The 5 Love Languages of Children: The Secret to Loving Children Effectively
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You know you love your child. But how can you make sure your child knows it?
The #1 New York Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages® has helped millions of couples learn the secret to building a love that lasts. Now discover how to speak your child’s love language in a way that he or she understands. Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr
In this book, Chapman and Campbell explain each of the five ways a child expresses and receives love. They explain how to iden ...more
For the most part I felt like the "love languages" were well explained but in the later chapters when examples ...more
First, maybe I live under a rock, but it's not immediately apparent from the front cover, back blurb, or early chapters that this book has religious undertones. Religious nonfiction is great for some people and has an important place, but, as I've said with novels that try to sneak a message in in the last quarter, be upfront about ...more
Our experimental test subject (first child) is still a toddler, under the key age for this book; the specific tactics aren't really applicable for under 4s, and you probably want to implement them before the teenage years begin ( ...more
This is the best parenting book I've read. In a nutshell: everyone shows love and desires love in return, but we do it in different ways. Those "ways" are called languages, and are condensed into five types. Receiving love in YOUR language fills your love tank. Kids ...more
Popsugar Challenge 2020 - A book with a made-up language
This book is about exploring how your children (or spouse or co-worker or friend or what-have-you) communicates and how best to match your appreciation of that person to that person's pref ...more
This is another one of those books that could have been covered in a nice article rather than a lengthy book and the elaborations seem ...more
Although the Love Languages books have been out for some time now, I only became acquainted with it myself a few months ago. I had been hearing about the book for many years and was finally compelled to take the test myself online to discover my own love lang ...more
This book was wonderful! I thought it was the most helpful "parenting" book I've read yet. While a few of the examples were really extreme, most of them were great. It was so informative and eye-opening to me to read about the 5 love languages with my children in mind. It was also a great refresher for me since I read the original 5 Love Languages book back in colle ...more
100%-- Well, it's pretty much exactly what the title says. It's formulaic but a good reminder to seek out the way important people in your life like to be loved.
Finished in one day.
I wish I had read this book a lot sooner in my parenting journey. Perhaps it's because I am lacking in so many ways as a mom, but I had so many light bulbs going off while reading this gem. Like always, I will take some advice and leave some advice, but what I will "leave" will be little! I' ...more
this book will teach you how to know your children needs. every child or every person has a different way of feeling love. get to know your child love language. we have to use all the languages with our children but focus on the one they feel loved through.
my kareem feels it from quality time. but tooti through physical touch.
to be honest this book will change your behavior. we need to discipline our children but with LOVE.
LOVE your children and stop abusing them