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The Five Love Languages How To Care For Originating from Gary Chapman's book The Five Love Languages his book details the five ways people tend to communicate and receive love words of affirmation uality time receiving gifts acts of service and physical touch Everyone’s different and every person’s way of showing love is different According to Chapman by understanding our own love language as well as our partner The Five Replay et vidos en streaming France tv The Five S E Je veux ue vous me parliez de mon petit frre extrait min les saisons Saison toutes les vidos propos En par un bel aprs midi Mark partait dans les bois avec ses amis Pru Danny Slade et son petit frre Jesse Malheureusement le garonnet alors g de cin ans allait chapper sa vigilance et disparatre Vingt ans aprs Mark Here are the Five Love Languages and Their What are the Five Love Languages? Words of Affirmation These are verbal expressions of care and affection Think Thanks for putting the kids to bed or You looked really nice today Conversely insults can be particularly upsetting to people who favor words of affirmation Gifts Tangible and intangible items that make you feel appreciated or noticed Going to your partner's concert for What Are the Five Love Languages? | Marriagetrac These five love languages are WORD OF AFFIRMATION Actions don’t always speak louder than words If this is your love language unsolicited compliments mean the world to you Hearing the words “I love you” are important—hearing the reasons behind that love sends your spirits skyward Insults can leave you shattered and are not easily Practicing Self Care Through The Five Love If you’ve ever come across love or dating related social media pages you might have heard of the term and concept of the “love languages” Originating from Gary Chapman's book The Five Love Languages his book details the five ways people tend to communicate and receive love words of affirmation uality time receiving gifts acts of service and physical touch The Love Languages And What They Mean The five love languages describe the way we feel loved and appreciated Depending on our individual personality types we may feel loved differently than how our partners do Understanding and decoding these different ways of showing love will help take the guesswork out of your partner’s expectations and needs According to Dr Chapman there are five love languages Words of Affirmation The Five | Netflix The Five Season Release year Twenty years after year old Jesse disappears near his home his DNA turns up at the scene of a woman's murder baffling his family and the police Episode m A woman's murder at a hotel leads detective Danny to discover a shocking DNA match to blood at the scene A traumatized girl is found on the streets Episode m A youth at the The Psychology Behind the Love Languages | It may seem a given that physical touch would make the list of the five love languages but the psychology behind this form of communication goes deeper than you might think Touch is the first language we use to communicate as infants and it plays a critical role in social and behavioral development According to Katherine Harmon of Scientific American “Many children who have The Five Pillars Of Self Love According To An Life and love coach Francesca Hogi broke down what those actions are and removed some of the vagueness around loving one’s self Here are what she calls the five pillars of self love Here are What Are the Different Love Languages? – But what are these five different love languages and what do they look like in practice? Here’s what you need to know Words of affirmation According to Chapman people with this love language


10 thoughts on “The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate

  1. says:

    this book is a tool through which the author gary chapman can play out his jesus complex disguised as a relationship self help book there are references from the bible throughout almost every chapter and gary likes to include generous praise from his clients who call him a miracle worker it's damn near pretty close to being called godthe book has all the hallmarks of a bestseller easy to read i read it in one day; hopeless circumstances that seem beyond repair; and an uplifiting ending the bestsellers i read the i realize that the formula for mainstream media isn't just used in music and movies it's used in books too ugh how annoying i admit i was almost sold on it too the author used just the right amount of despair and at the appropriate moments instilled hope for a better future and while hope isn't bad at all the book lacks in addressing the complexity of relationships as well as the diversity of relationships in today's world for example this book may not translate well in multicultural relationships that are dictated by a whole different set of s and values also i wonder how it would be relevant to ueer couples or polyamourous relationships it's uite apparent that this book is meant for hetero white christian monogamous couplesbut the one major caveat of this book that isn't so much a caveat as a poorly disguised advocate of misogyny is the case of a woman who has been abused what type of abuse has been perpetrated isn't made explicit and gary's reluctance to do so makes me suspicious of how the church deals with issues of domestic violence gary's advice? dismiss any of your own feelings of discomfort being used for sex and have sex with your husband as an act of love and hope that he will reciprocate that love and what i don't understand is how people have overlooked this even people who are in the psychology field that's one thing he doesn't really address how to identify your limits and make compromises if you can't see the problem with this picture i pray you never get married or have a relationship or speak to peoplethe gender roles in this book are fucking archaic there's this little section where gary talks about the gender differences in sexual desire according to him these differences are all physiologically based men simply have tension built up as a result of massive sperm generation whereas women don't and that is why women don't crave sex the way men do instead women only want sex if their men meet their emotional needs what do men not need to have their emotional needs met? are they really just fucking animals who want to empty their over spermed dicks? why don't they just jack off into a toilet for crying out loud? oops am i not supposed to mention masturbation in the presence of god? and gary makes women seem like fucking prudes from the latest harleuin romance the christian edition gag this man has very little knowledge of couples outside the realm of christian folklorehis section on physical touch made me laugh i wasn't sure if the lame attempts at humor were to assuage his own discomfort or that of his audience yes gary people have sex i understand that when you tell me to rub my partner's leg with my foot that i should make sure i'm not rubbing the dog harharto be fair he touched on the basic fundamentals of communication with your partner but i can hardly call this book revolutionary his book on the five languages of love for children sound useful just because the developmental stage they are in matches the dumbed down tone of the book you'd think he was writing for couples who were born in a vaccuumi'm so over reading new york times bestsellers we've been brainwashed into accepting that the typical mainstream formula is uality literature i prefer real talk to fluffy shit thank you


  2. says:

    I think the basis for this self help book is good I totally get the love languages thing My husband's love language is Physical Affection and mine is uality Time I totally see that But this is like a Love Language For Dummies It talks to you like you're an idiot who has never had basic human social interaction before And there isn't really any advice just this guy rambling on about how smart he is for figuring out that people need to be loved in different ways Like his advice for someone whose spouse not partner not lifemate and in this instance always the wife prefers Acts of Service as a love language because wives love when their husband does the laundry for them basically is just that do the laundry without being asked Well no shit That's not real advice that's common sense And if the husband were to argue I don't have time I work a lot so that I can provide for my family blah blah blah he just says WELL MAKE TIME Super helpful guyNot to mention the book is sexist and heteronormative Unfortunately I did a little googling on the author AFTER the fact and of course it is because he's a Bible beater I wish I had known that before I wasted my 7 on the Kindle book I'd really like to see this concept updated and brought into the 21st century written in such a manner as to A actually include all walks of life not just middle class straight white married couples and B actually offer advice that can be applied to a relationship


  3. says:

    This book was recommended to my friend by her pastor to read before she got married My assumption was that it would be religious in tone and not very relevant to today's relationships I'm so glad I was wrong This is one of those books I would suggest everyone read It is such a simple explanation of what can so often go wrong in relationships It's not about men vs women it's about the way people receive loveThe basis is there are 5 Love Languages obviously And if you speak a different love language than your partner then you may not feel loved The 5 Love Languages areWords of Affirmationuality TimeReceiving GiftsActs of ServicePhysical TouchI'm sure everyone responds to all of these in some way but we all have a primary language There is a great uiz in the back that can help you uickly define yours By reading the book I knew what mine was but the survey pinpointed it to a T and helped me rank mine by importance even better than I think I could have done on my own This book will help you in your current relationships of all kinds not just romantic and any future relationships you'll have It really pinpoints how relationships can fall apart after the honeymoon period is over even if you still love each other It helps you understand how to show your love for someone else in a way that they'll best receive it I could give a bunch of examples from the book but I want you to read it So go get it from the library TODAY Then share with me what your primary language is I'd love to know everyone's Mine is Words of AffirmationAlmost never do two people fall in love on the same day and almost never do they fall out of love on the same day Love is something you do for someone else not something you do for yourself


  4. says:

    This book is based on the premise that everyone has a love language Things others say or do that make one feel lovedthey are follows words of affirmation recieving gifts acts of service physical touch uality timePersonally I want you to tell me how great I am words of affirmation while walking in the house with a collection of poetry for me receiving gifts make a beeline for the trash that needs to be taken out acts of service then come back in and read uietly next to me uality time before I ride you like the wild stallion that you are physical touch so where does that leave me? Which love language am I? This book was not helpful as indicated by the shelf it's on


  5. says:

    My mother in law gave me this book and I hesitated reading it because it sounds so cheesy and just take a look at the cover how dorky But I was stuck on vacation with nothing else to read so I reluctantly gave it a try In a nutshell this book has changed my life Page after page I found myself wanting to yell yes Thats exactly right If I could give this than five stars I would Okay maybe changed my life is a bit strong but it has certainly enhanced my marriage like nothing else I've ever read or doneThe advice this author gives is so profound and universal it can be applied successfully to any deep relationship you have children parents close friends I just can't recommend it highly enough Every couple whether newly together or old marrieds could benefit from this book


  6. says:

    This was recommended by a “friend” of my wife which proves part of the old adage “A friend of thy wife is thine enemy” That’s from the Bible or the Decameron or Archie Comics I thinkI’ll do the whole would it kill you to read something positive with me for a change thing if I want something in return in order spend some time with my wife Plus bonus the audio book was relatively shortI’ve had to read a few scoops of self help crap literature over the years so I’m down with the lingoAnnie Wilkes’s How to Win Friends and Influence People I’m OK Neurotic OCD manic depressive You’re OK Nymphomaniac Daddy issues Passive aggressiveUntying my “inner child” from the radiator and letting him have ice cream with my “toxic” parentsBooks that give you a “thought for the day” you know something cosmic and revelatory to think about and chew on for eternity or until you close the book Jeff buddy I’m breathless with anticipation What are the five languages of love already?Well as a way to work into that fanatical and borderline crazy Goodreader let me explain the good doctor’s theory on the FIVE languages of love Basically we all speak a primary language and we all have a language of love that we learned from mommy and daddyOne of five languages of loveFive Count ‘em FiveWhat was that number again?So that number is five right? Stop dragging this out in order to post “five” gifsAccording to Dr Chapman the five languages areNow I’m done1 Giving gifts – If the last time you gave your wife flowers was when Nirvana was a thing then this one isn’t you2 Words of affirmation – These don’t include “You’re an idiotmorondevilshrewsuccubus etc”3 Acts of Service or doing stuff for your loved one or something – Helping my wife bury the hoochies that chase after our son ualifies here4 uality time – It’s not me me me Maybe your wife wants to hang with you and do stuff like I don’t know talk5 Physical touch – It’s not only smexy times but just being there being presentNote to wife Please treat every day like my birthday So in a nutshell recognize your love language and your spouse’s love language and try to accommodate them in some small wayIf I’ve saved your marriage you’re welcome or just send me a check Make it out to “CASH”Warning The doctor likes to work in the Christian stuff and this is strictly a hetero tome so if the first is a turn off and you find the second limited look for help elsewhere And like anything in this world that makes money Chapman has written enough additional books on this subject to choke a Tijuana stage show donkey


  7. says:

    I won't go into the circumstances which lead to this bizarre buddy read that took place at Disneyland Sometimes life can be stranger than fiction I will say that this book has some reasonably helpful thoughts and ideas but it is way too simplified and way too heteronormative and way too traditional Christian value based to speak to me in any meaningful way Every single example featured a husbandbreadwinner and wifehomemaker who sometimes worked outside the home couple In one example when the wife was asked to describe something positive about her husband she says he let's me keep any money I earn in my part time job Another example included a young wife who wished her husband would change the baby's diaper when he got home from work because she was busy cooking dinner HIM I would like her to cook dinner for when I get home from work WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE??? The author didn't overtly advocate for traditional gender roles in the home but I couldn't help but think there was a subliminal message indicating his preference for this In the one example where the husband seemed to take on a fair share of the cooking cleaning and other assorted domestic chores the wife complained She wanted him to spend time with her As it turned out the wife really wanted to cook and clean but the husband was too efficient and didn't give her a chance to do so Oh happy ending Needless to say I'm crying feminist tears at this pointDon't get me wrong I am all for good communication respect and understanding how to make your spouse feel loved But when this misogynist flavored relationship guru doled out advice to a woman in a 'horrible' marriage I took issue The details of horror of the marriage were largely unsaid other than it was given that the husband cursed and said he hated his wife This woman was very religious and clearly the idea of leaving her husband was at odds with her beliefs Since the husband had no interest in seeking marriage counseling the authormarriage counselor devised a unilateral plan he admitted didn't know would work The crux of the plan was for the wife to speak to her husband in his love language and hopefully he would eventually he would reciprocate and the love tanks would start to refill This plan basically suggested among other things that the wife initiate sex with her husband as his love language was physical touch even though this idea did not appeal to the wife Kind of a 'take one for the team' approach The author clearly said that this was her decision to do so Ok so all this has the appearance of consenting adults and informed decisions so where's the problem Katie? Oh I don't know how about emotional manipulation of the vulnerable? Call me cynical but I picture an abused spouse view spoileremotional or physical it makes no difference to me hide spoiler


  8. says:

    blahblahblahblahDoing what your spouse asks of you makes them love you There I just saved you 14


  9. says:

    45 starsI absolutely recommend this book to EVERYONE Whether you are married dating single whatever The ideas and concepts in this book will benefit any relationship The idea of loving others the way they need to be loved might feel counterintuitive but it something so essential to growing as a person and understanding what love really isI had always known about this book and the love languages but this was the first time I actually read it Of course as with any self help type of book there were a few cheesy moments which is why I docked it half a star but overall it was a fantastic read


  10. says:

    A uick and valuable read to help you better understand how you and your partner best like to express and receive love Great for helping you see what you truly value in a partner and what your partner truly values in you