I was in a fifteen year marriage... Well 15 years living together with the last 4 years married...
I'm now divorced? But with this book I think I will have a successful relationship with my new true love...Jessica 😘😍
Excellent book. Audible version is great when your to tired to read. Listening to it is just as helpful. Every couple should go over this book together. It will help your relationship out thru the power of Jesus Christ. If he is the center of your marriage these 5 love languages, which ever one is your language, will be easier to follow.
Even without taking a deep look into the love languages I can see my spouses and my own love languages. Now I know what to watch for and how to talk to her.
I appreciate the easy to understand method to which he speaks and explains his concepts.
The book really breaks down the concepts in order to love another completely and to be loved completely.
All I can say is, "Wow"!
This book offers simple and practical advice for establishing, maintaining and recovering loving relationships. The author is upbeat and positive in ways that could encourage people to give love a try, even in situations that might seem difficult or hopeless.
My ex actually recommended this book after a heart-felt talk with him about our 17-year-old daughter and my difficulties with her. He was sincere and really trying to help when he told me that this book is helping him in his current marriage. He said it might help me understand our almost-adult teen and how I might be able to better motivate her to be more cooperative by showing my love for her in the way that SHE most needs. And this book was right on the money. I show my kids how I love them in MY love language, which, as my ex accurately stated, is acts of service. But my kids (and my ex) need words of affirmation, and when they don't do their service, I don't shower them with kind words. So this book and its advice is going to change my life and might repair a very difficult relationship with my teen, whom I love dearly but I didn't have much patience with her when she started pulling away and acting differently in her early teen years. I am now going to read the other version of this book aimed at children.
Thanks Dr Chapman!