Is there a workbook for the 5 love languages? This workbook will help you strengthen your relationship through actively planning to speak your partner’s love language and asking for what you need according to your own language. You’ve read the bestselling book, The 5 Love Languages, by Gary Chapman.
What are the 5 love languages explained? The five love languages are five different ways of expressing and receiving love: words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch. Not everyone communicates love in the same way, and likewise, people have different ways they prefer to receive love.
What is the strongest love language? The love language preferred by the most people is quality time: 38% rank this as their top love language. Women — those under 45 (41%) and those 45 and over (44%) — are especially likely to say quality time is their favorite way to receive love.
What is the easiest love language to learn? Words Of Affirmation
It’s one of the easiest Love Languages to speak because it doesn’t take a lot of time and doesn’t cost anything. Saying “I love you” is an example of words of affirmation. If Words of Affirmation is your Love Language, it’s important for you to let your partner know.