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“Psychologist William James said that possibly the deepest human need is the need to feel appreciated.” -Gary Chapman
Each person feels love in different ways. There is a test you can take the Five Love Languages test here. There are, as it says in the title, 5 love languages; words of affirmation,quality time,rec…
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Handy tips to become a better lover and create happier relationships.
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Get some tips and advice on how to show and express your love using the five love languages. There's even a FREE worksheet & suggestions for each love language!
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How do you express love and how do you receive it?
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100 Words of Affirmation to say to your loved ones to let them know that you appreciate them... lots (Plus a free printable list)
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Learn about the 5 love languages; words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch.
The 5 Love Languages establishes the ways people love and understanding you and your partner makes it more likely to have a successful relationship.
We all interact with the world in ways that are as unique as ourselves. There are thinkers and feelers, introverted and extroverted people, highly sensitive and intuitive people, as well as endless other ways of processing the world around us. It's no surprise then to discover that we each give, receive, and understand love in different ways. Although there are as many love 'dialects' as there are people, there are six main love styles that we use to communicate: Physical, Practical…
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