How to save your relationship with Lee Baucom

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Podcast Overview:

Dr. Lee Baucom of SaveTheMarriage.com has spent 25 years coaching, and he has some interesting things to say about helping couples stay together.

Among the things we cover in this episode: how to try and pull your partner back in if they’ve given up, who not to talk to when you’re having problems, and concrete action steps on what you can do to save your marriage or relationship.

Dr. Lee knows a lot and there was a lot covered in this episode!

Dr. Lee Baucom’s Bio:

Dr. Lee Baucom became disenchanted with the efficiency of traditional psychotherapy just as he was finishing his Ph.D. and training.  He began to expand his approach at that time, 25 years ago, to include coaching, paradigm theory, community building, and mindfulness.Dr. Baucom expanded his expertise into the new fields of resilience and positive psychology.  Since, Dr. Baucom has worked to help couples and individuals have thriving lives and relationships.Now, Dr. Baucom refers to himself as a “Thriveologist,” admitting he could also do a better job of thriving.  After suffering a life-threatening illness, Dr. Baucom realized he needed to make important shifts in his own life.

Dr. Baucom is the creator of several online programs designed to save marriages and relationships, has authored a best-selling book on marriage, has created several videos on dealing with stress, and shares 2 podcasts each week, one on relationships and one on thriving.

Dr. Baucom is married, with 2 children.  In his spare time, Dr. Baucom trail runs, paddle boards, and scuba dives.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

SaveTheMarriage.com – Dr. Lee’s main site.

The Love Lab – Dr. John Gottman’s “site for numerous studies on marriage, gay and lesbian couples, transition to parenthood, domestic violence, parenting and child development.”

SaveTheMarriageBlog.com – Dr. Lee’s blog

Thriveology.com – Dr. Lee’s other site

Episode Transcript

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