Updated: Sep 4
How do you know you are cherished and valued? How do you know you are loved? Is it through the gifts you are given, the words spoken to you, what someone else does for you, a hug, or simply the quality of time a person spends with you?
We all have unique personalities, perspectives and preferences when it comes to how we like to live in the world and communicate with others. Therefore why shouldn't this extend to how we give and receive love?
Many is the time when an expression of love seems to not get said or not get through.
Therefore in his book 'The 5 Love Languages' Gary Chapman shares the simple premise that different people have different love 'languages'.
By learning to recognise these preferences in ourselves and our loved ones, we can learn to identify the root of conflicts and connect more profoundly.
Discover your primary love language and how you can use it to better connect with your loved ones with a free online quiz at 5lovelanguages.com/quizzes.