What's your love language?

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StrawberryDreams
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Apparently there are 5 love languages, and understanding your own and potential partners is helpful to any relationship you're in. It can help with making sure that your meeting their needs as well as they are meeting yours!

Give it a go and post below which love language you respond to best. I got words of affirmation, which means I respond best to people taking the time to speak reassuringly with me and compliments go a long way I'd say it's pretty accurate!

https://www.goodnet.org/articles/5-l...ch-one-are-you
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words of affirmation
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I got: Quality time

You value quality time alone with your loved ones to bond. You feel loved when someone spends time with you. Likewise, you express love by giving the other person your undivided attention. If this is your primary love language, you should ask people to spend time with you in order to build closer connections and feel appreciated.


It is quite accurate :rolleyes:
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quality time
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Physical touch.

(Not true.)
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Physical Touch.

What bs :dry:
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English
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I got "quality time."

Was expecting "Portuguese." Waste. Of. Time.
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Guinea piggian
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I got the same, I like being close to my boyfriend sometimes, but I'm autistic and physical touch generally makes me really uncomfortable and anxious haha
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Quality Time

You value quality time alone with your loved ones to bond. You feel loved when someone spends time with you. Likewise, you express love by giving the other person your undivided attention. If this is your primary love language, you should ask people to spend time with you in order to build closer connections and feel appreciated.

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Acts of Service

You express and feel love through acts of service. That can mean cleaning, cooking, driving, or running an errand. These actions make you feel loved, and when someone doesn’t do these things for you, you feel unwanted or unappreciated. In turn, you show you care by doing nice things for others.

Definitely true for me
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I got the quality time one
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Physical Touch

You need physical touch in order to feel loved and close to others. You show you care through public displays of affection, hugging, cuddling, holding hands, or even sitting near someone. If this is your primary love language, you’ll crave touching in a relationship and express love primarily through physical contact.


pretty accurate still
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(Original post by StrawberryDreams)
Apparently there are 5 love languages, and understanding your own and potential partners is helpful to any relationship you're in. It can help with making sure that your meeting their needs as well as they are meeting yours!

Give it a go and post below which love language you respond to best. I got words of affirmation, which means I respond best to people taking the time to speak reassuringly with me and compliments go a long way I'd say it's pretty accurate!

https://www.goodnet.org/articles/5-l...ch-one-are-you
I got quality time!
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Physical Touch

You need physical touch in order to feel loved and close to others. You show you care through public displays of affection, hugging, cuddling, holding hands, or even sitting near someone. If this is your primary love language, you’ll crave touching in a relationship and express love primarily through physical contact.


Didn't even know how to answer most of the questions:rofl:
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Physical touch
I've never held hands with anyone other than my mother at the age of 6. 😄
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Quality time. Just had a look at the other responses and I'm not particularly different. :rofl:
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Physical touch

I love me some cuddles ngl
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(Original post by DrawTheLine)
Acts of Service

You express and feel love through acts of service. That can mean cleaning, cooking, driving, or running an errand. These actions make you feel loved, and when someone doesn’t do these things for you, you feel unwanted or unappreciated. In turn, you show you care by doing nice things for others.

Definitely true for me
Mr DTL better hop on board with this advice :yes:

(Original post by Obolinda)
Didn't even know how to answer most of the questions:rofl:
Same, they gave options between the two and I was like "gimme both tho" :lol:
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