Navigating Love and Romance in the Digital Age -

With relationship expert Susan Winter

Love has become increasingly hard to find, and keep, in today’s world. The technology designed to connect us has created an unintended disconnect. Dating apps and social media augment our sense of separation from others. This separation has given birth to ghosting, bread crumbing, catfishing, and a multitude of new terms used to describe the bad behavior we currently see in dating and mating.

How does one establish (and maintain) a healthy relationship in today’s environment? What are the rules? Are there rules? And if so, what are the ‘best practices’ for creating love and romance?

These are the questions leading relationship expert Susan Winter will be answering in this interactive discussion on love, dating and partnership. We encourage you to bring your questions, stories, and thoughts to this lively presentation.

About Susan Winter:
Susan Winter is a leading relationship expert and love coach who has helped over 5,000 people find, and keep, love. With over 12 MILLION views on YouTube and 20 years experience, Susan is an internationally recognized thought leader in her field. A bestselling author (Older Women/Younger Men, and Allowing Magnificence), Susan speaks and coaches on dating issues, relationship challenges, and personal empowerment. Her unique understanding of human relationships eliminates confusion as it guides her clients to successful outcomes.
Susan’s 300+ media credits include: THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW, THE TODAY SHOW, GOOD MORNING AMERICA, ABC/CBS/NBC EVENING NEWS, CNN, BBC, COSMO, HARPERS BAZAAR, PEOPLE, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, THE LONDON TIMES, and THE NEW YORK TIMES. In radio, Susan is a frequent guest on NPR, BBC, ABC, and CBS NEWS. Her podcast, The Susan Winter Show, can be heard on iHeartRadio and iTunes.

Susan has an extensive background in communications. She is a former Opera singer, an On-Camera Spokeswoman for over 200 of the Fortune 500 companies, and Host of Corporate Profiles on FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK (now CNBC).