Michelle Weiner-Davis is a Colorado-based marriage therapist. Lucky for us, she's generous with her advice, and also often tweets interesting marriage-related factoids and statistics. Engaged & Confused: Overcoming My Fear Of Marriage
Sample Tweet: When dealing with infidelity, know that it's normal to feel a whole range of emotional responses. Expect your feelings to vacillate.
Adam Sheck is a psychologist and couples therapist based in Los Angeles. In addition to imparting some great tips, he also tweets links to relevant news stories, and shares love-related quotes.
Sample Tweet: New Blog Post: It's Science: Men Live Longer When They Marry A Younger Woman! http://tinyurl.com/ydo2jbf
The enigmatic Mrs. Levine runs a Tumblr blog about the secrets married women keep. In addition to linking to these brief snippets, she also tweets about her day-to-day.
Sample Tweet: "Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it..." http://tumblr.com/xv06j2yjc
Suzanne Henry got married a little later in life, at the age of 42. She soon discovered that "if life is funny, well, marriage is funnier." Her tweets are varied, and include quotes, links to her blog posts, and accounts of her life as a bloomer bride. Considering Marriage?
Sample Tweet: "Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one." --Jane Howard
Alisa Bowman—marriage expert, blogger, freelance writer, etc.—doesn't only tweet about marriage. Her feed is rife with tweets on the freelance writing life. But the links she shares to both her blog and other articles are always helpful and insightful.
Sample Tweet: Can attraction be manufactured? This wife needs some tips: http://bit.ly/bshqUH
Tony DiLorenzo, the man behind One (a blog about marriage that he runs with his wife Alisa), tweets about married life, forthcoming web discussions, and how his faith informs his marriage.
Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages, looks to his own marriage for inspiration when it comes to dispensing relationship advice. Though this Twitter feed is updated by his publisher, it's rich with helpful tips, links, and quotes, making it well worth a follow. The Secret To A Long-Lasting Marriage?
Sample Tweet: VIDEO: See Dr. Chapman's advice for staying together even if your schedules are driving you apart... http://bit.ly/cOQlgo
Smart Marriages is a professional organization trafficking in marriage, family and couples education. Their Twitter feed is a goldmine of info on marriage educators across the country, and the tips they provide.
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