Have a Magnificent Day!

Have a Magnificent Day!

Do You Know Your Love Language?


Would you like to feel loved and satisfied in your relationships?
Do you want to experience joy, happiness and fulfillment now?
Do you want the most important people in your life to feel nurtured and loved?

There are five main love languages.
If your primary love strategy is not satisfied, you cannot feel totally loved.
If you do not satisfy your partners primary love strategy, they cannot feel totally loved.


You may intellectually know your partner loves and cares for you, but that is different than feeling it and being physically and emotionally satisfied.

How important is it for you to feel totally loved?
How important is it for your partner to feel totally loved?
What would happen to your relationship and the quality of your lives if you and your partner felt totally loved?

People have different styles of communicating and letting each other know that we care.
“The 5 Love Languages” is a wonderful book by Gary Chapman.


Here are the 5 Love Languages:

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.


Acts of Service: Doing household chores or helping out in the home office is, to this person, the equivalent of saying, “I adore you.”

If a person has a primary love language of physical touch, you can tell them how much you love them and bring them all of the flowers and gifts in the world and they will not feel totally loved unless you touch them.

If a person’s love language is quality time and you do all kinds of things for them and touch them a lot they will not feel totally loved until you spend quality time with them.


Is this making sense to you?  People have different strategies to communicate and feel certain feelings.  A person is wired a certain way and if you want to share your love with them and want them to feel totally loved than you need to discover their love strategy and effectively communicate with them.

You do this unconsciously without even knowing it.  However, you may not be using a person’s primary strategy, so although they feel good, until you satisfy their primary strategy they will not feel fulfilled.

Below is a link to a simple process that will let you know your primary strategy and ranking order.
It takes a few minutes and the information is priceless.


Have fun!

:) Lee
The MEGA Coach




Previous Posts

Kindness, The Highest Form of Wisdom
                        “A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees.  The greatest ...

posted 12:00:04am Oct. 02, 2015 | read full post »

Everything Is Spirit
“Everything is Spirit – in essence, though hidden in manifestation.  If you had the perception, you would see God in everything.” Paramahansa Yogananda On this day of your life I believe God wants you to know… …everything is ...

posted 12:00:19am Oct. 01, 2015 | read full post »

Life’s Lessons
By Andy Rooney I’ve learned…. the best classroom in the world is at the feet of an elderly person. I’ve learned…. when you’re in love, it shows. I’ve learned…. just one person saying to me, ‘You’ve made my day!’ makes ...

posted 12:00:51am Sep. 30, 2015 | read full post »

A Positive Mental Attitude
Do you have a positive mental attitude? Success is 80% attitude and 20% aptitude. Attitude determines and impacts our results greatly. If you want to know exactly where you are in your life, just observe and take inventory of your ...

posted 12:00:05am Sep. 29, 2015 | read full post »

The Power of Persistence
Young Abe Lincoln 1) Spent his childhood working on the family farm, with long days of back-breaking toil. 2) His mother died when he was just ten years old, leaving his father to raise the children. 3) Went to work for a businessman who ...

posted 12:00:33am Sep. 28, 2015 | read full post »


Report as Inappropriate

You are reporting this content because it violates the Terms of Service.

All reported content is logged for investigation.