A love language is how you need love to be communicated to you. Have you ever been in a relationship with someone who doesn’t need to hear “I love you” or doesn’t say it back? Maybe that hurts because you really need to hear those words. That is the language of words of affirmation.
If you need physical affection to feel loved, that is the language of touch.
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If you need to spend a lot of time with your partner on adventures, trips, and dates, that is the language of quality time.
If you need your partner to give you things or surprises, that is the language of gifts.
If you need someone to do thoughtful things like scrape off your windshield early on a icy, snowy morning before work, that is the language of acts of service.
The way you communicate love may be different from how your partner communicates love. For example, you might give your partner gifts frequently but he doesn’t seem to appreciate it. That’s because gifts mean love to you, but maybe not to him.