Everyone has a particular love language, and this book describes each in a clear and concise way. We feel loved, validated, and appreciated in different ways. Some love to be touched and others prefer others to stay out of their bubble. Some want verbal avowals, while others feel appreciated when someone gives them thoughtful gifts or performs tasks to help them.
The book provides thirty pairs of statements in which you choose which one better reflects your preference. After you answer each pair, you can decipher what your love profile is, and how to interpret it.
This isn’t just a book to determine how your love language affects a romantic interest, but also non-romantic relationships and acquaintances. I love the premise of this book and feel it can help people to better understand themselves as well as their friends and loved ones. Discovering more about ourselves, and how we can and do affect others will only enhance or experiences and make us grow.
The 5 love languages are Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch.
I received a complimentary copy of this book.