5 love languages couples

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Take this quiz to discover your primary love language, what it means, and how you can use it to better connect with your loved ones. When you are finished, you may print, share, or save your for future reference - they will not be saved automatically. Learn Quizzes Resources Events Bookstore. Log out. For couples, singles, teens, and children.

Start the Quiz. I am an adult. I am a teenager. I am taking the quiz for my child. How do you describe yourself? I am in a relationship. I am single. What is the age of your child? I get to spend uninterrupted leisure time with my partner. I hold hands with my partner. I am complimented by my loved one for no apparent reason.

I unexpectedly get small gifts from my partner. I hear supportive words from my partner. I feel connected to my partner through a hug. I get a back rub or massage from my partner. I sense my partner is showing interest in the things I care about. I get a gift that I know my partner put thought into choosing. I get to go somewhere while spending time with my partner. I get to spend time in a shared activity or hobby with my partner.

I hug someone I love. I get to spend uninterrupted leisure time with those I love. I can share an innocent touch with someone I love. I can be comfortable holding hands, high-fiving, or putting my arm around someone I love. I hear from someone I love that they love me. I am complimented by someone I love for no apparent reason. I unexpectedly get small gifts from someone I love. I hear supportive words from someone I love. I feel connected to someone I love through a hug. I get a back rub from someone I love. I sense someone I love showing interest in the things I care about.

I get a gift that someone I love put thought into choosing. I get to go somewhere while spending time with someone I love. I get to spend time in a shared activity or hobby with someone I love. I hear someone I love tell me that they appreciate me. I like to spend one-on-one time with people. I feel loved when someone gives practical help to me. Which statement fits you better? I like it when people give me gifts. I really enjoy hanging out with people close to me. Gifts are symbols of love that are important to me. I feel loved when people affirm me. I like to spend time with friends and family.

I like to receive little gifts from friends and family. Words of acceptance mean a lot to me. I know someone loves me when he or she helps me. I like to receive affirming notes and texts. I like to be hugged. I like being with and doing activities with friends and family. I like it when kind words are spoken to me. What someone does affects me more than what he or she says. Hugs make me feel connected and valued. I value praise and avoid criticism. Several small gifts mean more to me than one large gift.

I feel close to someone when we are talking or doing something together. I feel closer to friends or family when they touch me often. I appreciate when people compliment my achievements. I like when my friends and family greet me with a hug. I feel loved when friends and family help me with jobs or projects. I really enjoy receiving gifts from friends and family. I enjoy when people compliment my appearance. I feel loved when people take time to understand my feelings.

I feel secure when someone close to me is touching me. Acts of service make me feel loved. I appreciate the many little things that people do for me. I value gifts that people make for me. I really enjoy the experience of one-on-one, undivided attention.

I really enjoy it when someone does some act of service for me. I feel loved when people touch me. I feel loved when people do things to help me. For my birthday, I feel loved when I receive a gift. For my birthday, I feel loved when someone speaks meaningful words to me. I know someone is thinking of me when he or she gives me a gift.

I feel loved when someone helps me with my chores. When I like someone, I make contact with the person hug, shove, high five, etc. I appreciate it when someone remembers special days with a gift. I like knowing that people are concerned enough to help with my daily tasks.

I enjoy full-day adventures or trips with someone close to me. Getting a kiss from a parent or older relative makes me feel loved. Receiving a gift for no special reason from a parent or older relative makes me feel loved. I like to sit close to people I enjoy being with. I appreciate when someone tells me how attractive I am. I need to be touched every day. I need words of affirmation every day. Give me a hug! You are terrific! Ask the child which statement they would prefer to hear. I've got a special birthday present for you! I'll help you with your project.

Let's go to a movie. Give me a high-five! You are so smart! Have you made your Christmas list? Would you help me cook dinner? I like going to fun places with you! Give me a kiss! You are 1! I've got a surprise for you. We can make something really cool. Let's watch TV together! Tag, you're it! You did a great job! You've earned a special surprise! You can invite your friends. Let's go to your favorite restaurant. I'm going to give you a big hug! You are an awesome kid! I made your favorite food. I checked your homework, and it looks great!

You are fun to hang out with! I'll race you!

5 love languages couples

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