About Me

I am a guy who loves helping people.  Yea, I know, it sort of sounds corny or self-serving.

But, I have always been that guy. I have always been interested in finding solutions for men and women who have struggled in their romantic relationships.

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My name is Chris Seiter.  I am a relationship consultant.  

But really, what is a title except just some words, right?  We all seem conditioned to classify people and put them into nice tidy little packages.

The truth is that we are all something much more than what others think we are. And often there are things we are still discovering about ourselves.

Indeed,  I am sure there are aspects of myself that I don’t fully comprehend. I bet you have things that makes you…..you, that perhaps you even don’t  know yet about yourself.

And I am talking some good stuff….like resolve, resilience, and adaptability.

If you are struggling with relationship woes, those attributes will serve you well.  Take some of those great qualities you already possess and integrate some of the things I can teach you here (and elsewhere on my other websites), then you have every opportunity to lift yourself up to a better place.

What Else Should You Know About Me!

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I like to advise people about their relationships.  As a Relationship Coach I seek to help people everyday and am fortunate to literally have millions of visitors that visit my websites.  

But I also enjoy making the speaking rounds and have appeared on many, many podcasts as well as produced hundreds of my own.

By the way, I neglected to tell you more about my three complimentary websites.  Starting with where you are now, they include….




Feel free to check them out.  The content is all original and free.  It is updated weekly with posts, videos, and podcasts.

And my team and I love it when you weigh in with your comments.

So now you know a little about me!

But I am more than just a guy who dispenses of relationship advice!

I am a son, a husband, a father, a lover, a friend, a movie buff, a philosopher, a sports enthusiast, an executive planner, and a dishwasher (yep….I am that too). 

I have come to learn it is important to share in the duties of the household, just as we should all share in helping ourselves, our relationship partner, and each other.

To that end, I recently started a Private Facebook Group for people seeking to recover from a breakup which you can learn more about about at my website exboyfriendrecovery.com

My academic background is in the Humanities.

What can I say….I like humans!

I received my Associate’s Degree from San Jacinto College.  University of Houston is the college I attended when I pursued my Bachelor’s of Arts Degree.

I have for years been fascinated by relationships and all of the things that affect relationships, including biology, sociology, psychology, and the impact social media has on our relationships.

I help people with figuring things out when it comes to romantic opportunities and heartbreak.  I also work with individuals or couples to optimize their relationship.

Interestingly enough, sometimes going through a breakup, separation or divorce can lead to an amazing individual journey.  I guess I am a “glass half full” kind of guy in a big way.

I enjoy my work immensely and I love it when I get feedback from my readers. Your contributions and insights are instrumental in helping me modify and improve my own insights and philosophy around all things about relationships. 

I really don’t know why I am drawn to this field.  I never really thought of my interest in this field as a “calling”.  

It just seems natural and intriguing. It does make me feel good when I can help someone.  I guess it’s coded into my DNA to help people make the right connections!

And if I can make a living at it and literally help millions of people, I see it as a big Win-Win!

I have learned over and over again, that the heart is an incredibly resilient thing. If you have endured a relationship setback, you may feel broken right now.

Just know that will change. You will get better and with the right frame of mind, you will learn incredibly valuable life lessons.  

As I mentioned earlier, I own and operate two of the largest “get your ex back” sites.  In  developing these websites, I have sought to provide more than just some simple advice.  My posts are well researched and lengthy, just as they are here at this website.

And that is the way it should be.  After all,  when it comes to relationships, nothing is simple.  Hence, I strive to look at relationship solutions in a holistic manner.

As I “grow” this site (i.e. MyMarriageHelper.com), I intend to take the same approach as with my original two websites.

I like to offer a lot of free advice in the form of lengthy articles.  That is why so many of my website visitors are “returning visitors”.  I like that and you seems to enjoy the content.  

I like it when you return to the site, not because it makes me feel “popular”. That is really all just stupid ego stuff.  

I like it when my website visitors come back again and again because I know they stand a much greater chance of success if they are open to soaking up some knowledge.

I take this same attitude and apply it to all of my eBooks which are currently available on my “Ex recovery websites“.   My philosophy with my ebooks is to seek to give people outstanding content and advice.  Make it better than anything they can get on my websites or anywhere else.  Make it interesting, funny, and offer actionable solutions.

So if you like what you read on any of my sites and are interested in any of my books, I am sure you will find them.

Before I go, let me leave you with one last thought.

We all have to remember that there is no such thing as the perfect relationship.

While some couples end up being more compatible for a number of reasons, our quest for the perfect marriage or the ideal boyfriend or girlfriend is largely a figment of our active imaginations.

Don’t get me wrong.  We should all shoot for the stars.  Aim high. Seek to continuously improve upon what you have now.

Just know that it takes work to improve the union.  And I find most couples are willing to invest in their relationship and improvements can be realized.

But if things don’t work out as well as expected….as well as you hoped, it should never be considered a failure.

You can always learn and grow and even pivot as may be needed to another experience.

And your journey though life can take you to many places that are full of exciting opportunities and fulfillment.