THE. 5 love. LOVE LANGUAGES PERSONAL PROFILE. FOR SINGLES. ᏞᎪᏙGUAGEᏚ. The Secret to Love. That Lasts. Below you will see 30 paired statements. Gary Chapman's core message has hit home with over 5 million people as it focuses on humanity's deepest emotional need: the need to "feel" loved. This need. The 5 Love Languages® profile will give you a thorough analysis of your emotional communication preference. It will single out your primary love language.
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The most obvious language of love is language itself. They take insults and criticism as the most brutal attack on love you can ever imagine.
The second language of love is quality time. Distractions and lack of one-on-one time is a big no-no! Receiving gifts is the third language of love. And the thoughtfulness of a present. The fourth language is acts of service. Or, in other words, the immaterial form of gifts.
So, we went the full circle: from full verbal — to nonverbal. Naturally, finding the one that best describes your definition of love is the second step.
Finally, the fourth step is — well, eternal bliss. And this goes on for some time. But, psychologists have discovered that that some time is no more than two years.
Communication is the Key — and Love Has Five Languages However, things changed and, nowadays, you can be happy in a monogamous relationship. The goal: just learn to communicate with your partner. Because, you see, love has five languages. A gift is something you can hold in your hand and say, "Look, he was thinking of me," or, "She remembered me. The gift itself is a symbol of that thought.
It doesn't matter whether it costs money. What is important is that you thought of him or her. And it is not the thought implanted only in the mind that counts but the thought expressed in actually securing the gift and giving it as the expression of love.
But what of the person who says, "I'm not a gift giver. I didn't receive many gifts growing up. I never learned how to select gifts.
It doesn't come naturally for me. You and your spouse speak different love languages. Now that you have made that discovery, get on with the business of learning your second language.
If your spouse's primary love language is receiving gifts , you can become a proficient gift giver. In fact, it is one of the easiest love languages to learn.
Acts of service Michelle's primary love language was what I call "acts of service. You seek to please her by serving her, to express your love for her by doing things for her.
Consider actions such as cooking a meal, setting a table, emptying the dishwasher, vacuuming, changing the baby's diaper, picking up a prescription, keeping the car in operating condition — they are all acts of service. They require thought, planning, time, effort and energy.
If done with a positive spirit, they are indeed expressions of love. A willingness to examine and change stereotypes is necessary in order to express love more effectively.
Remember, there are no rewards for maintaining stereotypes, but there are tremendous benefits to meeting the emotional needs of your spouse. If your spouse's love language is acts of service , then "actions speak louder than words.
Numerous research projects in the area of child development have made that conclusion: Babies who are held, stroked and kissed develop a healthier emotional life than those who are left for long periods of time without physical contact.
Physical touch is also a powerful vehicle for communicating marital love. Holding hands, kissing, embracing and sexual intercourse are all ways of communicating emotional love to one's spouse. For some individuals, physical touch is their primary love language. Without it, they feel unloved.