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You love your child, but does your child feel loved?

Every child has a unique way of feeling loved. When you discover your child's love language - and how to speak it - you can build a solid foundation for your child to trust you and flourish as he or she grows.

In this audiobook for parents, teachers, single parents, and more, Drs. Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell offer practical advice for how to:

  • Discover and speak your child's love language - in dozens of ways!
  • Use the love languages to help your child learn best
  • Discipline and correct more lovingly and effectively

©2016 Moody Publishers (P)2016 Oasis Audio

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So valuable

I am starting much later than I should with learning these lessons.
My daughter is 24 and pregnant with her second child. She has been through a painful past of divorce and her own marriage is rocky.
My stepson is 16 and very willful and uncommunicative
I plan to use the principles in this book to help with our relationships
I want to be the loving parent and grandparent that they need
Thank you so much for making this book available on audio

9 of 9 people found this review helpful

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Find their way to love

3 children, all of them love and need to be loved differently. Gary's book helped me find my wife's language and really brings it to life as my kids grow and start to develop the way they need to be loved. This book is a must to help parents for the future or to help fix what we've done in the past. Great read/listen!

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Excellent for all ages from young parents to grandparents!

Whether you work in the education system, church, or a parent this book is excellent to understanding and meeting the love language of children of all ages.
This book was helpful for me as a parent to look back at what may need addressed in my younger years as a parent to my 3 adult children now age 34 to 45. It is never too late to open up communication and gain understanding and wisdom over misunderstandings and offenses in life.
As a grandparent it helps me with supporting my grown children and being loving and nurturing to my 4 grandchildren. I highly recommend this book!

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Love!

I've been implementing this book over the last couple months it's taken me to listen it, and I see a significant improvement in my child's behavior. I'm anxious to see how it will improve my marriage.

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  • K-Mack
  • PINELLAS PARK, FL, US
  • 04-19-18

Everything I Needed to Hear

Where does The 5 Love Languages of Children rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

So far this is my favorite book.

What did you like best about this story?

Understanding the 5 Love Languages.

Which character – as performed by Chris Fabry – was your favorite?

All of them.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Yes when understanding what my childrens love language is.

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Everything I was hoping for and then some!

Easy to listen to. Real anecdotes and doable suggestions that WORK. Also chapters for single parents, divorced, and married advice. If you are hesitating-stop and just get this book. I have shared it with the parents of struggling kids/teens...and without fail those who actually implement these principles consistently are ASTOUNDED by the results. I love to give this as a gift to new parents too.

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Useful and Hopeful

While I knew this was coming from a Christian background I was still shaken by the harsh and depressing outlook on single parents. As well as the absence of a two parent one gender family. But put that aside and the content is still useful and really tries to give parents of children at any age hope that they can still improve their relationships

Basic premise is really useful and lots of the examples help paint a broad picture of how to make these ideas your own. While I don't agree with it all I definitely changed my behavior immediately as a parent. The guidance was grounding as a mother of two young children- my relationship with my oldest- a 3yr old, has already improved. Im putting it on my husband's list of books to read.

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Simple easy to follow advice

What a difference it has made for our family in recognizing each child's individual love language, I wish I would have found this along time ago but it's applicable to all ages of children and I'm glad we found it now!

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Some good ideas, but christian propaganda ruins it

This is a decent book, with some genuinely good thoughts on love and parenting, however some parts of the books are trying too hard to tie in christianity.
It makes the book feel cheap, and it actually lessens the value of some of the book, since it should be about family, and family is always important, no matter what you believe in, if anything at all.

This is perhaps a marketing ploy to sell more in the US, but for me as a European it just seems uneducated and cheap.

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Some gems, too much god/religion

There are definitely some gems of advice in this book but the author seems to think that Christian values are the core of successful relationships. He also seems to think either a family is intact or one parent has abandoned the family altogether; seemingly ignoring a separated family where both parents are still active. Those were some annoying details for me but otherwise some good perspective.

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  • Henna
  • 08-06-18

A good guide for parents and carers

This book provides helpful tools for parents and carers to use the concept of love languages in raising children. I have used some ideas with my daughter and feel they work. The Christian ethics in the book seem to have a more conventional connotation, which might feel slightly abrasive to some readers, but I feel that the concept makes sense and I will continue to use the techniques presented. I feel the book could have been more concise, but on the other hand I would have liked more practical examples. I think the book could have been more of a handbook where you can dip in when you need guidance, but the audiobook structure with no titles to the chapters doesn't really lend itself to such use. All in all I still feel that listening to the book was worth it, even if it took me quite some time to plough through.

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  • terri
  • 06-07-18

Great eye opening book

I started reading this book to learn more about children and emotions it’s been perfect and I’ve learnt so much about my parenting skills and how to improve them!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-06-18

read it :)

This is exactly what i expected: good read, practical tips, thoughtfully written. i liked how it addressed single parents and married couples too

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  • Alex Chernenko
  • 02-22-18

The book opened up my eyes about 5 love languages.

Definitely recommending it to others. Raising 3 kids is challenging. Good I still have time to catch up.
Also quite enjoyed the narrator's voice.

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  • Ali
  • 08-05-17

Instant results in our home

Started implementing the strategies in the book this afternoon. Sent the children to bed half an hour ago and have not heard any of them going to a sibling to fill an emotional need like they usually would.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-25-16

very interesting

never too late to learn the language of love. an insight into our childrens world of love. made me reflect on my own parenting style.

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  • Beth
  • 07-19-18

Very interesting

Definitely makes you think. Even if you don't have trouble in your relationships, it helps to understand the needs of others and yourself.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-07-17

God bothering and bible bashing.

All the Christian god bothering and bible bashing in this book makes it very difficult to listen to and undermines the primary message. Teaching children religion is child abuse.

1 of 5 people found this review helpful