Not The Worst Marriage Podcast
Not The Worst Marriage Podcast
Not The Worst Marriage Podcast
Explicit
Comedy, Leisure

Reach
Estimated number of downloads on average each episode receives within the first 30 days of airing.

7,700

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Description

Not The Worst Marriage Podcast gives a comedic view of marriage and parenting struggles with a little family advice and sex tips. Sterling and Sara are high school sweethearts turned teen parents. After 17 years and 3 kids together, they bring you a show that may or may not teach you anything other than marriage is hard. We are very passionate about marriage and firmly believe that any marriage can be fixed. For a marriage to remain healthy, your spouse should come before your kids. Your marriage will be the foundation your children build their future relationships on, so give them something to look forward to.

Podcast Information

About the Host
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Host Name: Sara and Sterling Buckley
Sterling and Sara met when they were 15 and 12. At age 13, Sara was sure she would marry him (even has doodles from 8th grade that say “Sara Buckley” in gel ink). They began dating after Sterling graduated highschool and as Sara was going into her sophomore year. At 17 and almost through junior year, Sara got pregnant. They knew they wanted to get married and start a family in spite of the odds and feedback from others. Shortly after she turned 18, they got married and immediately moved into their house and had their first baby. Sara finished high school while being a stay-at-home mom and at ages 21 and 24, they had a 3 year old, 18 mo., and newborn! They have had their ups and downs through a lot of shit, including infidelity, but have worked hard for the marriage they have today.
Average Episode Length
1-1.5 Hours
Publishes
Weekly on Wed
Interests
Relationship help, relationship advice, sex, parenting, marriage, marriage advice, self help
Social Media Reach
32,000

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Audience Demographics

Gender
Male
25%
Female
75%
Age
12-17
0%
18-24
0%
25-34
50%
35-44
50%
45-54
0%
55-64
0%
65+
0%
Median Age: 35