Do you know your spouses love language?
Love languages are the primary way we can show our significant other just how much they mean to us.
Love languages are different for each of us. Often times we show love to others in the way we would like to receive love. If the other does not speak that love language, it can cause conflict in the relationship.
For example, if your spouses love language is quality time and yours is gifts, buying them a gift may seem shallow and empty to them. This will cause conflict when the gift giver thinks they are doing a good thing.
How well do you know what makes your spouse tick?
Can you identify which love languages speak the loudest to them? Below are some ideas to ponder from The Five Love Languages.com
❤️"WORDS OF AFFIRMATION: Words of affirmation are sweet when shared but even sweeter when created together! Write something as a couple—a letter, poem, or story about your love—and tuck it away to enjoy later.
❤️ACTS OF SERVICE: If you know someone going out of town, offer to get their mail, feed their cat, or just ask how you can help them while they are gone!
❤️GIFTS: Get personal with an engraved or monogrammed gift, like a watch or purse. Or keep in the spirit of personal gifts by opting for something a bit more affordable, but include a meaningful note explaining why you selected that gift just for them.
❤️QUALITY TIME: Take a day trip with your sweetie to somewhere neither of you has been before. Take the adventure to another level by using a paper map instead of cell phones, minimizing the distractions from one another.
❤️PHYSICAL TOUCH: Physical touch does not need to be complicated! Spend a day extra focused on your hands and how you can communicate love through them. You might find yourself giving many more high fives, hugs, and pats on the back to those around you." The Five Love Languages.com
How can you demonstrate your love for your spouse today?
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