We all interact with the world in ways that are as unique as ourselves.
It’s no surprise then to discover that we each give, receive, and understand love in different ways. Although there are as many love “dialects” as there are people, there are five main love languages we use to communicate: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch.
The 5 Love Languages® by Dr. Gary Chapman presents the idea that we each have an “emotional love tank” that constantly needs replenishing. When our emotional tank is empty, we feel unloved, unappreciated, and our relationships don’t reach their full potential.
Most problems in our relationships with other people come from speaking in different love languages, whether that be with your partner, friend or even child. For example, your husband/wife might complain to you that you “don’t spend enough time with him/her” when you communicate your love through acts of service.
In this free love languages test, you’ll find out what your primary love language is. Discovering your love language will help you to communicate with others how you prefer to receive love.
You might also like to encourage your loved one’s to take this love languages quiz so that you can find out how to speak their love language as well.