This month, I chose the book:
Why'd I choose this book?
In order to have meaningful relationships with your spouse, parents, siblings and/or children, it can be helpful to know their Love Language. Have you ever felt that someone you care so much about doesn't love you? Sometimes saying, "I love you" isn't enough.
Below are the 5 categories you fall into:
Words of affirmation
Acts of service
This book has helped me understand my love language along with my boyfriend's. It's important to meet those needs the longer you are together so you can keep that spark alive.
I feel it will also be helpful to know family member's and/or people you are closest to their love language because it helps keep a relationship meaningful and strong.
If you don't understand yourself and what you want when it comes to love, how can others understand you? Don't be shy to share your results!
Trust me, it's safe to give your email in order to take the quiz. (That's how you will receive your results!)
My love language is Quality Time. What I've learned is I need quality time with loved ones as it's the most fulfilling love language for me out of the 5 the book talks about. Quality time is what fills up my "love tank." We can be together however, if you aren't looking at me as I'm speaking it doesn't count as quality time in my mind. You can read the book to learn more about each quality time and the other categories.
Please note, all 5 love languages are important however, one in particular can really make a difference for you.
I'd love to know your love language and/or comments as your reading this book.