by Tamera Lynn Kraft
Many times, people try to show love, but they don’t show it in a way others accept. This happens because we don’t understand the differences in love languages. When we try to love their family member using our love language, but our loved one has a different love language, miscommunication can happen. That’s why it is important to understand love languages. There are 5 love languages.
Words of Affirmation: You feel loved when people affirm you with their words.
Acts of Service: You feel loved when people do things for you.
Receiving Gifts: You feel loved when people give you gifts.
Attention: You feel loved when people give you their undivided attention.
Affection or Physical Touch: You feel loved when you are touched appropriately.
Now that you know a little about love languages, your challenge for today is to do these four steps to enhance your relationships.
Step One: Take this test online at this link to find out what your love language is.
Step Two: Tell your spouse or a close loved one what your love language is.
Step Three: Find out your spouse’s, children’s, and close loved one’s love languages. If they are willing to take the test, have them do so.
Step Four: Because it is more important to give than to receive, plan to do something special for your loved ones using their love language.