I think more so for my husband because I was showing him love in all five areas, while only two of those were working.But, since reading the book, I focus most of my energy on those 2 love languages instead of floundering about with the other three wondering why he wasn’t reacting as I expected he should.I read the book for the first time as an assignment in a marriage and family therapy class.It was hands down the best book I read that semester and over the course of both my career and marriage. It is written in such a user-friendly format that everyone can understand and learn from it.Each time I read the book, I feel like I got exactly the knowledge that I was searching for.My husband and I found it humorous reading it together, reflecting on our own relationship.
It isn’t just marriages that it will help with but any important interpersonal relationship you have. For myself, it was so liberating and useful to actually pinpoint what “language” I was speaking.It made me recognize how I myself feel love and that loving my spouse in the same way I receive love might not be giving him the fullness of my love.This book opened my eyes to how to change the way I love to better fit his needs.We asked several of our Divas to chime in with their own reviews and experiences with this book.We’d love to hear your own thoughts on this book and how it has affected your marriage, let us know what you thought in the comments!
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Mostly because I am all five of the love languages, while my husband is only two.