Your love language will be understood by those fluent enough to listen and reciprocate. It's not your duty to teach people how to love you.
It takes more than the occasional great date to keep your relationship afloat. The concept of love languages is actually quite simple. There are five of them, each describing an expression of—you guessed it—love. The key is discovering which love language you and your partner respond to the most, then regularly putting that into practice. There are four love languages, and we shall list and discuss.
Words of Affirmation: Saying nice things to your partner and complimenting them if that's what the need is, fulfill it.
Gifts: Flowers. wine, special things they enjoy. If your partner is all about receiving and gift giving, please be mindful.
Acts of Service: Doing the dishes, helping with the baby in ways you don't, or running an errand for them is a special type of love. Express it.
Quality Time: Quality time with no interruptions is what this language speaks of. Doing something with them that they love is the biggest form of affection for this person.
Physical Touch: Physical expression of love, sexual or not, including massages, holding hangs, kissing and hugging or just allowing the touch of you to carees them.
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Goddess Shel and Queen Candance
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