Marriage is easy, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t always fine-tuning our relationship to make it the best it can be. Thankfully, the internet has a HUGE amount of resources – podcasts, blogs, ebooks, weekly email subscriptions that can help your marriage become the best it can be.
Here are 5 marriage resources I’m loving lately!
1. The Marriage Minute
The Marriage Minute is a resource of tools, articles, videos, and more, all founded on Gottman’s research delivered straight to your inbox. The best part? It only takes a minute to read. Gottman is SO good at making me think of different ways to improve my marriage!
You can subscribe to it for free here.
2. My Wife Tribe
My Wife Tribe is a Facebook group that is marriage-positive AND husband-positive. I LOVE that it’s a positive space that you can ask for advice from other women who have had similar situations or who’ve been married longer than I have. There is a huge range of marriage lengths which I love. Also, although a lot of the people are religious, there are LOTS of non-religious women, as well. Lots of great advice and positivity in this group!
It’s a closed group BUT it’s easy to become part of the group! Check it out here.
3. The 5 Apology Languages
Since learning about the The Apology Languages from Gary Chapman a few weeks ago, I’ve become SO aware of how I’m apologizing, not just with The Mister but with friends and coworkers. This is a gamechanger!
Take the test here.
4. Prioritizing Date Night In Your Marriage E-Book
My fellow marriage blogger and friend, Amberly of A Prioritized Marriage wrote an e-book all about date nights! This is a true gem if you want to make date night a priority(and you should!) I really liked the part about WHY you should change up your date nights, because we definitely get stuck in ruts of doing the same ol’ dinner and a movie date nights.
Check out all the info here.
5. The #staymarried Podcast
The #staymarried podcast is the husband-and-wife team of #staymarriedblog. They run their podcast in seasons. The first season they broke down Gottman’s Seven Do’s and Four Dont’s for a happy marriage. The second season they brought in Marriage and Family Therapists and even other marriage podcasters to answer questions submitted by listeners.
Check out the podcast on Itunes for free.
Finding a few minutes a day to dedicate to marriage resources will help your marriage in ways you couldn’t imagine. Make your marriage a priority today and check out some of these marriage resources.
So tell me, what are your favourite marriage resources? Do you typically listen to marriage podcasts or read marriage books?