Great at helping understand why things sometimes go the way they do and why you feel certain ways. I'm not usually into the self-help type stuff, but I really enjoyed it and learned a lot.
Being a woman I also listened to this book with my husband and it really opened our eyes to see what we should of known all along. Sometimes you just need to be set on the right path.
If you are looking for some advice whether you are already in a relationship or not this book really helps you find your way and gives you great tips.
I struggled in the sixties to get a college education, barely graduated, spent a life in the phone company as a technician in a call center.
The author, who reads his own composition, has some good ideas about expressing love, in five major ways. He calls these ways, love languages, and proposes that everyone has one special language that they like to receive love in. I myself find that I like to receive love in all five ways, with no one way dominating. This is a must-read book for people educated in technical educations that left out any kind of emotional maturity, and then find their lives empty in their careers. You'll probably be sorry you didn't read this book earlier, but it is never too late to read, and to learn how to love in a mature understanding way.
Not only did the reader do a great job but the material was explained very well. I've had this book sitting in my house for around 16 years. I wish that I would have read it a long time ago. I'll be listening to this book a few more times.
Every time he connected to my feelings of our twenty year marriage. I look forward to the next twenty plus years!
The expressions that his voiced carried would have been hard to get from the book.
How to express love for other in ways that they will better appreciate.
This book is on my top five list of non-fiction books.