We have different styles of communicating and letting each other know that we care.
The 5 Love Languages is a wonderful book . It helped my wife and I develop a successful and loving way
to communicate, share our love and feelings and transcend life’s challenges.
We each have a predominant love language. Which is yours?
Which is your partners? What about your parents and children?
|Words of Affirmation: Words matter. This person treasures hearing, “I love you.” Honest compliments and praise mean a great deal, and insults or harsh words are taken to heart.|
Quality Time: This person wants your undivided attention. The gift of your time is worth more than any material present you could give.
Receiving Gifts: From trinkets and flowers to diamond rings and season tickets, this person feels loved when you present them with a token of your affection.
Physical Touch: A gentle hand on the shoulder, a peck on the cheek, a warm embrace or simply sitting beside this person makes them feel loved.
Make sure that you discover your love language, your partners and the members of your family.
Share them and talk with each other about how you each feel and what you each want in your relationship together.
On this Father’s Day, you can communicate with your husband, Dad, Stepfather, etc and let them know how wonderful they are. Acknowledge them in the best way so that they feel how much you love them and know that they are loved and cared for.
The Mega Coach