The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate: Viewer Guide
A CBA Bestseller
Are you and your spouse speaking the same language? Dr. Gary Chapman reveals how different people express love in different ways. What speaks volumes to you may be meaningless to your spouse. But here, at last, is the key to understanding each other's needs. Learn the right language, and soon you'll know the profound satisfactio...more
Second, I'm not in a relationship. So why did I read this? A friend had read it and raved about it and about how everyone should read it to learn about love languages and how it applies to every relationship, whether it's the love of a significant other or a friend.
I cannot agree more. ...more
I found the content helpful but far too lengthy and repetitive, most pages could be boiled down to about a third of wha ...more
The anecdotes were helpful, however, I found myself skimming them because there was so much detail that I couldn’t relate to. Also, at times, there was repetition of ideas that had been well-explained before, so skimmed those paragraphs aw well.
I loved the “your turn” interactive reflection activities, and the book su ...more
For those of you not familiar with the basic concept (and this book is old so I may be the last pe ...more
Full of important and useful information
Revealing secrets to good relationships, Gary Chapman unfolds the information we need to know about our significant other in The Five Love Languages. As a young reader of this nonfiction book, most likely written for the an older generation who has a spouse, I found this book very interesting.
Written in a short and easy way to read, it gave you the right information in one go and in shorter than usual chapters, but of course full of revealing information. ...more
He is likely right about love languages if we are sorting by his criteria. I suspect understanding this concept is great information no matter what the situation is.
I do think he is a bit binary about things in that one really needs to be great at all fiv ...more
Chapman's message is couched in religious trappings, but its knowledge is more than worthy of ignoring that aspect if you are not religious. The value it contains of understanding ...more