10 Best Relationship Blogs

C. Price
C. Price
June 26, 2013

After months or years of dating, it’s the best feeling in the world when you finally meet someone you can have a relationship with.

Our 10 Best Relationship Blogs are riding that high with you and love sharing their stories of triumph, love and more!

Science of Relationshipsscienceofrelationships.com

Bragging Rights: Love=Mc2

A funny and intentionally clinical approach to the jungle of relationships, Science of Relationships comes from the perspective of five psychologists and their awesome guest bloggers. Articles like “Do People Get Better Looking When the Bar is About to Close?” bring a scrutinized view to often stale subjects.

Social Clout: 4,201+ likes, 711+ followers

URL: http://www.scienceofrelationships.com/

My Pixie Blogmypixieblog.com

Bragging Rights: Love, Loss and Lessons Learned

Embracing love, overcoming loss and moving forward are the goals of My Pixie Blog. Created by a funny and thoughtful woman named Charlotte, this relationship blog dishes out advice that’s often as much about loving food as it is about loving men. Important factors like honesty, patience and realistic relationship goals are all explored in a unique and honest way.

Social Clout: 1,734+ followers, 175+ likes

URL: http://mypixieblog.com/

Realistic Relationshipsrealisticrelationships.com

Bragging Rights: “Stop the miseducation”

Realistic Relationships is a site created by Guy Blews, a relationship expert who once thought if he wasn’t married with children by 30, then something was wrong with him. Blews, the author of “Marriage & How to Avoid It,” believes in relationships, but he strives to provide people with an alternative look into what a relationship can be. Trust us, he has strong opinions about every dating subject.

Social Clout: 7,821+ followers, 72+ likes

URL: http://www.realisticrelationships.com/

Love in 90 Dayslovein90days.com

Bragging Rights: Love is just around the corner

Dr. Diana Kirschner’s “Love in 90 Days” blog offers a road map through the pitfalls of relationships in the digital age. The psychologist and bestselling author speaks her mind on a variety of topics geared toward the female experience, such as “How Darlene Got Over Her Narcissistic Ex” and “Dating Success Over 40.”

Social Clout: 16,661+ likes, 1,607+ followers

URL: http://lovein90days.com/

Love Relationship Coachingloverelationshipcoach.com

Bragging Rights: An extraordinary love, an extraordinary life

Lyndra Antonson brings her viewpoint and advice to both those in a committed relationship and those who are still seeking one. Content like “Life Lessons From Our Dog” brings a new approach to discussing love and loyalty, and tips for “How Your Self-Confidence Can Make or Break Your Relationship” offer tightly-focused advice and confidence-building techniques.

Social Clout: 710+ followers, 330+ likes

URL: http://www.loverelationshipcoach.com/


Bragging Rights: Blogging – a woman’s way

BlogHer brings a more mature and focused angle with sharp content, including “Striking The Balance Between ‘Me’ and ‘We.’” With a steady stream of interesting columnists, like Awkward Girl in the City and a roster of BlogHer moms, the site strikes a nice balance between dating then and dating now. Which approach will you take?

Social Clout: 73,760+ followers, 32,799+ likes

URL: http://www.blogher.com/

Project Happily Ever Afterprojecthappilyeverafter.com

Bragging Rights: Everyone can have a happy ending

Alisa Bowman’s blog offers a wide selection of articles on dating, though the main focus is landing Mr.Right and keeping him. A lot of the focus is also placed on marriage, where readers can turn to a five-year archive of information on everything from first date jitters to building serious trust. Getting the relationship you want is worth kissing a lot of frogs.

Social Clout: 5,905+ followers, 1,536+ likes

URL: http://www.projecthappilyeverafter.com/

Seriously Maybeseriously-maybe.com

Bragging Rights: What men really think 

SeriouslyMaybe makes no bones about it, they offer “a look at relationships from the subjective male’s perspective,” with sections on cheating, playing the field and pet peeves. Sex is widely covered but not the overriding focus. There’s always a simple and stylish approach to every discussion, especially in articles like “The Biology of Bad Boys.”

Social Clout: 200+ likes, 47+ followers


Relationship Repairrelationshiprepair.net

Bragging Rights: Building strong relationships

With a sharp focus on commitment and growing romantic partnerships, the advice on Relationship Repair ranges from how to be honest while dating, to choosing love over fear. The experts also offer guidance for breaking up when the end has arrived and avoiding a clingy relationship. Whatever it is you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it here.

URL: http://www.relationshiprepair.net/

Improving Relationshipsimprovingrelationships.blogspot.com

Bragging Rights: The funny side of relationships

Susan Derry and Dallas Munholm offer ponderings on love – with a flare for the funny. Serious thought is given to every blog post, including how to criticize your partner with finesse and de-cluttering your relationship. The life coaches also explore the benefits of seeking counseling and learning to forgive.

URL: http://improvingrelationships.blogspot.com/

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    Thanks for the list. For some reason Google does not show up the good blogs when you search for them. I will bookmark this one.

    I have been married for almost 8 years , 4 years ago I left my husband and got involved with another man who I fell in love with but yet I still felt like I could not let go of my husband and he never did divorce me during this time while I was moved out. I moved back last year after trying to go to counseling my husband went one time and wouldn’t go back, basically wanted no part of it. So since this time I have been unhappy, I need some advice what would you do in my shoes ? If you knew you had a man that would love you and care for you and yet you lived with a man who acts like he could care less?

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