Have you ever given your spouse a gift and gotten a lukewarm response - as if your spouse wasn't nearly as excited about the gift as you were? You may have been expressing your affection, but maybe receiving gifts isn't what makes your spouse feel loved. What does, then? Author Gary Chapman says there are five "love languages," or five general ways people communicate love: through words of affirmation, gifts, physical touch, quality time and acts of service. So what is your spouse's love language? And what's yours? Listen in as Chapman offers insights in a light-hearted, humor-filled discussion based on his best-selling book, The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts.
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Date:March 18, 2011
Location:Salt Lake City, UT
Wonderful information about enhancing the quality of relationships. Even though the conversation was primarily focused on the marriage relationship, it applies equally well for any relationship: parents, siblings, children, other family or friends. Intimacy can be cultivated in any relationship.