Your love language is..


If your love language is others doing you favors and acting on your needs, you appreciate when your partner goes the extra mile to make your life easier.

These are things like bringing you soup when you're sick, making you coffee in the morning or picking up your dry cleaning for you when you've had a busy day at work.

If you know someone with this love language as their favorite, the little things you do will be noticed and appreciated.

If you have the love language of service, you will also often show a tendency to do favors and be of service to others.

Therefore, you can often recognize these phrases: 

  • You feel cared for when your partner supports you and helps you lighten your responsibilities by doing small tasks for you.
  • It means a lot when others follow up on something, especially if they pay attention and step in to help. When they do, you trust others more because they pay attention to the small details.

  • You feel cared for when your partner supports you and helps you lighten your responsibilities when he/she does small tasks for you.

  • You think talk is less important than action. You need to show in concrete terms that you can trust your partner. Show it don't tell it!

  • If you're feeling under pressure, it means a lot to you that your partner sees that you need help and takes some of the practical burden for you.

What are the 5 love languages?

The 5 love languages are different ways of expressing and receiving love: words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, favors and physical touch.
The concept of love languages was developed by philosopher Gary Chapman, in the book
"The 5 Love Languages. In English, the 5 love languages are: words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch.

It's important to know that not all people communicate their love and affection
and affection in the same way, and in general, people have different ways they prefer to receive love. 

However, the 5 love languages can help identify some of the ways we want to connect with our partners.

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