We all interact with the world in ways that are as unique as ourselves.
There are thinkers and feelers, introverted and extroverted people, highly sensitive and intuitive people, as well as endless other ways of processing the world around us.
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 six main love styles that we use to communicate: Physical, Practical, Presents, Kind Words, Activity, and Kinship.
We each have an “emotional love tank” that constantly needs replenishing. When our emotional tank is empty, we feel unloved, unappreciated, and our relationships wither.
Most problems in our relationships with other people come from speaking in different love styles, 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 physical affection.
In this free love styles quiz, you’ll find out what your primary love style is. Discovering your love style will help you to communicate with others how you prefer to receive love.
This test can also help you to understand your loved ones better and enhance a deeper sense of interbeing and spiritual connectedness with them.
So feel free to also encourage your loved ones to take this love styles quiz so that the two of you can find out how to speak their love style as well.
(✬ By the way, if you’d like deeper support in strengthening and healing your relationships after taking this test, check out our Healing Relationships Bundle for more guidance and empowering resources!)
What did you get?
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Words of affirmation: Have craved these since birth. I don’t know what to do. I feel like a puppy in a dog show, rolling over and doing tricks but getting no natural results. When they’re offered to me, it is because someone is trying to flatter me to get ca$h.
“Oh, you know, your grandmother and I are so proud of you. She always talks about how you’re the only person in our family with a PhD from a highly ranked university, speak four languages, have traveled all over the world to model and exhibit her work as an internationally recognised visual artist whose work is displayed in Michelin starred restaurant. Uhmm… I need $6000 to pay my dental bills because I had a fancy gum cleaning from Madonna’s dentist.”
Quality time was my result on the quiz and I do wish I had more of it with my boyfriend
These are truly great
Love lonerwolf.comâ€“ extremely informative and lots to consider!
while in therapy over the years I learned that the things we crave in our relationships are the things we didn’t get from our parents, so we seek out someone who ‘WON’T be able to give us what we want most, my love language is physical touch, my parents were not very affectionate, I don’t have memories of being hugged or held, no memories of affection. my husband took the test also, his love language is affirmation, and for some reason I am not able to constantly compliment or stroke his ego.. he is not very touchy or affectionate toward me..the one thing I crave most in our relationship
My answer for this test was soooo right! Hugs to the world!
1 Acts of Service (I will love you passionately if you take it upon yourself to do the dishes, take out the trash, keep the house clean/tidy, massage me, etc. … – if you can do that, prepare for a steamy night ☺)
2 Quality Time (just having your undivided attention and spending time doing something fun together makes me happy)
Hello. I wanted to take this test but I am not able to find a link or figure out how to start the text. Was the test remove? Help.