I have yet to read this book (I've yet to read any book since I have 2 kids)
This book goes off of the idea that there are Five Love Languages:
1. Words of Affirmation
2. Quality Time
3. Receiving Gifts
4. Acts of Service
5. Physical Touch
I know what kind of Love Language my partner has but I wasn't sure on myself - so I went HERE to take a quiz and find out.
This is what I found out:
My husband had me pegged as an Acts of Service lover - what wife/mother doesn't like help around the house?
I definitely do!
I'm a Quality Time gal!
Now, if you see Physical Touch is least important on my love list - I'm just not touchy feely - I have my reasons and -well... I'm a little broken -in that sense but that is another post for a different day - maybe.
I have no problem loving on my kids but for some reason I just don't think about it with my husband and well...
I need to work at it more and more and be more aware! Because as you can guess my husband is a Physical Touch guy. Going off of my percentage of Physical Touch you can guess that this is a struggle for me. Leaving his little love cup empty when I don't really try and force myself to be aware of his needs.
So. Do you know what type of Love Language you have - what fills your love cup?
How about your spouse's Love Language?