than find a husband," with a raised eyebrow and an irreverent head toss, the 55-year-old Mrs. Vearnon shared, "When I decided to start dating again, I made a decision.  I decided I didn't need everybody, just the right somebody."

And with that as her rallying cry, this woman over 40 squared her shoulders and marched into a landscape unlike one she had ever known.  Cell phones, texting, sexting were not part of the dating landscape in her day.  "It was very overwhelming," says this self-proclaimed Suzette of All Trades and Master of All of Them.  "When I asked my girlfriends--who were more familiar with the dating world--for advice, their outlook was so different from mine."

Nevertheless, there was something about online dating that she found intriguing. "Scarier than anything was putting up my profile.  Though folks tell me I look young for my age, the gray hair and undereye puffiness gave me away," says this drum major for authenticity.  "I ain't gon lie.  I tried to put up pictures where the lighting was good.  After a while, though, I decided that any man interested in me should know what he's getting."

And yes, despite all the thousands of younger, prettier and more accomplished women on the popular dating site, she got the man.  "It's been 4 months now," says Vearnon who, with just the mere thought of her husband, lights up like a Christmas tree. "If you count dating, it's been 4 years and 4 months", she clarifies.  "We dated our way to the altar and every single day since has gotten better and better."

So how did this African American woman with the statistics stacked against her find love?  She gives us a glimpse in her new audio, "How I Changed The Way I Dated And Got The Man."  With the story of how they met and insights that show a real grasp on the topic, Vearnon decodes the complexities that have left many women frustrated and disenchanted with dating.

Says Vearnon who adds that she is not a love guru or relationship expert, "The Universe wants to love you.  That's not changed by this lightning-speed world we live in.  No matter how young or how old, whether your notion of dating is a man coming calling (an old Southern tradition) or a Skype chat with someone who lives in another state, Love will find you if you're open."

When asked what her highest hope is for her newfound sense of purpose evident in her free audio and upcoming virtual workshop titled ENOUGH, she replied with introspective clarity, "I know that what happened for me, and I repeat for me, though it's nothing short of a miracle in my eyes, didn't just appear with a cloud of smoke.  I had to put myself out there.  Not the banging-my-head-against-the-same-brick-wall way but the I'm-looking-for-a-healthy-relationship-with-a-man way."

And it worked.

To contact Suzette or to listen to/download her free audio, go to her website:

Suzette Vearnon

Author Brings G-spot To Mount Peace Book Club

posted Nov 23, 2014, 8:46 AM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Nov 23, 2014, 9:00 AM ]

Left to right: D. McNair, S. Hinton, T. Pollard, B. Dolby, W. Williams
 - Nov. 23, 2014 - RALEIGH, N.C. -- If you thought this year's Mount Peace Book Club Family and Friends Day was going to be the same as last year, guess again.  Life Coach and Author Suzette Hinton burst on the scene with her new book, Protecting Your Emotional G-spot.  This was totally unexpected for those who were familiar with her first book, The Sound of My Life.

Explains Hinton, "This book is one of two books written at the same time.  The Sound of My Soulis the sequel to the first where the soul behind the life is revealed.  Protecting Your Emotional G-spot, definitely the more provocative of the two, has the same DNA.  It tells the truth. By doing so it allows us to get honest and find solutions to our struggles."

Invited by Book Club President, Maudine Harrington, Hinton was featured with four other phenomenal local authors:  Brandy Dolby, Delanda McNair, Dr Wanda Williams and the only novelist in the group, Titus Pollard.  As Hinton described her books, Harrington was quick to interject, "I have all of her books!"

Lest the men in the club felt left out by the book's title, Hinton added, "You might not have a G-spot, but you men have a He-spot.  So, I've included you too."

Under the able leadership of visionary Pastor J. Vincent Terry Sr., D.D., this growing group of readers have found community and purpose as part of the 2500+ membership of Mount Peace Baptist Church located at the intersection of Raleigh Blvd and Martin Luther King Blvd.  For many, it has been a discovery of a love they didn't think they could have.

Says HL Curry, Deacon and Book Club member, "It's important that our children see us [men] read too.  We can't expect them to do it if we don't.  That's the way we grow."

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