Christine Hassler Wiki: Age, Possible Married Life Of The Woman Who Picked Herself Up Bravely Amid Catastrophe
The multi-talented personality Christine Hassler has a number of best-selling books in her name. Christine Hassler, the author of the book Expectation Hangover, has a very inspirational personal life.
Christine left her successful job as a Hollywood agent at the age of twenty-five to pursue a life she could be passionate about. She revealed the fact through a tweet that said,
Christine currently has a successful professional career, but her love life is something which has allowed her to enjoy the roller-coaster ride of her life. She is a woman who picked herself up bravely amid catastrophe. Today, let’s have a look at her roller-coaster love life along with her family details.
Christine Hassler’s unsuccessful love life
Who wouldn’t love to enjoy a successful professional career and a blissful love life at the same time? However, not every people are blessed with a loving and understanding partner who remains with them in their good and bad times.
Though the co-host and relationship expert on TLC’s The Spouse House Christine has a successful professional career, she has experienced a bitter love life. If you follow Christine, then you have known about her unsuccessful dating affairs and engagement.
Well, if you are still unknown about her personal life then let us help you acquaint with the matter.
Christine Hassler has revealed about her unsuccessful love life in her bio, inside the title “My Journey to “I Do.” She was first set to get married on July 17th of 2004, but her fiancé called off their engagement seven months before their wedding. She recalls-
“He simply said, “I love you but I don’t want to marry you.” We both were crying, but he seemed relieved whereas I was devastated.”
A failed engagement wasn’t an end to Christine’s love life. She then got married to Chris February 19th, 2006. Talking about her wedding with Chris, she said-
“I get tears in my eyes as I recall walking down the aisle to greet my future husband who loves me back with the same intensity I feel inside toward him.”
Christine first met Chris at a party through her friend Jodi. Chris then asked Christine’s number, called her and set a date. A year after Chris caught Christine’s attention at the bar, he proposed her in the most romantic way. Talking about the magical moment, Christine said-
“I said “yes” but this time, it was different. I was not only saying yes to him, I was saying yes to me with him. Part of my journey to finding the soulmate to spend my life with was the lesson my soul needed to learn from my break-up.”
Well, we have come to know that Christine is currently single. While Christine is not spotted with any ring on her ring finger, a viewer of The Spouse House asked her about her relationship status on Twitter earlier this year in August.
Christine then replied the tweet by saying she doesn’t have a ring, as she is currently not married.
We must agree on the fact that Christine has faced many hurdles in her life and is inspired by her unexpected challenges and experiences. Well, her roller-coaster journey was indeed her destination.
Popular as the host of a top-rated podcast on the Podcast One Network “Over it and On with it,” Christine isn't shy at all to flaunt her love towards her nephew. She has been sharing different pictures with her nephew, but here is one of the cute pictures of them.
The keynote speaker Christine, who has a distinctive insight and access into the minds and hearts of many people, loves spending time with her family and friends in Austin, Texas.
According to the wiki, Christine leads different seminars and workshops around the country. She has spoken to over 100,000 people at conferences, personal growth events, colleges and corporations.
She has also made an appearance as an expert on CNN, The Today Show, FOX, ABC, CBS, PBS, E!, Style and even in a number of local television and radio shows.
While making an appearance as an expert, Christine presented her idea in life balance and Expectation Hangovers, generation diversity, leadership, millennials, and resilience.