Serena77 wrote: What are the 5 love languages test?
The five love languages are words of 1. Affirmation
5. Acts of service, each of which represents a distinct way of expressing love. The love language theory, first developed by Gary Chapman PD
For couples, singles, teens, and children. Just applied differently..
Take this quiz to discover your primary love language, what it means, and how you can use it to better connect with your loved ones.
When you are finished, you may share, - they will not be saved automatically on the quiz. Remember this is a theory..
*I* have never been clear if something is your "Love Lanhuage".....is that how YOU show love to people?
Or how you prefer people show love TO you.
Hopefully it's not a one sided relationship....I would imagine there are many of them..
On this quiz I assume the relationship is a healthy one...two sided.
I think you misunderstood me..
I didn't mean a "one sided relationship" or anything like that..
I asked when one knows their love language....does that refer to how THEY want to be shown love?
Or how they show their love to OTHERS??
I did misunderstand... sorry.
This quiz may reveal how you prefer to GIVE and RECEIVE love. People differ in what sort of interactions make them feel loved and how to share that love with others. Honest communication and interaction is vital in all relationships. More so in the intimate relationships.
I hope that answers your question.
See, I have known for years my Love Language is "Acts Of Service", and "Quality Time":...those two things are what mean the most to me, in this regard..
However....my question was more to understand if that is also how I SHOW
I love someone (not just how *I* prefer to be shown love).
Which would be a problem if *their* Love Language was something like gifts, or physical touch....see what i mean/ am asking?
How *I* show love, and what their Love Language is (how they perceive/ prefer being shown love) may be completely different...that is my confusion...