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The 5 Love Languages
If you are in a relationship and struggling to understand your partner or build any meaningful bond with them, the chances are that you are yet to understand the concept of love languages.
Love languages simply refer to the gestures or actions that make us feel loved. Also, it describes how we receive love from others, especially our partners.
Words of Affirmation
Words of affirmation involve using words of encouragement, positivity, and compliments. For instance, congratulating your partner, saying things like “thanks for everything” or “great job” is a way to use Words of affirmation.
If positive words and compliments make you happy and loved, then words of affirmation are probably your Primary love language.
Acts of Service
Acts of service involve helping your partner out with tasks or taking care of specific chores to help reduce their burden. If you feel more emotionally attached to your partner when they help you with tasks, then acts of service are probably your Primary love language.
We all love gifts, especially when you haven’t solicited for them. If you feel butterflies in your belly each time you get a gift from your partner, then “receiving gifts” is probably your love language.
Without spending quality time with your partner, it’s almost impossible to build a lasting relationship. But if going on dates, going to see a movie together, finding different opportunities to be alone together gives you unusual vibes and feelings, then that may be your love language.
What goes through your mind when your partner tries to show you affection through physical contact such as holding hands, hugging, cuddling, kissing, or laying together?
If they make you feel loved and more attracted to your partner, then “physical touch” is probably your primary love language.
There you go. The five love languages capable of strengthening any relationship when leveraged correctly. Unlock your partner’s primary language today and you won’t have to struggle before making them happy.