The five love languages How to Express Heartfelt commitment to Your Mate\r\nLove begins, or should begin, at home. For me that means Sam and Grace, Dad and Mom, who have loved me for more than fifty years. Without them I would still be seeking love instead of writing about it. Home also means Karolyn, to whom I have been married for more than forty years. If all wives loved as she does, fewer men would be looking over the fence. Shelley and Derek are now out of the nest, exploring new worlds, but I feel secure in the warmth of their love. I am blessed and grateful.\u00a0The five love languages The Secret to love that last .\r\n\r\nI am indebted to a host of professionals who have influenced my concepts of love. Among them are psychiatrists Ross Campbell, Judson Swihart, and Scott Peck. For editorial assistance, I am indebted to Debbie Barr and Cathy Peterson. The technical expertise of Tricia Kube and Don Schmidt made it possible to meet publication deadlines. Last, and most important, I want to express my gratitude to the hundreds of couples who, over the past thirty years, have shared the intimate side of their lives with me. This book is a tribute to their honesty.\r\n\r\nTable of Contents :\u00a0The five love languages The Secret to love that last :\r\n\r\nAcknowledgments\r\n1. What Happens to Love After the Wedding?\r\n2. Keeping the Love Tank Full\r\n3. Falling in Love\r\n4. Love Language #1: Words of Affirmation\r\n5. Love Language #2: Quality Time\r\n6. Love Language #3: Receiving Gifts\r\n7. Love Language #4: Acts of Service\r\n8. Love Language #5: Physical Touch\r\n9. Discovering Your Primary Love Language\r\n10. Love Is a Choice\r\n11. Love Makes the Difference\r\n12. Loving the Unlovely\r\n13. Children and Love Languages\r\n14. A Personal Word\r\nThe Five Love Languages Profile for Husbands\r\nThe Five Love Languages Profile for Wives\r\n\r\nThe five love languages The Secret to love that last :\r\n\r\n \r\nInterpreting and using your profile score :\r\nYour primary love language is the one that received the highest score. You are \u201cbilingual\u201d and have two primary love languages if point totals are equal for any two love languages. If your second highest scoring love language is close in score but not equal to your primary love language, then this simply means that both expressions of love are important to you. The highest possible score for any one love language is 12.\u00a0The five love languages The Secret to love that last.\r\n\r\nYou may have scored certain ones of the love languages more highly than others, but do not dismiss those other languages as insignificant. Your husband may express love in those ways, and it will be helpful to you to understand this about him. In the same way, it will benefit your husband to know your love language and express his affection for you in ways that you interpret as love. Every time you or your husband speak each other\u2019s language, you score emotional points with one another. Of course, this isn\u2019t a game with a scorecard! The payoff of speaking each other\u2019s love language is a greater sense of connection. This translates into better communication, increased understanding, and, ultimately, improved romance.\r\nDownload\u00a0The five love languages for free in FrenchPDF.