Are you expressing love in a language your family understands?
Every child and teenager (like every adult) expresses and receives love through one of five communication styles, or “love languages.”
If your love language is different from your child’s or teen’s, you’d better learn to translate-and fast-or you could miss your chance to meet their deepest emotional needs.
Find out which one of these languages your child or teenager speaks:
• Word of affirmation
• Quality time
• Physical touch
• Receiving gifts
• Acts of service
Unconditional love is something everyone needs. The Five Love languages of Children and The Five Love Languages of Teenagers will help you make your child or teenager feel secure, loved, and more willing and open to interact with you and your family. Learn to fluently speak the love languages of your family members!
About the Author
He is perhaps best known for his concept of "Five Love Languages", helping people speak and understand emotional love when it is expressed through one of five languages: words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, or physical touch. Chapman argues that while each of these languages is enjoyed to some degree by all people, a person will usually speak one primary language, but all are important and can be ranked after taking the love language profile. He has also authored the Five Love Language concept books for parents of children and teenagers, single adults, and a special version for men. He has co-authored The Five Languages of Apology with Dr. Jennifer Thomas, which focuses on giving and receiving apologies. Additionally, Chapman co-authored The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace with Dr. Paul White, applying the concepts to work-based relationships.
He is married to Karolyn J. Chapman (born 1939). They have two adult children, Shelley and Derek.
Size229 x 152 mm
Series - CollectionFive Love Languages
Number of Pages496 pp