The 5 Love Languages
According to therapist Gary Chapman, everyone speaks different “love languages” and that everyone does it in their own unique way.
Unhappy couples have clashes in their relationship because their need for experiencing love is different to their partner’s needs. Below are the modes of emotional expression, which one are you? Which one is your partner? Are they different?
- Words of Affirmation – To be verbally acknowledged
- Quality Time – To enjoy companionship
- Receiving Gifts – To be given tokens of love
- Acts of Service – To have their partners do tasks for them
- Physical Touch – To be in contact via the body
On the surface these 5 languages of love appear simple, however so few couples function in accordance to their partner’s language, therefore not giving them what they need. Nonetheless, when this new language of love is applied to the relationship, it has the power to change the climate between two people. To learn more about the “The 5 Love Languages” and more about how to save your relationship or if your single, take your first steps, contact Sigal Consulting today.