Marriage is one of the hottest topics. From books and magazines to internet sources, people are looking for answers to the questions they have about relationships. Couples want to know how to have a healthy and sustainable marriage. Here are 25 of the top blogs on having a sustainable and exciting marriage.
RelationshipVision is an online training resource designed to help those who are facing various relationship struggles.
Daniel A. Linder does this with 30 years of research and incorporates his understanding basic relationship principles, communication skills, self-realization, and intimacy.
Co-founder Taye Bela Corby encourages women to experience more passion, presence, and feel more confident. Both Linder and Corby incorporate their own personal experiences into their teachings, which is part of what makes their curriculum so powerful and life-changing.
This is an insightful resource headed by the Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT, a practicing therapist specializing in individual and couples therapist in San Francisco.
The Love and Life Toolbox focuses on the importance of emotional health in relation to the quality of your marriage.
This site is a great too for those in or out of relationships, and emphasizes the areas of marriage and relationships, emotional health and counseling.
With the tagline of Sex & Marriage by God’s Design, this blog focuses on how healthy Christian marriages thrive by engaging in sex in the way that God intended.
Author J. Parker blogs 3 times a week on topics pertaining to intimacy and questions that married Christian couples have.
Katie writes about marriage, as well. But two paragraphs into her welcome statement and it’s obvious that she is gifted as a writer and will stand out from the crowd.
This is her blog about her marriage to her husband Chris, touching on topics from marriage to miscellaneous fun stuff.
The largest independent African American marriage and parenting site on the web.
This blog is geared towards the particular struggles faced by African American couples. On this site Lamar and Ronnie Tyler share the joys and struggles of married life with the world.
Relationship Blackbook is a dating and marriage blog for women featuring articles that offer step by step solutions to common relationship issues. This blog was created to help women create relationships with men, keep a man interested, and sustain existing relationships.
This blog is geared toward helping women get into healthy and happy relationships by using simple strategies that last a lifetime.
Fierce Marriage is written by Ryan and Selena Frederick, who are in their 11th year of marriage. It’s a blog about their ups and downs as a couple, and they focus on helping their readers cultivate a Christ-centered marriage.
There is even a 30-day couple’s devotional offered to those who are interested.
The Happy Wives Club is a USA Today and New York Times Best Seller. Fawn Weaver founded the club, which has grown to more than a million women in over 110 countries.
Fawn’s goal was to prove that the popular idea that all marriages are miserable is a lie, and that there are happy wives out there who are living as a part of a wonderful marriage.
Life on the Ropes is written by the former author of The Newlywed Notebook.
Lindsay writes about life as a mother, life as a wife, and even writes in her blog about her discovery that her husband wasn’t “the one”, but she still chooses every day to choose him as her husband.
This insightful blog focuses on “making marriage a priority through every aspect of life.”
Amberly writes intuitive blogs asking deep questions that portray marriage in a realistic light.
At Prioritized Marriage they believe that if you want a strong marriage you have to work on it every day!
This is a blog written for people in all stages of life.
Rich and Celeste live in Iowa with their three children.
A Thing Called Love is Celeste’s blog that was inspired by her grief over all the unhappy marriages she was hearing about.
She decided to start a blog about her experiences in marriage and hopes to inspire a community of people who are wanting to walk out married life together.
The Romantic Vineyard is a site full of great ideas for husbands and for wives.
There are ideas for all sorts of holidays, from Christmas to Labor Day, and date night questions to keep the conversation flowing. Debi Walter has been married for 36 years and uses this blog to encourage and inspire couples.
Written by Shana Breshanan, this blog deals with her experience as a semi-newlywed.
Mrs. Breshanan talks to wives from the perspective of a wife. She writes to help married women learn from each other’s stories, when it comes to everything from courtship to married life, to sex and pregnancy.
The National Healthy Marriage Resource Center is one of the more exciting places to visit for info and help when it comes to marriage.
With blog posts of various topics pertaining to relationships and marriages, as well as a list of educators with resources in different specialties, there is lots of helpful info for those with questions concerning marriage.
The NHMRC also caters to Spanish speakers!
A simple, poignant blog with topics that many couples are asking,
Assume Love is a site that has been going for over 10 years. Author Patty Newbold describes herself as a widow who got it right the second time, and shares her experiences with those who have questions regarding the everyday struggles that present themselves during a marriage.
There are lots of marriage blogs out there. These are some of the most powerful and inspiring, If you are married and are experiencing some sort of tension within your relationship with your spouse, give these resources a try. They are written to inspire and to help you have the most fulfilling marriage possible!