In 1992 author Gary Chapman identified the five different love languages as acts of service, quality time, physical touch, receiving gifts, and words of affirmation. Your love language is how you express your love and how you want to feel loved in a relationship. It's also the key to having a successful relationship. If you and your partner have very different love languages, it can create an emotional and physical disconnect between the two of you. Below is a break down to discovering your love language! 


For people with this love language, acts of service mean a substantial amount to them in making them feel appreciated. For instance, if their partner does chores around the house or sacrifices their time to run errands, it creates a sense of trust and satisfaction. 


Someone with this love language values quality time with their partner as a priority. Quality time could mean going on walks with each other, watching movies together, or just focusing on each other without any distractions. If your current or future partner doesn't possess this love language, you may find yourself longing for more within your relationship.


If you have this love language, holding hands, kissing, and touching can significantly impact how loved you feel. Sex may also be an essential way you like to exchange love, and without it, you may feel unsatisfied.


If receiving gifts is an important way for you to feel loved and cared for, this is your love language! Receiving flowers or presents for your birthday, the holidays, or just because is the way to your heart. 


While everyone enjoys it when people say sweet things to them, words might make or break how loved you feel. If words of affirmation is your love language, communication is crucial and can make or break a relationship. 

If you're not familiar with your love language, it can be challenging to express what you need from your partner. But hopefully, with the help of these tips, you can discover what your heart truly desires.