WOW! Author Gary Chapman has worked as a marriage counselor for thirty years.
He wrote this book with the five love languages that he identified : Quality Time, Words of Affirmation, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch.
Today we have forgotten what the words “for as long as you both shall live” truly mean.” I believe that marriage is a commitment that—in most cases, should be kept and valued.
This book helps to identify the wants and needs of your partner.
Everybody is a unique individual with specific wants and needs. Chapman helps to clarify the differences between these identities by illustrating each love language with some real-life examples that he has gathered throughout his career as a marriage counselor.
This book is great read as it makes you realize so much about your partner, family, friends and even yourself. You can do this simply by recognizing and learning about the love language(s) that you and your loved ones most identify with.
Chapman makes this an easy read with his friendly and comedic writing.
Chapman has created a life changing and marriage saving book. Relationships are two-way streets, it is not just what you can get out from them, but what you can provide as well. You find someone you love and then you put forth that effort to keep that relationship thriving. This book is the perfect help.
It doesn’t matter if you have been married for a long time or are newlyweds, this book is great for building a successful relationship. It also makes a great gift for the soon to be wed crowd.
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman is one of the most rewarding and captivating books I have ever read. By focusing upon the needs of others, you will build the deepest relationships possible