Quiz: Which Of The 5 Love Languages Do You Use?

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Everyone has one primary love language.

Do you know which of the 5 Love Languages you use most in your relationships to express love to your significant other?

 Feb 08, 2019
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Take this 5 Love Languages assessment based on the book by Dr. Chapman to discover your love language and begin improving your relationships. Your love language profile will explain your primary love language, what it means, and how you can use it to connect to others.

The 5 Love Languages are: 1. Words of affirmation: For those who prefer the words of affirmation language, hearing “I love you” and other compliments are what they value the most. Words hold real value within this language. 2. Quality time: This language is all about giving the other person your undivided attention. Unlike the words of affirmation language, talk is cheap and being a loved one’s main focus leaves quality timers feeling satisfied and comforted. Distractions, postponed dates, or the failure to listen can be especially hurtful to these individuals. Being there for them is crucial. 3. Receiving gifts: This doesn’t necessarily mean the person is materialistic, but a meaningful or thoughtful present it was makes them feel appreciated. 4. Acts of service: For these people, actions speak louder than words. People who speak the language of service want their partner to recognize that their life is rough and help them out in any way possible. Lending a helping hand shows you really care. Basically, if you’re not willing to show your appreciation by doing them a favor, you’re saying you don’t value them. 5. Physical touch: To this person, nothing speaks more deeply than appropriate touch. That doesn’t mean only in the bedroom — everyday physical connections, like hand-holding, kissing, or any type of re-affirming physical contact is greatly appreciated. A person who speaks the language of physical touch isn’t necessarily an over-the-top PDA’er, but getting a little touchy-feely does make them feel safe and loved. While each of these Love Languages is unique, remember that at the end of the day, they are all ways to express the love you have of another.

Want to know more about the 5 Love Languages? Well, Dr. Gary Chapman actually has six different editions! According to the official Love Languages website, there are tests for couples, singles, men, military personnel, children, and teens. Each test is different and catered to that specific topic.

Dr. Gary Chapman has a passion for people, and for helping them form authentic, lasting bonds. Did you know? He actually is a well-known marriage counselor, making him the perfect resource for determining these love languages.

Now, if you want more quizzes about love and romance, you can take them here! But for now, take this 5 Love Languages quiz to see which one suits your personality!