I never knew there were love languages. This made me put things into perspective!
It's been awhile but if my memory serves me correctly, the couple where the husband left his wife for a younger girl and realized his heart wasn't into it and went back to his wife.
That you need to LISTEN to your spouse's love language. He may speak it out of his mouth but his actions will
Enjoying every listen.
Yes, especially for those who want to keep the strong bonds in marriage. It's a good guide if you are seeking to know what works best for you & your partner.
Knowing exactly what love language works best for your spouse and yourself.
Take a closer look at the way I relate within my marriage.
Yes. It is something I think would be good to go back and listen to every few years at least.
I would recommend this to anyone. It is fitting for anyone in a relationship, wanting to be in a relationship, having to get along with coworkers, as well as anyone with kids. Everyone would benefit from reading/listening to this book. Very practical information complete with detailed examples of how to put it into practice to help your relationships.
This book is packed with amazing info that totally shifted my perspective.
I learned my wife's love language! Now I know why she complains about my
Desire to listen
Not sound so fatherly
Listen and learn about what my partner is saying so that i can learn what he needs to feel loved.
Very insightful lessons. The ideas make so much sense and it also helped me to understand myself a little better.
Sound advice that works--not a gimmick, but a description of real principles that the author has distilled down to five love languages. I appreciate the author reading his own work--I think that a "good" reading by a sincere author beats a "great" reading by an unaffiliated narrator, since there is passion and knowledge and authenticity from the author. I believe in this so much that I have purchased the book, CD's, or mp3 audio files of this work for 7 of my siblings and in-laws.
Separation of church and psychology. This book had a plethora of 'parables' but no real tools that I think most of us can adopt ino our own lives.
I don't think someone who sees religion as such a central life/love ingredient could write a book without all the preaching.
The reading was fair to midland.
It is good and present the topics in an eloquent and consistent flow.
I am new to audiobooks and had not listened to much. However, The 7 Secret of Highly effective people is also a very beautiful book to listen to
Yes. He is clear and consistent
The five languages are enough lesson to learn and practise.
If this book has done nothing else, it did give me some perspective on the way my spouse thinks.