Falling in love is easy, but maintaining healthy relationships is a lifelong pursuit. Once you understand “love languages,” you’ll be able to nurture not only a romantic relationship, but also casual, business, and familial relationships effectually. With more 8 million copies sold, Dr. Gary Chapman’s The 5 Love Languages will help you succeed in having joyful, enduring relationships.
Dr. Chapman has helped millions of couples toward true unity and oneness. With his unique brand of humor, insight, groundbreaking revelations and straightforward common sense, he can help you build the marriage you’ve always wanted, too.
Bestselling author and marriage counselor, Dr. Gary Chapman, believes that divorce results from the lack of preparation for marriage and the failure to work together as intimate teammates. Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Got Married is packed with wisdom for developing a loving, supportive marriage. By applying these topics, couples can experience a healthier, lasting relationship.
In The 5 Love Languages of Children, Drs. Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell M.D. have applied the innovative system of the 5 love languages to children. This easy-to-read resource gives practical suggestions for understanding how your child gives, receives, and interprets love, helping you to interact with their behavior and development healthily.
Teens and parents often speak different languages—but the challenge goes beyond jargon and teen slang. Teens also develop strong love languages too, often without the ability to control or express their feelings. Dr. Chapman's trusted Love Language approach will assist you in guiding today's teen to effective emotional communication.
Anger can be a part of the healthy human experience. It does not have to control you or injure those around you. In Anger: Handling a Powerful Emotion in a Healthy Way, Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages, explores the reasons behind anger and offers helpful techniques for managing this intense emotion.
With each new stage of a child’s development, your parenting must change to cope with new challenges. Your child might make choices you disagree with or face trials you aren’t prepared for. In How to Really Love Your Adult Child, Drs. Ross Campbell and Gary Chapman offer instruction for handling the responsibilities of parenting an adult child and being the wise, loving example they still need.