The other day, I shared on the importance of opening up to receiving love in the language of your spouse/partner.
This time around, we are turning the table.
Your spouse/partner's love language is how he/she feels loved. Therefore, you shouldn't deny him/her of such, for his/her emotional well-being, for your happiness, and for the health of your relationship.
The downside of love languages is that, we tend to want to give love the way we like to be showed love, forgetting that we do not all speak the same language.
If your spouse/partner loves to be touched (hug, back rub, hand squeeze, holding of hands, kiss, or even sex), but you love to be encouraged, there is a high chance that you will often speak words of encouragement to him/her more than you would want to touch.
Practically, when you sense that your spouse/partner is in a low place, one of the ways to bring them out is through their love language - touch, gifts, service, affirmations, or some quality time (no matter how little).
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