The Perfect Catch with Christine Baumgartner

Christine Baumgartner

Christine is a renowned relationship coach who has worked with Dr. John Gray at AskMarsVenus.com and who brings to her practice more than 25 years as a dating counselor and wedding planner. Her work guiding brides and couples through one of the most emotional and stressful situations of their lives inspired her to focus on what happens before marriage. Her coaching includes the knowledge gained from her own dating experiences which prompted her to create a system that includes:

1. Building a profile to attract the perfect person for you (even if you aren’t going to use on-line dating).

2. Surefire ways to have a great first-date.

3. A process to uncover your personal blocks and successfully release them.

4. And so much more. 

 

She knows the system works because it led her to meet her husband Tony whom she married in 2007. The Perfect Catch was a perfect “marriage” of her life experiences and talents. 

 

An accomplished speaker, Christine enjoys bringing humor to her presentations and helping people see the lighter side of dating and relationships. “While sometimes in the middle of a challenging relationship situation it may feel as complicated as brain surgery, it’s not, even if you are, or are married to a brain surgeon,” she says. 

 

Christine works with her clients to clearly define their core wants and needs from a partner. She has found that learning this helps to move them past personal road blocks.

 

Christine is deeply committed to supporting successful singles who are ready to have a loving partner in their lives and are willing to tackle what may be keeping that loving relationship away. She is delighted to be sharing some of her insights with the BoomerReviews.com community!

 

Visit Christine's site at http://theperfectcatch.com

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