12 Noteworthy Instagram Accounts to Follow Relationship Advice

It doesn’t matter if your struggling in a familial or love relationship, newly single, having a crush, or falling in love, we’re all there, there’s always a situation where you just don’t know what to do with those intense emotions. Although trying to handle it yourself is always what we want, but, sometimes being open about it and looking to hear advice from others is a great method. Especially if they are accessible within an app on our phones that we use daily for socializing, are they even better. So, these 12 popular relationship accounts on Instagram are 100% worth following for their advice. You’ll get some wisdom and perspective in your feed that applies to you, no matter where you’re at in your love life.

1. @natlue

Check out author and relationship blogger, Natalie Lue’s page if your happiness is impacted from putting or pleasing others before you.


2. @elizaboquin

If you’re struggling to let go of a toxic friendship or hesitant to fully move on, licensed therapist Eliza G. Boquin’s posts will encourage and motivate you to live on without guilt.


3. @tyler_spangler

Tyler’s Spangler’s gorgeously designed typographic treatments that are equal parts art and therapy posts will cheer you up in more ways than one.


4. @gottmaninstitute

If you like graphics and visuals, check out John and Julie Gottman’s page. They are known for marriage and relationship therapy and their helpful infographics will lesson you immensely.


5. @lizlistens

Couples therapist Elizabeth Earnshaw gives advice through her posts on how to be a better partner, listener, and communicator. Overall, a better person.


6. @createthelove

Known for his blunt but truthful advice in a poetic statment, Mark Groves, a “human connection specialist” posts relationship tips you might not want to hear, but need to hear.


7. @the.holistic.psychologist

Searching for more actionable advice? Psychologist Nicole LePera gets into more healing-oriented posts on her @the.holistic.psychologist account.


8. @midtowntherapist

Specializing in relationship therapy and self-love, licensed therapist Carrie Babe fills her @midtowntherapist account with soothing reminders that it’s okay to want more in relationships. Sometimes, self-love is all you need.


9. @lovealways.drbetsy

Sometimes humor is the key to something so serious and depressing. Clinical psychologist Betsy Chung runs her @lovealways.drbetsy account with a dash of humor and meme-ery that still manage to be full of heart.


10. @notesfromyourtherapist

Very creative. If handwritten notes are your thing, then @notesfromyourtherapist is a winner for you. With an M.Ed in Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, Allyson Dinneen posts some seriously enlightening words of advice that will emphasize and inspire you.


11. @shadeenfrancislmft

If you need a moment of zen or a reminder that it’s okay to prioritize yourself, Shadeen Francis, a licensed marriage and family therapist, posts inspiring quotes that will help soothe and find yourself.


12. @nedratawwab

Therapist and writer Nedra Glover Tawwab’s Instagram is full of clear-cut examples of exactly what behavior is and isn’t okay to accept in a relationship in a bulleted list outlining what to do, what to avoid, ways of coping, and how to be a supportive friend and partner.


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