Love Languages: A Quick Guide To Personal Intimacy 

THE LIFESTYLE COLLECTIVE

By Andrés Muñoz

A few months ago, someone asked me what my “love languages” were. I hadn’t given it much thought, but then she listed them. We noticed that our languages were different in some parts and similar in others. 

The concept of “love languages” comes from Dr Gary Chapman’s book, The Five Love Languages: The Secret To Love That Lasts. He explores five ways people express affection in an intimate relationship. While it has a traditional perspective on relationship dynamics and is aimed more towards married couples, it helps people define how they interact with their loved ones.

The book has biblical references given Chapman’s background as a pastor. However, it still might help you navigate the tricky landscape of intimate relationships more than you think!

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