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10 Relationship Blogs that Accept Guest Posts

by | Love

Feb 21, 2022

Most writers want one thing: an audience that reads and appreciates their work. The bigger the audience, the more fulfilling writing is. Are you a writer whose works explore relationships and lifestyle? Here are ten relationship blogs and magazines that accept guest posts, their requirements, and the kind of style that works best:

1. Psychologytoday.com

Psychology Today is a magazine that is published both online (on a web blog) and in print. They are a renowned publisher of articles that explore human psychology from diverse points of view. 

Whilst psychology today’s online blog has a team of writers who are skilled and knowledgeable about psychology, they are willing to read and possibly publish articles from anyone who shows an interest in being published by them. 

You just have to be a skilled writer who is knowledgeable in the field of science or mental health and psychology. 

If you do want to be published by them, all you have to do is send a proposal describing why you want to be a part of their team. You should also include your qualifications. Including your previous works will be fine, too, so that you stand a better chance at impressing the editors. 

Include your strengths. What can you write best? 

Guest Post Link: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/writers-guidelines

2. Marriage.com

Marriage.com is a blog open to receiving relationship guest post submissions from anyone who is interested in being published by them, wherever you are in the world. 

They take their audience into consideration before accepting any articles submitted. The audience of almost 1 million monthly visitors loves to read relatable, error-free works. 

So, you just have to write great, readable stuff that is not plagiarized. And if you’re an expert in psychology or counseling, you can go further to offer expert advice. 

For your work to stand a better chance whilst it’s being considered, you have to make sure it’s original. That it states a purpose. It will be best if you also try to make your paragraphs less than 50 words. 

Your headline has to be catchy and special; try not to lift cliche titles from the internet. Be yourself and write like you. They only accept works submitted in American English. 

Guest Post Link: https://www.marriage.com/contributions

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3. Luvze.com

Luvze is a web magazine/blog whose goal is to help its readers make good choices. This blog makes its posts scientific-based. They will accept submissions from anyone who is a ‘relationship scientist.’

They require that their contributors have a formal degree, preferably a master’s degree, in a field of study that involves relationships and human interaction. You also have to be a great researcher. Psychology, for example. 

If you’re a graduate of psychology and are into understanding through research what human relationships really are, and the science behind them, then Luvze is your go-to blog. 

You have to be a skilled writer whose works are easy to understand. They frown at plagiarism and would not accept works that are plagiarized. To submit a guest post, go on to their website. They put up an email there. Send them an email. 

Guest Post Link: https://www.luvze.com/write-for-us/

4. Gottman.com

Gottman Institute is a renowned relationship blog where one can read relationship articles for free. It was co-founded by Dr. John Gottman, who was once mentioned to be among one of the most influential therapists of the past quarter-century. 

The blog says its mission is to assist families in growing in love and health in relationships. For relationship guest posts, they are open to receiving submissions on a rolling basis. 

Send a relationship blog post that is fact-checked and free from plagiarism. Preferably one that is in line with Dr. Gottam’s research. 

The editors will go through it and get back to you about their decision. The editors may even edit your work if there is any need to. 

Guest Post Link: https://www.gottman.com/blog-contributor-faq/

5. Theurbandater.com

The Urban Dater is amongst the top online blogs that accept relationship guest post submissions from guest writers. They want first-person stories that have not been published before, as long as it is related to sex and relationships and is well written. 

They want stories that are relatable in the present age, not ones from long ago–stories about dragons and unicorns are not a great fit. 

Don’t write about a prince charming, except your hair is up to thirty feet long, and you live in a castle with a lady who wouldn’t let you leave. 

The stories you submit to The Urban Dater need to have an arc. Arcs are just how the story progresses. The word count has to be somewhere between 700 – 900 words. 

They will not accept stories that are misogynistic or bigoted. The stories don’t have to pose a threat in any way to other human beings. Look up their website for more information. 

And try to crosscheck your work before submitting it. Even though the editors will edit your work, it has to be good before they even consider accepting it. 

They want you to format it properly, too. Don’t use too many unnecessary spaces. There should not be double spaces after full stops or commas. 

You should set up a gravatar account and link it to the email from which you send The Urban Dater your story. 

Relationship Guest Post Link: https://theurbandater.com/guest-post/

Read: Top 15 Relationship Blogs to Read

6. Relationstatus.com

Relation status pulls up to 150 000 visitors each month—their regular audience numbers up to 10,000 women. 

Relation status accepts relationship guest posts from anyone who is an expert in relationships and can offer some tips on how to stay happy in relationships. 

They want your writing to be confident and helpful, and they want it to align with some values, which include:

They don’t want to see adverts or any indecent material. Your submission to Relationstatus should not be less than 800 words. 

They want previously unpublished works and will not publish anything that has appeared somewhere else.

They do not pay their contributors but will help you grow your own blog by posting your link if you are fine with that. 

Guest Post Link: https://relationstatus.com/guidelines-for-guest-post/

7. Sexandpsychology.com

Sex and Psychology blog was founded by Doctor of Social Psychology by Dr. Justin Lehimitter, author of Tell Me What You Want: The Science Of Sexual Desire. It publishes articles that try to explore sex and relationships from the viewpoint of science. 

Since it is some kind of science-based blog, it accepts guest posts from only authors who are graduates in the field of sex research and therapy. 

You have to be a writer whose skills are easily appreciated by most readers, which means you have to keep it simple and relatable yet powerful. 

Your posts can be about your research or can explore something else as long as it is related to sex. Sex and psychology is a paying market. They offer a small token to authors whose works have been accepted. 

If your work has been accepted, the editor may see the need to edit it before putting it up on the blog.

Relationship Guest Post Link: https://www.sexandpsychology.com/blog/2020/11/20/want-to-write-for-sex-and-psychology-2/

Read: Top Parenting Blogs to Follow

8. Mydatingadviser.com

My dating adviser blog offers really helpful dating advice from relationship and dating experts. It states that it is committed to assisting men and women find and keep love, entering into healthy relationships that make them happier and better people.

They are open to reading and possibly publishing posts from guest authors. They will publish works that pass their requirements and stand out as being good enough.

They accept dating stories and dating advice. Your work just has to be authentic. Plagiarism is a big no. It also has to be well written. Everyone loves well-written stuff, and that includes My Dating Adviser’s editors. 

Your stories or articles have to be a minimum of one thousand words. Write your mind out. Try not to be someone else with your writing. Be yourself. 

They are not a paying market, but they will assist you with publicity. This is especially true if you own a blog and send them a link to your own blog.

Guest Post Link: https://mydatingadviser.com/write-for-us/ 

9. Lifehack.org

Lifehack is an online blog that publishes articles covering a wide range of topics. Pulling millions of readers, it is one of the top lifestyle blogs out there.

The mission statement reads: “Our mission at Lifehack is to help you overcome your obstacles and turn them into opportunities so that you can lead a purposeful, healthier, and more productive life.”

On this blog, you will find over three thousand articles and have a chance to enroll in an expert course called “Life Above Limitations.”

This blog accepts relationship guest posts from authors interested in being published and ready to submit an article once or twice every month. If you think your work is good enough to be shown to the world, you should try LifeHack.org out. 

Try to make your works insightful, interesting, and relatable. They are not a paying market and will not pay you for your articles. However, they will offer you social media promotions and help you gain popularity.

Guest Post Link: https://www.lifehack.org/contribute

10. Cosmopolitan.com

Cosmopolitan is an American magazine for women and is published monthly. Having Jessica Pels as its editor-in-chief, it is amongst the leading women’s magazines in America. 

The magazine covers topics women of all ages will enjoy and those looking to have fun and lead their best possible lives.

You can submit a well-written story to Cosmopolitan for consideration in either the website or magazine publication. 

Relationship Guest Post Link: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/worklife/careers/a25425/write-for-cosmopolitan/

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By Ubee

Ubong Johnson (Ubee) is a relationship expert and writer. He writes articles that cover everything from relationships and nutrition to lifestyle. His works have appeared in several literary magazines, including The Shallow Tales Review, Ngiga Review, and the Kalahari Review. He is the founder and editor of Fiction Niche.

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