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®


6,719 Goodreads customer reviews

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.

Available in paperback, hardcover, e-book, and audiobook formats.

See examples of the 5 Love Languages in this inspirational video

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A Strong Marriage Can Endure Times of Separation

Question: Gary, my husband is a long haul truck driver and only home a short time. How can you have a growing marriage when you only see each other about 36 hours per week?

Answer: First of all, think about our military couples who don’t see each other at all for 12 months. Marriage is not about proximity. Marriage is about two hearts beating together for each other. Together or apart, we are seeking each other’s well-being. We are praying for them, doing what we can to help them, and keeping in touch via phone, e-mail, or texting. I would encourage you to make the most of the 36 hours you have together each week. Be kind, thoughtful, and loving. Speak each other’s love language. If you have issues, talk with a pastor or counselor, or read a book. When your time together is pleasant, then your time apart can also be pleasant. Of course, if you argue when you are together, then there is no comfort while you are apart. A strong marriage can endure times of separation.

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