Everyone needs give and get love. In Love Heals All Wounds, I talk about the Five Love Languages. Remember to take the test and learn your love language and the language of your loved ones. Please share your results.
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Joy2018 we have the same love language. However, it took me a few tries to realize my love language was encouraging words. I like many of the other love languages, but when someone says how amazing I am doing, my heart feels full and loved. I am still working on meeting my loved ones love languages. I love these phrases: I am a work in progress, and God is not finished with me yet. This shows me I can still learn to meet my spouses and children love needs. Thank you again for sharing. It is nice to be able to share with you.
My family and I took the love language quiz. It turns our my main love language is encouraging words. My husbands is acts of service. My one child's is quality time and the other daughter is gift giving. We all to some degree like all of the love languages, but we each feel most loved by our own love language. Now we have to learn how to demonstrate the love language of our family members. I can tell this is going to be a challenge but worth the effort.