Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Review: The Five Love Languages
In the book, Gary focuses on five distinct love languages: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch. If you are like most married couples, you are projecting love in the way that you best receive it. For example, your love language is receiving gifts, and so you give gifts to your spouse. They consider it a nice gesture, but a waste of time and money. And you are hurt because in essence, they are rejecting your heart. Through this book, you will most likely see aspects in which you receive love in all categories. However, through defining your top priorities in your marriage and working to fulfill them in each other, you will have a more satisfying relationship in the long run.
If you are interested in taking the test online or for more "Five Love Languages" resources, check out the official website at www.5lovelanguages.com
This is a read, re-read and read again book. It is one that you can pass on to other married couples, buy for a wedding gift, or even read as a single person preparing for your future spouse. For more information on, "The Five Love Languages" or to purchase your favourite Christian books online, check out DeeperShopping.com.