Wit Without Wisdom, Ep. 24
Fostering a good relationship can often be a challenge. Even great relationships face the ebb and flow of life’s stressors and detractors. But, according to best-selling author, Doctor Gary Chapman, understanding our partner’s love language can help keep a relationship healthy.
In fact, according to Dr. Chapman, there are five love languages. And learning your partner’s language isn’t nearly as difficult as high school French.
What’s a love language?
As we’ll discuss, it is the specific things we say and do that both demonstrate our love but also the things that we perceive as indicating that we are loved.
In this episode, we’re getting out our universal translators and exploring these languages of love.
• The definition of each of the five love languages.
• How each language expresses that love.
• The things each language needs to recognize that they are loved.
• Why speaking your significant other’s language is important?
And, while we highly recommend you read the book, you can also skip ahead by going to the link to Chapman’s online Love Language test.
What do you think? Is there really a single language of love for each person?
by Writers After Dark
We’re S.K. Anthony and Raymond Esposito, your hosts at Writers After Dark. She writes those urban-fantasy–superhero-badass-chicks-with-a-touch-of-romance stories and he writes those dark fiction-things-that-go-bump-in-the night tales.
When it comes to writing, we don’t agree on genre, but we do agree that . . . we love stories . . . and one of the things we love most: hanging out in our mostly-sober, Writers After Dark studio and debating the merits of just about anything related to the story of life.