When I first heard about love languages, I’ll admit I was a little bit skeptical. But as I learned more about them and how they actually can benefit your relationships with other people, the more I realized there could be some science behind it.
We have both a primary and secondary love language, and mine are receiving gifts and quality time. Receiving gifts doesn’t mean you’re materialistic. At least the way I interpret it, it means that I appreciate the thoughtfulness and effort put behind each gift I receive. I love handmade gifts vs. store bought (though store bought is fine!). As for quality time, I love when I can spend time on a shared hobby with someone I care about.
How do you love? Maybe you like receiving gifts or having uninterrupted quality time like I do. Maybe you prefer having things done for you that you’re unable to do when you’re not feeling well without having to ask. Or perhaps you need to be reminded of their love for you through words or physical touch like hugs.
Share your love language below. ❤️
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