Discover your Love Language

Discover your Love Language

Take the 5 Love Languages® official assessment to discover your love language and begin improving your relationships.

Your love language profile will explain your primary love language, what it means, and how you can use it to connect to others.

Join more than 15 million people who have already improved their relationships by discovering your love language.

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[The 5 Love Languages] changed my life. It changed my marriage.
There's such simplicity in its message, but I feel like it's so powerful.

- Kelly Hurliman, Wardrobe stylist to Oprah Winfrey
[The 5 Love Languages] changed my life.
It changed my marriage. There's such
simplicity in its message, but I feel
like it's so powerful.

- Kelly Hurliman
Wardrobe stylist ot Oprah Winfrey

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This language uses words to affirm other people.

For these people, actions speak louder than words.

For some people, what makes them feel most loved is to receive a gift.

This language is all about giving the other person your undivided attention.

To this person, nothing speaks more deeply than appropriate touch.

See examples of the 5 Love Languages in this inspirational video

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Q+A: Desperate Marriages

Q: Gary, after 15 years of marriage, we are contemplating separation. We have had many battles over the years, one being depression. Walls have been built and the fear is that I can’t break the wall again. I feel I’m done. Is there hope? Is separation just prolonging the inevitable?

Gary: I believe that there is always hope, even when you have lost hope. And I understand how you can get there, because I have been there myself. There are two books I would recommend to you: One is called Desperate Marriages. It specifically deals with the whole depression issue and living with someone who is depressed over a long period of time. The other one is called One More Try: What to do When Your Marriage is Falling Apart. I believe either or both of these books will help you as you struggle to know what to do next.

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How to Keep Your Marriage Together When Life is Falling Apart

Clarissa Sidhom

My husband and I just celebrated 5 years of marriage—and when I look back, I smile, remembering lots of laughter, sweet conversations, the birth of our first baby, and even the bliss of curling up on the couch and watching a stupid movie far too late on a Friday night.

But I also remember what I’d sometimes rather forget.

These last 5 years have contained more life changes than some people I know have gone through in their entire lives. New jobs, new careers even, new cities, new health problems, cancer scares- the list goes on.

Whenever life is falling apart (or even just changing), your marriage reaches a subconscious fork in the road. It’s not always as black and white as getting divorced or staying together

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