Make Love, Not Debthttp://www.makelovenotdebt.com/
With special emphasis on handling financial issues in romantic relationships, Make Love, Not Debt offers regular posts on the money issues that come up for dating and married couples. Past posts include deciding whether or not to purchase life insurance together and how to budget for a happy relationship during tough financial times.
Larry James has been a full-time professional speaker, author, and relationship coach since 1987. His blog has great relationship advice and will help you to determine which relationships are worth saving, how to save them, and when it's best to let go.
Marriage Counseling: Relationship Advicehttp://marriagecounselingknoxville.com/relationship-advice-blog
This relationship clinic may charge a fee for in-person services, but its frequently informative blog posts are free for the taking.
How to Fix a Relationshiphttp://www.howtofixrelationship.com/relationship-blog.html
Is your relationship broken? Do you fear that the love has been lost? This blog will tell you how to restore love and fix a relationship. More specific topics covered on the blog include how to get your ex back, why men and women cheat, jealousy in relationships, and relationships without sex.
Erwan Davon has taught thousands of singles and couples how to have exceptional romantic relationships over the last 17 years. His relationship blog covers everything from personal growth and being happy to finding a partner and how to have a great relationship.
Love in Ninety Dayshttp://www.lovein90days.com/blog/
Love in 90 Days is the name of Dr. Diana's best-selling dating advice book. The blog makes references to the book and also provides information on dating tips and relationship advice. Dr. Diana shares pieces of her personal journey and expert advice to ensure that you have a great relationship.
The Opinionated Parenthttp://www.theopinionatedparent.com/
This blog focuses on the relationship that exists between a parent and their children. The blog is well-written and maintained and should give you some insight into this very important relationship.
Called America's most quoted dating expert, David Wygant offers modern-day relationship and dating advice for men and women on the topics that everyone are interested in: Learn how to &quot;Get Out of the Friend Zone&quot; or &quot;5 Ways Your Lifestyle Makes You Instantly Attractive.&quot;
Good Clean Lovehttp://www.goodcleanlove.com/dialog/making-love-sustainable/
The articles on this blog promote a solid marriage with its tips and advice. There is something to benefit everyone, no matter what their need.
Am I being paranoidhttp://am I being paranoid
I have been in a relationship with a woman for 2 years now. Our relationship started out great. We were both very affectionate to each other and love to find ways of telling each other how much we loved to be with the other. Now, recently within the last two months she has become less affectionate towards me and it seems that I am always initiating the affection and, when I do, she doesn't seem to be into it as much as she use to. We did just have a baby a month ago so I know that may affect her in some ways, but I was wondering when I should start worrying that she is becoming uninterested in our relationship or accept the way things are now and live with it. I must admit that I have been divorded for 4 years now and, due to the infidelity of my ex, I am still dealing with a few insecurities. We still say I love you to each other, but again, I seem to always initiate the words. Am I being paranoid, or is this normal for a relationship of 2 years to focus on other matters and put affections 2nd?