Believe it or not, those tough-looking teens are like "love tanks with a leak" - just like the rest of us. Learn which of the five "love languages" most effectively communicates parental affection to your teenagers, and how your loving input can nurture their sense of responsibility, spiritual identity, and security in Christ.
A Great Resource| Posted March 27, 2014 As parents of teens, my husband and I decided to read through this one together, and we learned a lot. If you've read at least one of the other Love Languages books--who hasn't, right?--the information in this book will come as no shocker. Same author, same languages--words of affirmation, gifts, physical touch, acts of service, quality time. But how these same five love languages apply to teens can get tricky.
The book was full of great explanations, lots of examples, and the practical application of each of the five languages. Considering that each person speaks a bit of each, the whole page becomes a great resource. I'd definitely recommend this one to parents and youth workers, and all who want to have a better relationship with the teenagers in their lives. Teens may also benefit from reading, as it could enlighten them as to how they perceive and best receive or seek out love.
**NOTE: Thank you to netGalley and Moody Publishers for this review copy.