Yes, the narrator is the author which really comes through in the stories. His teachings make so much sense to how my wife and I feel loved.
His stories come alive because you can tell that they are his actual experiences.
Yes absolutely and I already have. Such good real world examples.
The real life scenarios and his explanations
Very well read.
To understand my wife and kids better
I've been fortunate to read the hard copy (and I don't read too good :)) but I must admit (and perhaps its just me) I was able to digest fully the stories and concepts of this Audio recording. Added to that, Its a real treat to have the audio book narrated by the actual author plus a short interview in the beginning outlining the background of this book.
I'd highly recommend this audio to couples in search of some peace in their own relationship (yes, you too guys, especially the guys... its not called the LOVE languages for nothing *hint hint*) and/or people who like to learn more about how different people tick!
and btw, you DON'T have to have a marital issue to learn something from this Author, Gary Chapman. LIKE!
Yes. I think it really helped in changing my views and actions toward my wife and our relationship. I think listening to it every so often would be a great refresher (and you will probably pick up on something new each time).
Very easy to relate to. Once you realize what love language you yourself are speaking, it makes everything start to click...then you almost have this innate desire to ask your spouse questions and find hut how your can better your communication with them.
The fact that there are so many different languages, and that the one you are speaking might not be communicating love to your spouse like you think it is.
I can not answer that question as I have not read the printed version. However I will say that the Audible version is very good.
The couple who after 30 years of marriage where given a new license to love. All their stories were heart warming and encouraging.
His passion for helping people and understanding them. He wasn't afraid to admit he was wrong, he wasn't afraid to try new techniques to help people, he wasn't afraid to tell his story, really humble caring man.
A belief that my marriage can be happier and healthier than it is currently. Listening to mine and my husband's love language prompts.
Thanks for the caring and guidance. Great book.
Yes, it was a great listen and because there is so much information I was already planning to re-enjoy listening in the next week or so.
The interaction of relationships and life is the story line / main character of his various clients.
The inflection of the reader truly makes you FEEL like you are there when he is giving advice to his clients.
Get off of your duff and start listening to what you say and do!!!
The cheapest counseling session ever!!!
Yes To remind me men and women are different
Understanding how opposite sex thinks about things
Reflective, insightful, simple
Try to speak others language by giving them what they want even if it may not be my preferred language. Accept the way others show me love and appreciation.
The other reviews I read made me think this would be full of great insights. I had to fast forward through the first part, which was a long, self-congratulatory interview with the author. The five languages were no big surprise - kind words, gift-giving, service, touching, and quality time. All five are good things to do for your loved ones. I'd call this a case of Expando Publishing - taking what should be a brochure or flyer and expanding it into a full length book.
you have heard that love is what is left after the honeymoon, but learning this 5 lenguages will give you the motor you need to star every day a love day, it is fun and rewarding to be fluent in this lenguages.
That, discovering that love last as long as you want.
as I said a must for endurance