Healthy Relationships Are Good For the Soul

Healthy relationships with friends, family, in the workplace, and with intimate partners are rewarding and fulfilling. To nurture meaningful relationships, it is critical to identify the love language of others and know and share your own. Dr. Chapman discuses five distinct love languages in his book: receiving gifts, acts of service, words of affirmation, quality time, and physical touch. While each of them are present to some degree in everyone, we all have a predominant and secondary love language. This book gave me tremendous insight into myself and has been instrumental in helping me to cultivate lifelong friendships. This is a must read! He has authored several editions to target different audiences.

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