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#10 – Making a Good Relationship Better with Dr. Peter Lynn

There is nothing I love more than talking about how to make good relationships GREAT!

I’m thrilled to have author and marriage educator, Dr. Peter Lynn on Doing Relationships Right today!

This episode is filled with fantastic ideas and techniques to help make a marriage work; practical examples and take-aways that one can use daily. Actionable advice to enrich and sustain marriages, this episode is perfect for anyone in a relationship, looking to get married or already married.

My guest is Dr. Peter Lynn, co-author of the book Not a Partnership: Why We Keep Getting Marriage Wrong & How We Can Get it Right. Dr. Peter Lynn has served as Dean of Students at the David Robinson Institute for Jewish Heritage since its inception. An MA in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania and a PsyD in Human and Organizational Psychology, Peter lectures at Touro College in Jerusalem.

He is also the Founder and Director of Greatness Within Seminars, where he helps empower individuals and organizations through the application of Positive Psychology. An accomplished athlete and Ironman finisher, Peter was captain of the U.S. World Duathlon Team. Peter lives in Jerusalem with his family.


  1. Dr. Lynn explains why the book is entitled “Not A Partnership”

  2. Why does the world need another Marriage Book?

  3. Dr. Lynn explains the “3 Paradigm Changes” that define a marriage $ What are the “4 Pillars of Giving?

  4. Why are they important for a Successful Partnership?

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Show notes:

[2:40] On Dr. Peter’s book: Not A Partnership

[5:18] Nurturing your relationship with your spouse

[6:24] People often run to another relationship thinking that it’s going to be better

[8:13] 3 paradigms