Loading Events


Sixth & I

Bethenny Frankel

In Conversation with Sophie Gilbert

Jun 1, 2015 • 7:30 pm ET
  • This event has passed.

*This program does not include a book signing. All books will be pre-signed by Frankel. Instead, following the program, there will be an opportunity to have your picture taken with Frankel. Click here for your photo.

The natural foods chef, four-time New York Times best-selling author, reality TV star, self-made businesswoman, and mom who has been named one of the Top 100 Most Powerful Celebrities by Forbes magazine is good at many things, but when it comes to relationships, Bethenny is the first to admit that she has had many failures. The good news is, in working through the mistakes, she has learned many things about what she doesn’t want, won’t accept, and shouldn’t settle for.

Filled with a mix of candid personal stories and the no-nonsense advice she’s known for, I Suck at Relationships So You Don’t Have To: 10 Rules for Not Screwing Up Your Happily Ever After is the next step on Bethenny’s A Place of Yes journey. She takes a deep look at her own dating and relationship history and gets to the heart of the mistakes women make and what it takes to find and sustain a meaningful connection.

Despite all her relationship disasters, Bethenny remains an optimist and still believes in love. She holds that failure ultimately adds up to something and that in the end, all mishaps are stair steps to a greater success.

Bethenny first came to national attention when she was named first runner-up on NBC’s The Apprentice: Martha Stewart. She is the creator of the low calorie cocktail brand Skinnygirl Cocktails. She recently made her highly anticipated return for season seven of The Real Housewives of New York City. In conversation with Sophie Gilbert, the culture editor at TheAtlantic.com. A native Londoner, she’s written for publications including The Washington Post, The New Republic, and Slate, and she was formerly the arts editor at Washingtonian.

More Info: Author's Website, Facebook, Twitter