The Heart of the 5 Love Languages

The Heart of the Love Languages In this GIFT SIZED ABRIDGED VERSION of the New York Times bestselling book The Love Languages you ll discover the secret that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide Whether your rela

  • Title: The Heart of the 5 Love Languages
  • Author: Gary Chapman
  • ISBN: 9781881273806
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this GIFT SIZED ABRIDGED VERSION of the 1 New York Times bestselling book The 5 Love Languages, you ll discover the secret that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide Whether your relationship is flourishing or failing, Dr Gary Chapman s proven approach to showing and receiving love will help you experience deeper and richer levels of intimacy with yourIn this GIFT SIZED ABRIDGED VERSION of the 1 New York Times bestselling book The 5 Love Languages, you ll discover the secret that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide Whether your relationship is flourishing or failing, Dr Gary Chapman s proven approach to showing and receiving love will help you experience deeper and richer levels of intimacy with your partner starting today.

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  • Gary Chapman

    Married than 45 years to Karolyn, Dr Gary Chapman is just the man to turn to for help on improving or healing our most important relationships His own life experiences, plus over forty years of pastoring and marriage counseling, led him to publish his first book in the Love Language series, The 5 Love Languages How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate Millions of readers credit this continual 1 New York Times bestseller with saving their marriages by showing them simple and practical ways to communicate their love to their partner.Since the success of his first book, Dr Chapman has expanded his 5 Love Languages series to specifically reach out to teens, singles, men, and children.He is the author of numerous other books published by Moody Publishers Northfield Publishing, including Anger, The Family You ve Always Wanted, The Marriage You ve Always Wanted, Desperate Marriages, God Speaks Your Love Language, Parenting Your Adult Child, and Hope for the Separated He coauthored The Five Languages of Apology with Dr Jennifer Thomas.Chapman speaks to thousands of couples nationwide through his weekend marriage conferences He hosts a nationally syndicated radio program, Love Language Minute, and a Saturday morning program, Building Relationships with Dr Gary Chapman, that air on than 400 stations Dr Chapman also serves as senior associate pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Winston Salem, North Carolina.Dr Chapman holds BA and MA degrees in anthropology from Wheaton College and Wake Forest University, respectively, MRE and PhD degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has completed postgraduate work at the University of North Carolina and Duke University.Dr Chapman and his wife have two adult children and two grandchildren, and currently live in Winston Salem, North Carolina.


  • I truly enjoyed reading this book. I am very weary of books that discuss marriage and how to work out problems in a marriage. I feel like alot of marriage books can be a little too extreme and can vear you down a path that may not be the best path.However, this book was very different. Gary Chapman discusses 5 Love Languages. Quality Time. Words of Affirmation. Physical Touch. Acts of Service. Gifts. He talks about how everyone has a different love language and in a marriage it's important to un [...]

  • I'm reading this for our Book Club selection. It's pretty good. I can see a lot of truth in what Gary Chapman presents. I wish more people cared about their marriages and family relationships enough to read something like this so they can better understand each other. I heard a couple arguing in front of their kids just today in public and wished I could hand the book to thembut I borrowed it, so it wasn't mine to give!

  • I read this book quite some time ago. I generally don't read for enrichment, but this book is well worth it. It really clarified and explained how different kinds of people express their affection. It sure helped me understand others' non verbal communication. It was a good, fairly easy read with lots of wonderful wisdom in it.

  • If you, like myself, are an unmarried, childless person juggling several jobs and passions, still openly exploring what unbetrothed life has to offer while trying to get by, not troubling much with thoughts of what married life would be like, should you read this book?No, not unless you want all your dreams of true love to pop on the first page. Spare yourself stories about people with disintegrating relationships who've discovered that what they'd been taught to think of as the "American Dream" [...]

  • My wife and I went through this book as a book study at our church. We found it to be an easy read and to be helpful. In some ways, we were doing some of the things we read about already. In other ways, it helped us become more aware of things we could be doing better. It's a real easy read and a couple (marriage, partner, significant other) you can go through it and get a lot out of it. However, if you do it with a group of people, most likely at your church, you do get a lot more out of it thr [...]

  • Read some time ago, but a book to always look back at, as it offers clarity on the various ways others perceive/accept/offer their love. Enjoyed it! Gave me many, "uh-huh," "ohhh," and "wow" moments.

  • This was a re-read and will continue to be. It is a wake up call for all those who are in a relationship. It is a daily struggle for me to put my selfish needs aside and focus on what my wife needs in order for her to feel that she is loved. If she feels loved she will then be able to show me the love in a way that I need it.Learning the different ways people feel loved and appreciated is important to a healthy relationship. I strongly recommend that you read this book. It is written from a Chri [...]

  • Fiancé and I had a fun time listening to it. Some of it was cheesy and a bit laugh-worthy but overall it was okay. We used it as a way to point out each others’ shortcomings which I’m pretty sure is the opposite of what he wants us to do but it was all in good fun.

  • I highly recommend this book to every couple! Even if you're single, it's still an amazing book to read. I found everything Gary said to be so true! I was able to figure out my husband's love language as well as mine and I can already see a difference in our relationship!

  • "We speak and understand best our native language. We feel most comfortable speaking that language. The more we use a secondary language, the more comfortable we become conversing in ti. If we speak only our primary language and encounter someone else who speaks only his or her primary language, which is different from ours, our communication will be limited."Keeping the Love Tank Full"I like the metaphor the first time I heard it: "Inside every child is an 'emotional tank' waiting to be filled [...]

  • People absorb information in different ways, got that? Visual learners, audio learners Figuring out the best way to get your message through to someone is something I worked on as a teacher in the classroom. While the book The Five Love Languages focuses on marriage, the solid concepts throughout apply to every relationship in your life: coworkers, friends, cousins, in-laws. Everybody. It sprinkles a little bible tapping in here and there, which is irrelevant to the core goal of learning to comm [...]

  • My neighbor loved this book and lent it to me. I liked the idea, but felt each point was a bit belabored. I found there were way more stories to illustrate the point than I had an interest in reading. But I did enjoy learning about the 5 languages and chatting with my hubby about them. I think it's worth a gander.

  • I frequently suggest this book for my clients to read concurrent to them receiving couples counseling. This book explains, in a very easy way, how to understand your partners love language and how best to make your partner feel loved by you.

  • At only 78 pages, this is a quick read about communication and relationships. Ever wonder why you and you and your partner are fighting? Maybe it's becuase you speak different love languages.

  • It was a learning experience. An interesting way to discover what motivates you and be more sensitive to the love language of your loved one.

  • Review: Chapman is a marriage and family counselor who posits that the primary problem in intimate relationships is that of mismatches and inadequacies of speaking particular love languages (preferred styles of communicating and receiving love): words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch. A language that fills one person’s “love tank” may not fill another’s. He argues that people must decide daily to love or not to love their partners. If we [...]

  • Me and my husband took the personal profile and found out that we have changed.We took it about two years ago at a marriage seminar and my primary love language then became secondary now and his ,became third.English is also not my native language so to really understand literature and writings, I really had to learn the language to appreciate them.In the same way,it is very important for me to understand what my husband needs by learning his love language and be able to communicate with him in [...]

  • This book has good insight for a person who is looking for ideas about how to communicate and treat someone they love more directly and in a way that will be better for the other individual they have a relationship with. Although it is good insight, it seems that a person who spends time paying attention to people they love will have already learned these things about the person. I do, however, understand how time sneaks past us and suddenly months and years have become decades and lifetimes. It [...]

  • I learned so many great things from this book. I feel like it has changed my life. It has helped me see others as people that just have the need to be loved. Knowing the different love languages is very helpful to know how to help others. I feel like it has already helped my wife and I grow even closer together, which I thought impossible as our marriage was already awesome. It has helped me look at my kids in a whole different light as well. We are all just wanting and needing to feel loved. Th [...]

  • An extensive insight into our views of relationship, and how to correct or strengthen incorrect views. Divorce has taken over to the point of people believing marriage no longer matters. The problem is not marriage. The problem is WE do not understand relationships. Two people are learning to believe, feel, care, and live as one without losing who they are. This book should be the applied in all high schools and colleges.

  • Really interesting book about speaking the same language of love. We all speak different love languages, most of us grow up learning the language of our parents, siblings.learn the five ways that people speak and understand emotional love language.

  • Great book! Every one needs to read this book, in order to better understand your relationships with anyone. 5 stars!

  • This is the first marriage book that my husband and I read this book together, and I can honestly say it completely changed our marriage! We were struggling to connect with one another and it was putting a strain on our marriage. I had heard great things about The 5 Love Languages so we took the plunge! The first thing we did was take the quiz to determine which “love languages” we spoke - or rather - in what ways we preferred to be loved. I was worried that all the time I was putting into s [...]

  • The heart of the five love languages is a short synopsized version of Gray's Chapman first book, the five love languages. It's a pocket-sized book of 77 pages. The author introduces the different sentimental languages that people talk; words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and physical touch. Moreover, he explains some of the reasons why things change after marriage.I didn't like it pretty much, but still not bad. Ummm I don't know, I found it a very common sense ( [...]

  • This book was pretty well written. The "5 Love Languages" are enlightening in the sense that they highlight the ways people show love. It puts a title on the things we do for our loved ones. This book is written as if the reader is married, but I am young (21) and not married but I feel like this book was very applicable to my relationship. It is true, we all have a love language. But I think it would be wrong to say we have a "primary" love language and we should devote the majority of our ener [...]

  • Thought I'd read this shorter version of the book before investing in the full-length one to get an idea of what to expect. I really like what Chapman has to say and plan on reading the other as well. Basically, the idea presented and discussed is that people express and require love in different ways, or "languages". When in a relationship (specifically a romantic one, but this could also be true in other love relationships such as between friends or family members), it is important to discover [...]

  • The book, The Heart of the Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman, is a really good book for couple married or not. This book makes you open your eyes about true love and how it is more complicated than it seems. Chapman describes the five languages of love and he let's the readers know that there is not one simple love languages. He gives good advice on how to love your partner and what you can do to fill their love tank.This is really good book to help couples communicate with one another and hel [...]

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