The Five Love Languages

The Five Love Languages

Audiobook CD - 2006
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Dr. Gary Chapman identifies five basic languages of love and then guides couples towards a better understanding of their unique languages of love. Learn to speak and understand your mate's love language, and in no time you will be able to effectively love and truly feel loved in return. Skillful communication is within your grasp!
Publisher: Ashland, Or. : Blackstone Audio ; Prince Frederick, MD : Distributed by Recorded Books, [2006], p2006
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780786160334
0786160330
Characteristics: 4 sound discs (5 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in

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This book has taught me what my love languages are. It was something I struggled with all my life because I got hurt by there peoples actions. After reading this book I learned that it was because they, as everyone does, has different primary love languages. My two are quality time and gift giving. I thank Gary Chapman for showing me this valuable tool.

ArapahoeMarla Aug 23, 2017

His opening observation is how couple have a tendency to drift apart after they are married for about 2 years. The rest of the book is based on how each person perceives love differently and if not recognized the relationship will suffer. This being the foundational book, other books have followed speaking to specific scenarios, like for teens, singles or military. It is simple yet profound, well worth understanding.

Cynthia_N Mar 09, 2017

Life altering! This is one of those books that I think everyone should read. It's a quick, easy read but it is full of information that can be used in almost every relationship (parent, child, spouse, friend).

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FerndaleAdultSRC
Jun 23, 2015

It is nice to get a perspective in how to communicate with our significant others and discover primary ways we communicate feelings of love and admiration.

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DJHIDE
Oct 24, 2014

Amazing book my partner and I both read it we now understand each other and our relationship is as good as it has ever been, must read small easy read

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LHUNT314
Apr 19, 2013

The reader of this audio book is Gary Chapman, the author. He is a good reader and easy to listen to. I feel the advice he gives in this book makes sense. Couples struggling with marriage will learn how love can be more effectively expressed to their spouses by using their primary love language. When you are not using the right love language, your spouse will feel unloved and will likely withdraw, become critical, nagging, or even cruel. Even happily married couples can benefit from the information in this book since it never hurts to know your spouse better.

HanakoGal Jun 25, 2012

My brother found this book and then sugested it. So now all of my family have read it and love it. It has helped me see why I do some things and how/what my family feel and think. Also it was interesting to just see how different people are. I've now read it a second time and loved it again. I learned a lot more after a few years and with a second reading.

HanakoGal May 06, 2012

I loved reading this book. I wanted to read the Single’s Edition since it has some different things from the original book. It talks about the stages of romantic love, and also how the love languages relate to co-workers, parents, room-mates, and of course: Dating. All the examples and stories in the book are from real singles Gary Chapman has talked to. They were very helpful for understanding situations and people, and how to apply the different love languages. I feel like I have learned a lot. There are questions at the end of each chapter to get you thinking and to help you improve. The book was easy to read and enjoyable. I looked forward to what each chapter had to say. This book, like the original one, has a test to help you find your own love language.

Phelix N Vanzant Mar 10, 2012

Outstanding book, enjoyed it very much.

MadReads Feb 05, 2012

I highly recommend The Five Love Languages for married (or living as married) couples (religious or non-religious). In my opinion, Chapman doesn't reference the Bible or God enough to make his suggestions unappealing or alienating for nonreligious couples.

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