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 to 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.


The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts®


The 5 Love Languages:

The Secret to Love that Lasts®


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With over 11 MILLION COPIES SOLD, The 5 Love Languages® has transformed countless relationships. Its ideas are simple and conveyed with clarity and humor, making this book as practical as it is personable. You'll be inspired by real life stories and encouraged by Gary Chapman's commonsense approach.

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Early Marital Adjustments

Question: Gary, we are a newlywed couple. My husband jokes about good-looking women, in front of me. I am offended. He says, “it doesn’t mean anything.” I’m having serious jealousy issues.

Answer: You may both be right. It may not ‘mean anything’ to him. But, you are hurt and jealous. Those would be normal feelings. Many men make comments about ‘good looking women’. When a man is single, these comments are most often made to other men. However, not many women want to hear such comments from their husbands. In fact, I don’t know any women that welcome such comments. So, tell him that you find that offensive. Remind him that he is married and that you are not ‘one of the boys’. Give him a little slack. It takes a while to break old habits. But whatever you do, don’t accept these comments as appropriate. You are newly married and this is the time to ‘set the record straight’ that such comments are not acceptable. Also, be open to his requests for changes in your speech or behavior. This is a normal part of early marital adjustments.

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