The 5 Love Languages

Book review by Deane Barker
tags: relationships
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Gary Chapman
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10/10

Excellent book on why couples might not feel loved in a marriage. It discusses five “love languages,” or methods of expressing love.

Knowing them is valuable, but the larger point is that Person A might not experience love the same way as Person B. Person A might like “Words of Affirmation” and “Physical Touch” and simply assume that Person B is the same. When Person B isn’t, they feel unloved, which starts a cycle.

This is a seminal book on marriage. It should be required reading post-engagement.

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