Top 10 Best Sites
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|C. Price • 10/05/15|
Marriage is the end goal for a lot of daters out there, especially those men and women who are tired of playing the field and going on unsuccessful date after unsuccessful date.
Our 10 Best Marriage Blogs offer the best tips for the marriage-minded individuals. Say goodbye to your single days!
Bragging Rights: Living happily ever after
Happy Wives Club is the brainchild of Fawn, a happily devoted wife and president of a busy real estate corporation. The website follows Fawn and her husband Keith and how they continue to keep the fire lit in their marriage. Fawn focuses on the positive side of marriage, and it is her mission to find one million women who, like her, are “living their happily ever after.”
Social Clout: 107,000+ likes, 8,422+ followers
Bragging Rights: A balancing act
Sheila Wray Gregoire is a wife, mother, author, speaker and creator of To Love, Honor and Vacuum, a multifaceted resource that aims to help women be the best wives and mothers they can be. With seven books in her arsenal, Gregoire’s not afraid to talk openly about sex while empowering women through blog posts like “Wifey Wednesday: Why It’s So Hard to Say Yes to Sex.”
Social Clout: 9,423+ likes, 8,342+ followers
Bragging Rights: Restoring the dream of marriage
Founded in 1994 by Jimmy and Karen Evans, Marriage Today coaches couples on how to create rewarding marriages. The couple has more than 25 years of experience teaching through seminars, a monthly magazine and a national television program. The duo shares truths they’ve learned from their own relationship to help make troubled marriages good and good marriages great.
Social Clout: 59,720+ likes, 18,596+ followers
Bragging Rights: Helping relationships thrive
Founded in 2008 by Ashley and Steve McIlwain, Foundation Restoration offers Christ-centered education while striving to have a global impact by promoting the importance of healthy marriages and relationships. The site believes society can be bettered as a whole when marriage is preserved – with a good dose of sex and spirituality, of course.
Social Clout: 2,563+ likes, 1,322+ followers
Bragging Rights: Real advice for real marriages
Started in 1997 by Paul and Lori Byerly, The Marriage Bed offers advice on sex and intimacy for married Christians. From masturbation to infidelity, the website discusses issues that affect all marriages. The Marriage Bed offers real advice from a very real couple. Posts include “Confessions from Wives Who Love Sex” and “Do You Think about Sex Too Much?”
Social Clout: 17,351+ followers, 3,905+ likes
Bragging Rights: Taking action
Corey Allan is the founder of Simple Marriage, a website targeted toward individuals in committed relationships who want to experience more adventure in life and their relationship. Allan believes marriage is a process and a choice, not just a feeling. The site also offers the Simple Marriage University, where individuals can take part in do-it-yourself courses to grow their relationships.
Social Clout: 4,445+ followers, 100+ likes
Bragging Rights: The man and woman’s perspective
The Hubby Diaries follows “One Man. One Woman. Two Completely Different Worlds.” The site lightheartedly shares the myths, truths and quirks about marriage. With recent posts like “My Loving Enabler,” this is the place to come to learn something new about the differences between men and women.
Social Clout: 2,764+ likes, 2,006+ followers
Bragging Rights: Teaching from experience
After six years of marriage, Stu and Lisa Gray hit rock bottom in their relationship. It took the couple a lot of time and energy to strengthen their union and get it back on track. The outcome is Stupendous Marriage, a website launched in April 2011 that features valuable information like a weekly podcast, practical tips and honest conversations focused on a sound and healthy marriage.
Social Clout: 3,003+ followers, 263+ likes
Bragging Rights: It’s about the little things
The Generous Wife is a website dedicated to encouraging women to work on building their marriages. Chock full of personalized tips, creator Lori says the site is a “daily reminder to grow your marriage.” Lori’s blog is the counterpart to her husband Paul’s “Generous Husband” site. Lori teaches readers to focus on the bigger picture of their marriage.
Social Clout: 3,847+ likes, 2,944+ followers
Bragging Rights: Covers every topic
Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo are One Extraordinary Marriage. The couple’s website features podcasts as well as daily, weekly and monthly sex challenges. Focused on creating a dialogue with their audience, the duo covers the gamut from morning breath to in-laws and urges couples to implement little changes into their marriage.
Social Clout: 2,797+ likes, 2,717+ followers
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