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In his own words, here's how Chapman breaks down the five love languages in his book:

The five languages are pretty straightforward, but here's a brief description of what each of them mean:

  • Words of affirmation : Expressing affection through spoken affection, praise or appreciation.
  • Acts of service : Actions, rather than words, are used to show and receive love.
  • Receiving gifts : Gifting is symbolic of love and affection.
  • Quality time : Expressing affection with undivided, undistracted attention.
  • Physical touch : It can range from having sex to holding hands. With this love language, the speaker feels affection through physical touch.

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The concept of the five love languages is probably not new to you. The idea is that we all give and receive love differently-and those different ways tend to fall into five different categories. Where we get tripped up and disconnected, particularly from a romantic partner, is when we give love through our language but they receive love in a different way. You think showering them with gifts will make them feel all warm and fuzzy and meanwhile, they're like, " If she really loved me, she'd make more time for me ."

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