Sometimes, you have relationship questions that you just don’t want to ask your mom, your best friend, your coworker, or some random person on the street. You want someone with more experience, or an expert in the field, or even just someone anonymous who can’t give you a weird look.
When you’re finding yourself in need of some thoughtful and helpful relationship advice, get your questions answered on one of these 7 best relationship advice websites.
1. Ask Dr. Love
Dr. Jamie Turndorf is a psychologist and author who answers relationship, sex, and dating questions in a lighthearted and helpful way. Also specializes in grief therapy for those who have lost a loved one.
2. April Masini
April Masini is a relationship expert and welcomes questions on sex, dating, and relationships. She also has a forum on her site, and has a no nonsense but warm style.
3. Ask E. Jean on Elle
Elle magazine’s relationship columnist is smart and savvy, and backs up her advice with evidence from books and experts. She’s also older and British, which makes her sound even smarter.
4. Dear Prudence on Slate
Emily Yoffe writes as “Prudence” and tackles all sorts of relationship and etiquette questions. She also does a live chat each week with readers. Funny and incisive.
Marriage.com provides all sorts of relationship advice — from getting married, having a happy married life, to marriage help and therapy, that can help married couples who are struggling with their relationship problems. They also offers an online marriage course to help couples develop a happy marriage.
6. Amy Dickinson
Amy Dickinson is a nationally syndicated advice columnist who answers questions on family and relationships. Find her in many major newspapers or contact her through her own site.
7. Savage Love on The Stranger
Dan Savage is an advice giving icon and gives excellent advice on sex and relationships. LGBT and kink-friendly.
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