BENEFITS OF LOVE LANGUAGES IN RELATIONSHIP

BENEFITS OF LOVE LANGUAGES IN RELATIONSHIPS

Love languages is a very integral part of any relationship and it all boils down to communication. A lot of people in relationships are having issues while others feel so alone even while in a relationship, these are all signs of bad communication and it’s because love languages are not properly understood.

According to Dr Gary Chapman the author of the five love languages, it describes the way we feel loved and appreciated. Depending on our personality type we feel loved differently than how our partners want to. Understanding each other’s language is key to achieving good communication

There are five different love languages according to Dr Chapman and they are:

*Words of Affirmation
*Acts of service
*Quality time
*Receiving gifts
*Physical Touch

Words of Affirmation:

This love language expresses love with words. It doesn’t have to be so long, it could be simple and sincere words it will go a long way in making your partner happy if this their love language. Verbal compliments like

“I love you “

“You look so beautiful”

“Thank you for being an amazing wife”

Words mean a lot to your partner and compliments will definitely make them feel loved and you also need to be careful because negative words can hurt them a lot and it could take them longer to forgive than others.

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8 thoughts on “BENEFITS OF LOVE LANGUAGES IN RELATIONSHIP

  1. Malinda says:

    Great to know this. I’ve heard of love languages before, but never knew exactly what they were. It makes total sense that if we aren’t loving others with their love language, then they won’t be feeling the love. Thanks again for this helpful information! ☺️

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  2. David Murry says:

    One of the most *basic* aspects of how Jesus created us spirit, soul and body that the Church has not grasped. Essential to walking in greater Love and Kingdom authority.

    Thank you for sharing.

    David NY

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