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The 5 Love Languages with Jason Wasser
Posted by Kspace Mia on Wednesday, August 5, 2020
What are the 5 Love Languages For Young Jewish Professionals? If you’re curious about how to discover what your own personal “Love Language” is Jason Wasser, LMFT explains
5 Love Languages For Young Jewish Professionals
Did you know that there are 5 different ways you can connect with the people you care about?
Acts of Service: Make my life easier
Words of Affirmation: Don’t tell me you love me, tell me why you love me!
Receiving Gifts: It’s not about the cost, it’s about the specific thought.
Physical Touch: Even a quick squeeze of the hand works.
Quality Time: Put your phone down and look me in the eyes.
Which one are you? Which Love Language does your partner value? When you both know your unique Love Languages you will have a better way to connect and build your relationship with one another.
Take the quiz at www.5lovelanguages.com
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