Taken from lilsnooze.
Tactile creature I am, indeed. Well I guess everyone feels loved in their own way, and such differences between couples can probably contribute to friction in varying degrees. But hopefully it's nothing that a little effort can't solve? Hmm, in these instances, I suppose it won't hurt to take the extra step to try and understand that your partner's needs are different, so that one can learn to tune in to their feelings and work around that.. :p Practice makes perfect, yes?
So, what's the love language that speaks to you? ;)
The Five Love LanguagesMy primary love language is probably
with a secondary love language being
Complete set of results
|Acts of Service:||4|
|Words of Affirmation:||4|
Unhappiness in relationships, according to Dr. Gary Chapman, is often due to the fact that we speak different love languages. Sometimes we don't understand our partner's requirements, or even our own. We all have a "love tank" that needs to be filled in order for us to express love to others, but there are different means by which our tank can be filled, and there are different ways that we can express love to others.
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Problem is, what if the difference is so great that it takes too much out of you to make things work?
When do you know when enough is enough?