Happy Valentine’s Day, sweet girls! I (Nicole) hope that today, no matter if you have a Valentine or not, you can reflect on all the love in your life. There is so much to be thankful for, friends!
To continue on in our series about relationships, today’s post is about love. There are so many different posts I could have written about love, but I wanted to highlight something that I think is of great importance.
If you’ve never heard of Gary Chapman’s book, you need to get right on Amazon and buy you a copy (they even make one for singles!) The Five Love Languages is such a great read if you want to love your significant other as well as you can… which, I am guessing you do! This book highlights five main love languages (words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch). For me, receiving gifts doesn’t fill my “love tank” as much as words of affirmation. Personally, I respond the most to sweet words. I would much rather get a love letter from my guy or get a sweet text from a friend than get little gifts every now and then.
Why are love languages important?
Knowing your love language allows you to verbalize with your loved ones how you receive their love and knowing your partner’s love language allows you to love them in the way they receive love best.
Knowing each other’s love languages will make a huge difference in your relationship. When you learn how your husband or boyfriend receives loves the best, you will learn how best to fill his “love tank”. In the same way, the more that your man knows your love language, the more that he is able to love you in the way that you feel best.
Want to know more about the love languages?
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