The book I have been reading just have me intrigued! I am currently reading The 5 love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts by Gary Chapman. Attention to all the married couples out there, who is struggling with their marriage, I believe in my heart this book will help. I am not even married but If I was, I would read this book to help me. The only question I would ask, “Can this work on relationship?” The ones where couples are just getting to know each other.
To be honest, my three months relationship with someone I really like ended on Easter. He broke up with me. I get heart-broken, angry, a little bitter just thinking about it, and most of all, sad because I felt like three months was wasted. He told me that we were not ‘compatible.’ Do couples have to be compatible to make a relationship work? What does being in a relationship consist of? He said, “He was sorry” should I have taken that into consideration? Should I have held my tongue in saying, “I don’t want his apology?”
As I am reading, The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman, I notice that I experience some of the problems that the married couples have but I am not married, I was just in a relationship. So, should I have done what Gary Chapman, counselor, suggested to help the couples? Would that have helped me with my relationship? I have question that needs to be answered.
I suggest everyone take the survey to figure out what your love language is. My love language is Physical Touch, following Quality Time, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts, Words of Affirmation. You have to read the book to get a better understanding of the different types of 5 Love Languages.
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