The Sixth Love Language

10 Responses

  1. Melanie says:

    I need to read this book, and remember this post and come back to it for a reminder when I start dating.

  2. One of my favorite books.

  3. Excellent concepts to apply to everday life.

  4. Reblogged this on Solving Maria and commented:
    This is the basis of understanding, but remember it’s a two way street.

  5. Oh, I am so guilty of not wanting to learn another language… hmm. Thank you for sharing this post and the book.

  6. Like your new layout and colour scheme.

  7. dodlebug says:

    This must be a regular habit for new divorcees. After my seperation, a good friend brought this book to my attention. It brought light to a lot of the issues that my marriage experienced, but like you, it taught me to read deeper into a person and improve upon myself.

    I love your blogs BTW, I always relate to almost each one. Keep up the good work!

  8. Chaz says:

    I find the love languages quite valid and helpful. I find it natural human tendency to communicate love in the language that is meaningful to us. It is essential we learn the language of our spouse and speak to them in that language. Failing to do so could leave them starving in loneliness while sitting right beside us. I have been that person. Both the starving and the starved. It has to be one of the most common forms of relationship oblivion.

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