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|C. Price • 10/09/15|
Being a great husband takes a variety of skills, from friend and compatriot, to lover and life partner.
We selected our 10 Best Blogs for Husbands based on the quality of their content and the help they offer men who want to make the most of their family, career, lifestyle and more.
Bragging Rights: the conversation no one else is having
The Good Men Project strives for what it calls “enlightened masculinity” in the 21st century. Founded in 2009 by Tom Matlack, the site works to collect men’s stories about the defining moments in their life and share them with others. It’s all about becoming the better man along the way.
Social Clout: 105,000+ followers, 66,956+likes
Bragging Rights: funny, insightful and always up to date
Paul admits he’s not perfect, but as a daily student of love, marriage and sexuality, he brings readers a thoughtful look at what it means to be male and married in the 21st century at The Generous Husband. He also brings his passion for effective communication to an active community of followers of both grooms and brides.
Social Clout: 2,073+ likes, 1,863+ followers
Bragging Rights: where married men become good husbands
Being married can be a major challenge, one The Good Husband Blog embraces with gusto. Host Jay Higham takes a funny and honest look at how we practice generosity in our hearts and homes. With a strong focus on strengthening marriages and enriching intimacy together, Higham keeps the material light and relatable.
Social Clout: 633+ followers
Bragging Rights: date Ideas that appeal to both partners
In posts like “Crazy Good Sex” and “The Words She Needs to Hear,” I Am Husband gives husbands a clear view of the hazy battleground of matrimony. From an anonymous husband, he uses that concealment to address honest concerns from both sides of the marriage. The best part? There is a lot of emphasis given to maintaining a sense of humor.
Bragging Rights: an inside-out look
Genuine Husband celebrates the institution of marriage and the many cornerstones that can help make it a lasting one. Topics deal with fellowship in the marriage, maintaining patience and understanding the viewpoint of your partner. With an extensive archive, the author examines matrimony through the prisms of religion, family and community.
Bragging Rights: helping husbands become heroes
By Husbands for Husbands features a regular podcast of news and views from husbands interested in creatively romancing their wives while enhancing the marriage overall. With a concierge service to help arrange romantic getaways or even just date night, the site serves as a powerful resource for starter grooms and seasoned vets.
Bragging Rights: not your typical site
At Normal Mormon Husbands, news and views are shared for a very under-appreciated group. Through faith and family, this blog looks for topics and content real husbands can use to strengthen their own family. With an archive dating back to 2006, the author shares his secrets to matrimonial harmony through honesty and openness.
Bragging Rights: insights on love from a male perspective
The Respected Husband is the companion blog to The Peaceful Wife. Here the groom offers his take on keeping things light and lively after many years together. Content looks closely at the choices and standards that often separate spouses and how to overcome these differences through discussion. Bonus: His very active membership offers regular feedback.
Bragging Rights: a story of faith, hope and miracles
From Nate Lawrenson comes Confessions of a Husband, an honest and compelling look at married life and the challenges that keep it fresh every day. Topics like “First Clinic Day” offer a look at their own life choices and how such decisions work for the entire family. As much personal album as blog, photos and videos complete the picture.
Bragging Rights: understand how humor soothes the journey
The Husband Blog is a fun blog designed around understanding the modern husband, including his plight, goals and how he honors the woman who makes it all possible. From day-to-day chores to remembering those key dates on the calendar, it’s an exercise in love, companionship and mutual respect.
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