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Lee Wilson (also known as Coach Lee) is an American relationship coach. He is best known as the founder of MyExBackCoach.com. In addition to being a relationship coach, Wilson is also a best-selling author.

Lee Wilson has worked closely with relationship educators and authors including Joe Beam, who founded Marriage Helper.[1]

Early life

Wilson grew up in the southern United States and moved to Nashville, Tennessee after college. He studied theology, and worked at a marriage guidance company after his university studies.[2]

Career

Starting in the early 2000s, Wilson began working with a nonprofit marriage-enrichment organization as a writer. He attended and gained certifications from the organization on marriage coaching and after a terminal illness of one of their consultants, was promoted to the position of marriage consultant.[2]

In 2017, Wilson founded the website MyExBackCoach.com. The website was highly successful, and was featured in many magazines, newpapers, and television shows around the world.[3]

As of 2018, about 4,000 people annually consult Wilson on how to reunite with partners that they had recently broken up with.[4][2][2][5]

Wilson also coaches some of his clients on the concept of limerence, a term coined by American psychologist Dorothy Tennov.[6]

Strategy

Among the wide variety of strategies that Wilson uses, one of his core principles is to not appear overly desperate to win back the other person.[7][8] Using these strategies, his estimated success rate for his clients is 55-75 percent, a relatively impressive success rate given the various difficult cases that relationship counselors usually have to deal with.[2][9]

Clients

Wilson's clients have included various notable clients, ranging from celebrities to athletes and even psychotherapists.[10] Other well-known clients have included musicians, politicians, authors, publishing companies, film companies, and others.[11]

He has an international clientale that is not only limited to the United States, but also includes the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, and many other countries.[2]

Media

Wilson has appeared on many notable media outlets, incuding Elite Daily, Cosmopolitan Magazine, AskMen, The Today Show, Business Insider, Reuters, USA Weekly,[12] The Sun, Bravo TV and various others.[10]

References

  1. ^ Lee Wilson: Dating Coach. YourTango.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Cliff, Martha. Could this man help YOU win back your ex? Married father-of-two rakes in hundreds of thousands of dollars a year helping lovelorn singles reunite with the ones who got away. Daily Mail. 13 November 2018.
  3. ^ Beningfield, Jamie. Could This Man Help You Win Back Your Ex? Married Father Says He Can. Brain Sharper. March 13, 2019.
  4. ^ Clark, Lauren. Dad who has devoted his life to helping people win back their ex says anyone can do it, and these are his top tips. The Sun. October 14, 2019.
  5. ^ Abernethy, Laura. Man makes thousands of pounds teaching people how to manipulate their ex into getting back together. Metro. 13 Nov 2018.
  6. ^ Wilson, Lee. What is limerence? April 9, 2019.
  7. ^ Henderson, Callum. Meet the 'Ex Coach' who claims he can get anyone back together with their ex. VT. November 14, 2018.
  8. ^ Lee Wilson. Muckrack.
  9. ^ Wilson, Lee. Been Dumped? 3 Questions For This Real-Life ‘Hitch’ Who Can Help You Get Your Ex Back! Vixen Daily.
  10. ^ a b About Coach Lee Wilson. Myexbackcoach.com.
  11. ^ Lee Wilson: Founder of MyExBackCoach.com. Ideamensch.com. May 25, 2018.
  12. ^ Banking On Breakups: Coach Lee Wilson Thrives In Unusual Niche. USA Weekly. July 1, 2019.

External links

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Professional sites