The 5 Love Languages

The 5 Love Languages

What are the 5 love languages? I’m sure your asking yourself this very question as you read, if you’ve never heard of the “5 love languages” allow me to introduce you. First, is Words of Affirmation, second is Quality Time, third is Acts of Service, fourth is Gifts and lastly we have physical touch. Now each of us has our own unique love language typically made up of 1 primary “language” from the list above and one secondary. In any relationship communication is very important and not everyone communicates love the same way so knowing your own love language as well as your own could be the key to a truly happy relationship. Let’s look at each language in depth for a moment.

 Word of Affirmation: Those with this as their love language value spoken or written affection such as saying “I love you” often, receiving compliments and encouragement.

Quality Time: Those with Quality time as their love language tend to feel most loved when their partner genuinely wants to spend time with them. Particularly this action involves the partners giving each other their full undivided attention.

Acts of Service: If this is your love language then you love when your partner goes out of their way to help you with daily tasks without being asked, such as unloading the dishwasher before you get home from work or waking up early to make your coffee in the morning. This language is usually for those who believe “actions speak louder than words”

Gifts: Those that value “visual symbols of love” feel the most adored when given gifts. It’s not about the value of the gift but the thought process behind the item.

Physical Touch: Pretty straight forward, those with this as their love language feel the most loved when they receive physical affection such as kissing, hugging, holding hands, etc.

Now that you know all about the 5 languages take this fun little quiz and see what your love languages are. Share your results in the comments below! › l...The Love Language™ Quiz

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