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The 5 Love Languages And What They Mean [Infographic]

Written by: Aditya Rana

Sep 15, 2023

5 love languages and what they mean

Love is a language of its own with many dialects to express affection, care, and appreciation.

Knowing the 5 love languages will help you understand how you give and receive love and strengthen your relationships with your significant other, family, and even friends!

In this post, I’ll look at the 5 love languages in detail.

By the way, it’s completely normal if you identify with more than one of these 5 love languages, but one should be typically more dominant than the others.

Also, your dominant way of receiving love often aligns with your primary way of expressing love so keep both of these points in mind going through this list.

1. Words of affirmation

The first of the 5 love languages is words of affirmation. People in this love language group feel loved through verbal affection such as compliments and encouragement.

Simple phrases like “I love you,” or words of appreciation are significant and can go a long way.

2. Acts of service

Acts of service means doing things to ease your partner’s burden or to make their life easier.

This love language is about thoughtful actions. For example, helping with chores, cooking a meal, or taking care of responsibilities all communicate love.

the 5 love languages and what they mean

3. Receiving gifts

Everyone loves a good gift and that’s especially true for people in this 5 love languages group. Instead of the price tag, the thought and sentiment behind a present is what makes people in this group feel loved.

So if you know someone like this, always be mindful of sending meaningful tokens of affection.

You don’t have to go all out with big or expensive gifts. It can be as simple as a handwritten note, a bouquet of flowers, or an item that aligns with the recipient’s interests.

4. Quality time

Spending meaningful moments together can also be the key to unlocking someone’s love.

People who value this love language don’t want someone to only be physically present but have undivided attention and create memories.

Engaging in deep conversations, sharing experiences, or simply enjoying each other’s company without distractions are all ways to speak this love language fluently.

5. Physical touch

And last is physical touch, a powerful communicator of love and affection.

People who value this love language thrive on physical connections like hugs, kisses, holding hands, and cuddling. These gestures convey a sense of safety, warmth, and emotional closeness.

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About Aditya Rana

Adi is a word slinger and loves to fiddle around with SaaS. When not living online, you'll find him outside in nature with a book.