How do you give and receive love?
Do you know which of the 5 Love Languages you use most in your relationships to express love to your significant other? If your primary love language is quality time, you need to spend time with your partner. For some lovers, getting undivided attention is the best gift of all. People with this love language feel most loved when their partner switches into airplane mode for date night. You enjoy taking walks together, sitting on the couch with the TV off, or having a nice meal where you can both talk and listen. For you, relationships are investments of time spent together. If your primary love language is acts of service, you need to help out your partner. For some people, actions speak louder than words. Instead of having a partner gush about their love, people with this love language would show it by volunteering to do a chore, offering up an indulgent massage, or making dinner. You enjoy doing something for your significant other that you know they would like. You enjoy cooking a meal, washing the dishes, and running errands so your significant other is not burdened by these chores. For you, relationships are investments of acts of kindness. If your primary love language is words of affirmation, you need to communicate with your partner. This language is all about vocally affirming your loved ones. Think lot's of "I love you," "You're so awesome," "I'm so proud of you." You enjoy using words to build up your significant other. So which one do you use the most? Find out now!