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The 5 Love Languages Profile for Couples—for Him. The 5 Love . The answer to those questions is the purpose of this book. It is not that the books and . pdf The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts Simple ideas, lasting love My mother in law gave me this book and I hesitated reading it because it. The Five Love Languages is the biggest seller book when it comes to relationship advice. And for good reasons: it's short and to the point and.
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. I can relate here.
I had a girlfriend whose language of love was gifts, and she always came up with super personalize gifts for me. Often of little value but requiring work and thought.
Especially hurtful is missing gifts for celebrations, birthday and anniversaries. Savers feel good about themselves when they save money, so when savers are in a relationship with a partner whose language of love is gifts, it could create problems. But, the author says, by not downloading gifts you ARE downloading for yourself.
You are downloading emotional security and self-worth. You are caring for yourself… And hurting your spouse. People whose love language are acts of service appreciate concrete help as a sign of love. You use your own time and resources to take a load off their shoulders.
For example, you can both speak acts of service as your love language but value different type of services. He might feel his duty is mowing the lawn but she should take care of the children. Chapman recommends you ask your spouse to come up with a list of tasks she wold appreciate help with. Refusing to help and broken promises are particularly painful for those who speak acts of service as their love language. Partners whose main love language is physical touch will fell your love when you kiss them, hug them, cuddle, have sex and hold each other after sex.
Even here there are different dialects which are expressed through situational physical touch and which parts of the body one likes most. My Note: Read more on 4 ways men touch women wrong.
Lack of touching is of course particularly painful for people whose main love language is physical touch. For children, if his primary love language is touch, he will remember a slap for his whole life.
While it presents great and key insights, I believe equally important for relationships, if not more so, is the work of Dr. Unscientific But Valid! However, they seem to lend some scientific credibility to the 5 Love Languages See: The 5 Love Languages is a great book.
Anyone interested in a successful relationship -and we should all be- will gain reading it. Below I address some common critics leveled against it. The 5 Love Languages has been heavily criticize over time. One of the main critics is that Chapman recommends a woman to try to revive her marriage on her own.
And since her husband always wants more sex with her, he recommends her to have sex once a week first and then increase it to two times a week. If one wants to give it a try to revive a marriage -or any relationship for that matter-, why not to start from oneself first?
One the sex question, if one party wants to have more sex, there are only three ways to solve it. And it was smart in the sense that sex also underpins an emotional connection, and can be an indicator of an improving relationship. Chapman is a pastor and there are biblical references in the 5 Love Languages.
One of the main criticism against the 5 Love Languages instead is that of having little scientific background. I am ambivalent about it. I believe an experienced and good observer can be better than a few researches in drawing valid theories.