Sarah Symonds is a British 30-something blonde who is constantly circum-navigating the enigma of love. She has a distinctive and authentic speaking and writing style, delivered with the same sort of sassy, but breezy, humorous approach rarely seen since Carrie Bradshaw hung up her Manolo Blahniks and retired.
Before changing lanes to become an author in 2004, Sarah had a successful career in international hotel public relations & marketing. This jet-set lifestyle turned out to be an ideal backdrop for some of her real-life experiences, giving her endless material to analyze! Her PR skills have also enabled her to book herself as a guest on some of the biggest television shows in the world.
Her first book, the controversial self-help manual, "Having an Affair? A Handbook for the Other Woman," attracted huge media attention, and unwittingly catapulted her to agony aunt status overnight, making her a real life "Dear Amy."
Symonds has cultivated a massive following of women, all seeking her advice on complex relationships. Her edgy angle of expertise was severely lacking on this topic, making her the, "Talking Head," frequently called upon by the news media to comment when stories break about celebrity marriages being rocked by affairs and sex-scandals.
Sarah speaks with a hard-hitting, straight-talking approach that guarantees a controversial debate wherever she goes, making her a hot property on the talk-show circuit. Her natural on camera ability has made her a favorite on countless international TV and radio talk shows, and in various glossy magazines. Following a groundbreaking appearance on the "Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2008, she has since become a regular fixture on "The Dr. Phil Show," and "Larry King Live," plus "The View," "Dateline NBC," and many others.
Sarah continues to stir the minds of millions of women with questions on how to get out of toxic relationships, as well as how to affair-proof‟ a marriage or move on if you‟ve been the victim of cheating.
Sarah is a natural broadcaster behind the microphone too, with experience cultivated through hosting her own weekly LA radio show about relationships - appropriately named "Between the Sheets" - which she created, launched, wrote and co-produced.
An overwhelming response from women seeking her advice, led her to pioneer a support group, "Mistresses Anonymous," ("MA") which she launched in Los Angeles, attracting women in need, as well as much media, and reality-show interest. Her latest venture "Wife School" educates women on how to prevent - or stop - their husbands cheating on them.
Symonds is a British 30-something blonde who is constantly circum-navigating the enigma of love. She has a distinctive and authentic speaking and writing style, delivered with the same sort of sassy, but breezy, humorous approach rarely seen since Carrie Bradshaw hung up her Manolo Blahniks and retired.