Dr. Gary Chapman, Christian marriage counselor and author of The Five Love Languages, helps married couples deal with their unmet needs for love. Because a husband and wife often have different communication styles, it is common for a spouse to not feel or recognize the love given to them. In his bestselling book, The Five Love Languages, Dr. Chapman identifies and explains five unique communication methods - Quality Time, Words of Affirmation, Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch. Then he encourages couples to learn how to speak love in their spouse's primary love language, not their own. Love is something you do for someone else, not yourself. Begin today.
Wonderful read| Posted February 05, 2014
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman is a very useful book in understanding your spouse and or significant other and their love language. Gary Chapman's defintion of "love language" is how you can express or experience love with your significant other. The five love languages that is talks about are gifts, quality of time, words of affirmation, acts of service and physical tough. Though he does say the list of the five love languages is exhaustive. This was such a great read and I would recommend it to any couple.