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Five love languages

Five love languages

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Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

The five love languages by Gary Chapman introduces five different love languages that individuals use to express and receive love.

  • Quality time
  • Physical touch
  • Acts of service
  • Receiving gifts
  • Words of affirmation

Knowing your love language and your partner’s can save or even improve the emotional intimacy of the relationship. So many people lost the love of their life because they didn’t learn how to speak the primary love language of their partner.

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1) Words of Affirmation

1) Words of Affirmation

Words are Important! This Love Language is all about Kind and encouraging words. If your partner or spouse has this language as their primary love language then they need to hear genuine verbal compliments and kind words from you to feel loved.

Simple straightforward affirmations such as: “You look sharp in that suit”, Do you look beautiful in that dress, wow!”, “I like how you are always on time to pick me up at work. I love that you’re so responsible, I feel like I can count on you. Will make your partner feel loved."

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2) Quality time

2) Quality time

If your partner has quality time as their primary language then you need to set aside time every day to give your partner your undivided attention. Sitting on a couch and watching some series together does not count as quality time.

Quality time is about looking at each other and talking. It means taking a walk with just two of you Or Going out to eat and looking at each other and discussing trivial matters of day to day of life.

When we sit together for 20 minutes and give each other undivided attention. We’re giving each other 20 minutes of life, we will never have those 20 minutes again

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The power of Spending time together

 It is a powerful emotional communicator of love. People who don’t spend time with their partner whose love language is quality time, unintentionally make their partner's love tank empty. They are communicating a message they do not intend

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3) Receiving Gifts

3) Receiving Gifts

People with this language feel loved when they receive gifts, no matter how small. It’s not about the cost but the thought behind it. 

Gift-giving is a fundamental expression of love that transcends cultural barriers. Because a gift is something you can hold in your hand and say look he was thinking of me or she remembered me

Most wedding ceremonies include the giving and receiving of rings for a reason. The moment someone stops wearing the wedding ring in a marriage signals that their marriage is in shambles.

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4) Acts of Service

4) Acts of Service

This Love Language is all about doing things for others, You seek to please your partner by serving them.

It could be making dinner, taking the dog for a walk, Keeping the car clean, paying the bills, or doing laundry. If your partner has this language as their primary love language then they feel loved when you do something to help them out.

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5) Physical Touch

5) Physical Touch

This Love Language is all about physical touch. This doesn’t necessarily mean physical intimacy, but physical affection like holding hands, hugging, or even sitting close.

People with this language feel loved when they have physical contact with their partners.

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utkarshchandel3

A Romanticist who is trying to understand this world by reading books. You can also follow me on YouTube, I post there quite often.

CURATOR'S NOTE

I have read five books on love and relationships and this is the most practical book I have come across so far. Like it doesn't preach love should be this and that. All those abstract meaningless words that are not practical at all. It is so good that you can apply the things given in the book in your real life and expect good results.

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