A piece of information I would love to share with you today is to learn your primary love languages, if you aren’t already familiar with them, and also learn the love languages of people close to you. I’ve found the best website. If you’re interested in founding your love languages in a romantic relationship, choose “married” (even if you’re just dating—the same principles will apply) or choose “single” if you’d like to know your love languages in the context of friendships.
I’ve learn that we love other people the way we ourselves wish to be love, but if you want to truly care for someone, you need to find out what makes them feel most loved…and attempt your best to love them that way. For example my love language involves a whole lot of quality time. You could by me a wonderful gifts and shower me with loving words of affirmation, clean my apartment and car and I’ll appreciate those things and feel love and be ever so grateful, but quality time…that’s what makes me emotional and really touch me beyond what anything else can. I tend to show my love to others by being around them, making the time to go do something together whether it’s the park, dinner or a movie because it’s what makes most sense to me, but I need to remember that we are not all the same in this way. Next time you speak to a loved one whether a friend or someone you’re dating or married to, ask them how they like to be loved or shown love to. It will make all the difference. Just some food for thought.
Here is the link to the assessment!!!