To save you some time while googling marriage advice, we thought we’d round up some of our favorite marriage blogs. We’d love to learn about any that we missed or any that you love, comment below with your favorite marriage blogs!
Marriage 365 is run by a husband and wife team, Casey and Meygan Caston. They have a huge instagram following @marriage365 and produce tons of videos and helpful content.
This blog covers a wide array of issues and from a massively practical perspective.
Some of the most recent posts include: What divorced people wished they had done differently (a MUST read), 4 myths about porn that you need to know, and Are you a trustworthy spouse?
The Gottman Institute is a research-based blog. This blog has a wide array of categories to choose from such as: dating, relationships, parenting, conflict, and the Four Horseman.
This blog is based on the content and research of relationship-education giant and pioneer, Dr. John Gottman. Dr. Gottman is world-renowned for his work on marital stability and divorce prediction, John Gottman has conducted 40 years of breakthrough research with thousands of couples.
This blog provides tons of helpful content, it’s definitely worth checking out.
This blog is run by Lisa Kift, MFT. She covers a wide array of topics and posts about all types of relationships as well as emotional health issues. She even answers readers questions in posts.
This blog has tons of content with really great and practical advice.
Some recent posts include: Depressed, anxious, or other? How a supportive partner can help, 5 creative ways to put a spark in your sex life, and Your friends are a predictor of your health.
This blog is primarily run by Amberly. She is a family life educator and offers personal and practical advice about relationships.
This blog has tons of great resources under their resource section like: links to their favorite books, intimacy games, a date night e-book, and a free conversation starter download.
Some of her most recent posts include: 4 ways to learn from other married couples, Super simple date idea—discover a new restaurant together, and 6 tips to make family pictures less painful for your husband.
Ester Perel is one of the most influential psychotherapists. Her New York Times best-selling book, Mating in Captivity, catapulted her to “relationship expert” status. She currently hosts a popular podcast called, “Where should we begin?”.
She explores sexuality and relationship issues on her blog. Some of her recent posts include: How to fix the fights you’re sick of having, Men, women, and sexuality: more similar than different, and Let Go of being the “perfect partner.”
This blog was started by Ryan and Selena to help them as they encountered issues and joys in their own marriage.
This blog has tons of categories and content all from a faith-based perspective! They have a highly popular podcast as well.
Recent posts include: Biblical stewardship and marriage, Is your marriage the “good soil?”, and Control, surrender, your marriage and you.
This blog and podcast was started by husband and wife, Tony and Michelle. They offer such practical insights and resources to encourage you and your marriage.
Recent posts include: How to love your job and keep your marriage, 10 lessons from 10 years of marriage, and is your marriage dead? Or does it just appear that way.
I guess we’re a little biased.
My Love Thinks was started by father-daughter team Dr. John Van Epp and Dr. Morgan Cutlip to provide personal and very practical insights and advice about all types of relationships (i.e. marriage, dating, parenting).
Dr. John Van Epp’s world-renowned relationship education courses have been used by all braches of the military for over 15 years as well as all over the world in universities, high schools, nonprofits, and churches.
However so much of Dr. Van Epp’s material and course content was only available if you attended a live workshop. This need to translate the material so that it could be accessible to everyone was met through the creation of the My Love Thinks blog as well as the creation of My Love Thinks online courses.
The My Love Thinks blog is committed to taking the guess work out of relationships and offering practical solutions to common relationship difficulties.
Recent blog posts include: Sexless marriages: causes and what to do about it, Are you giving too much in your relationship, and How to speak up in your relationship without having a fight.
We’d love to hear from you, what blogs do you love that we missed?