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Reviewed by Hanley Foundation Prevention Specialist Susan Makowski

Don’t be intimidated by the thought of learning a new language!  Love languages are different from spoken languages in that they are much more than words.  Five seems to be just the right number to change your communication in an extremely positive and long, lasting way.  Quality time, acts of service, physical touch, words of affirmation, and gifts are the languages Dr. Chapman explains and gives examples for.  You will learn how to determine which language is most dominant in your child and how best to speak that language.  Love is a necessary part of a strong relationship.  Mastering these languages, will allow you to speak LOVE to your children and know they hear what you are saying.