How knowing your love language can save your relationships

The concept of love languages was developed in 1992 when Dr. Gary Champan figured out that there are five distinct ways...people express love — whether it be to a platonic friend, family member or a romantic partner.Words of Affirmation.People with this as their top love language value verbal acknowledgments as their preferred method of affection.Quality Time.Those who prioritize quality time feel most loved when their partner spends time with them in person.Acts of Service.Anyone who enjoys acts of service is the type of person who feels loved and appreciated...when their partner goes out of their way to make their life easier.Gifts.Those with this love language feel most appreciated when they are given a “visual symbol” of love.Touch.Physical signs of affection are prioritized and physical intimacy is a powerful emotional connection for them

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