Love, a language? Oh, I am most definitely not fluent.
I took the love language quiz again…I only remembered half-way. I needed the full deets on my inner psyche. It’s free! You just have to create short profile.
It’s been pretty popular in years past and become a bit of a cliche but….In case you don’t know what a “love language” is, here goes: Your love language is the way someone needs to communicate with you in order for you to feel connected and ultimately loved. I’m sure there’s someone in your life that just flummoxes you. You know, like you just don’t know what really makes them happy. You should take the quiz for yourself and then get them to take it. This is not just for romantic relationships; you can use the language results for children, parents, friends, co-workers, etc.
This is not to say you need to make someone else happy all the time by showering them with gifts (if they’re like me…). I just think it’s a great tool to understand why someone did not respond the way you assumed they would to your actions and to maybe increase your connections.
Especially with the holidays happening like tomorrow, it’s something that might help you have a smoother time conversing with relatives…hah! Hey, you never know. I found an interesting post about using it romantically if that’s what you’re looking for.
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It’s insanely valid for me. I know how much I appreciate getting a little note or present because it’s a physical sign that someone cared and was thinking about me. It’s not about the actual material thing I receive. I’m 100% sure this is why I love giving presents to everyone around me! I love it so much that I just want to share that good feeling it gives me.
Words of Affirmation
Acts of Service