The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts
by Gary Chapman (Author)
My business friends suggest that the 5 Love Languages book (by Dr. Gary Chapman) is one of “must-read” books. The 5 Love Languages is #1 New York Times bestseller. You’ll discover the secrets that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide.
Dr. Gary Chapman’s proven will help you experience deeper and richer and reveals the 5 Love Languages to communicate love to one another. It’s important for you to figure out what it takes for you or someone to be loved. In this book, here are the 5 Love Languages:-
Love Language 1: Words of Affirmation
Words of Affirmation is the primary love language.. Having affirmation will make someone you love feel to be loved such as “I love you” or “I’m happy to be with you”.
Love Language 2: Quality Time
Quality Time is the second love language. Quality time may be your love language. It means that you’re spending time with someone such as listening and doing things with someone, sharing experiences, looking into the other persons eyes, etc.
Love Language 3: Receiving Gifts
Receiving Gifts is the third love language. When you buy gifts- flowers, chocolates, cards, notes to anyone, it shows that you really cares and appreciate anything to your family or one another.
Love Language 4: Acts of Service
Acts of Service is the fourth love languages. People need acts of service – cleans the house, washes the dishes, laundry, cooks, helps them with projects or tasks, etc. When someone does something for them, they feel loved.
Love Language 5: Physical Touch
This is the last love language. Someone requires physical affection to be loved such as holding hands, being kissed, hugging, brief touches, or even sex.