Lynn M. Griesemer
Lynn M. Griesemer combines her background in psychology, human resources, writing, speaking and leadership to bring you a multi-faceted perspective. Happily married for over 25 years, she currently serves as a Marriage Coach and is committed to helping you make your marriage great. She is the author of "Reenergize Your Marriage in 21 Days." (2011) www.marriagecoachlynn.com
Lynn writes a monthly column for a community newspaper and is host of the weekly internet radio program, “Your Marriage Matters.” (blogtalkradio.com/marriagecoachlynn).
Lynn is an internationally known author and considered a leader / advocate of the controversial childbirth choice, "unassisted homebirth," (giving birth intentionally without a doctor or midwife). Her first book, Unassisted Homebirth: An Act of Love was published in 1998. Your Body, Your Birth: Secrets for a Satisfying and Successful Birth (2007) is a motivational and inspirational childbirth CD. www.unassistedhomebirth.com
She also created public speaking programs for children from ages 10-18, most notably Speaking Made Easy: A Public Speaking Program for Middle School Students and Speak Up! A Public Speaking Program for Young Adults. www.bobgriesemer.com
Lynn M. Griesemer has a B.A. from Boston University and M.S. from Chapman University. She is a former Army Officer, Human Resources Manager and Homeschool Mom. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband Bob and six children and can be reached at email@example.com.
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Boston University, B.A. in Psychology
Chapman University, M.S. in HRMD (Human Resources Management and Development)
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Reenergize Your Marriage in 21 Days
by Lynn M. Griesemer
Reenergize Your Marriage in 21 Days may be the most important book you read this year! Experience improved communication techniques, stronger friendship with your spouse, gratitude and admiration for your partner, greater intimacy and closeness, simple, new ideas you can incorporate into your marriage. "If couples adopt just one exercise, they can benefit from this program." –Kristine
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