Activities such as eating, setting up a table, washing dishes, vacuuming, jamming, moving grass, changing cat litter, etc. This requires thought, planning, time, effort and energy. If they are prepared with a positive spirit, they are really expressions of love.
There are many dialects in every language. If you are a spouse of the Occasional Service as your primary love language, find out the specific things you would like to help him. If you are a person with a particular love language, make a list of the most appropriate things for your spouse.
Remember: love is always free to be given. Love can not be demanded. Requests control love, but they demand that they stop the flow of love. Overcoming stereotypes
Learning the love language of service acts requires that some of us examine the roles stereotypes of husbands and wives. Our activity is influenced by the model of our parents, our own personality and the perception of love, emotions, needs and desires. Only one thing is certain about our behavior: It will not be the same behavior we exhibited when we became "in love".
There is a need to examine and change stereotypes to make love more effective. Keep in mind that there are no rewards for maintaining stereotypes, but there are tremendous benefits to meeting your spouse's emotional needs.
If your spouse is in love with a LANGUAGE ROLE OF SERVICE:
- List a list of all the requests your spouse has been doing for you in the past few weeks. Choose one for this week and put it as an expression of love.
- Cut out some heart-shaped note cards and print the following:
"Today I will show you my love …" Make the sentence with one of the following: grass mowing, vacuuming the floor, washing the dog, walking the baby, feeding the baby, etc.
Give your spouse a love note that the service will accompany you for three months per month.
- Ask your spouse to list ten things he or she wants to do next month. Then ask your spouse to rank them with 1 to 10 numbers, 1 for the most important, and 10 for the least important. Use this list to design your strategy for a month of love. (Prepare for your happy spouse.)
- While your spouse is away, get the kids to help you serve them. When you enter the door, join the kids to yell: "Surprise! We love you!" Then share your service.
- Which service act did your spouse ever roar? Why can not you choose to nag like a tag? Your spouse considers this very important. If you decide to consider this as a term of love, it is worth more than a thousand roses.
- If your spouse's claims for a service act appear as hate or breakdown, try writing in words, offensive to you. Share this modified wording with your spouse. For example: "Honey, I love you so much, you are a diligent man, and thank you very much." I would like to thank you for having to lawn on Thursday Thursday when Mary and Bob come to dinner. "Your husband is still answering:" Where is the lawnmower, I can not wait! "Try and See It.  Do as important things as car washing, eating, bedroom painting or washing the lid, then write a sign that says: "Name (spouse) with love" and sign his name.
- If you have more money in time, hire someone to perform a service that you know about the spouse, such as lawn, house cleaning , car wash and laundry If you take responsibility for doing so you will still talk about love when you are away
- Ask the spouse to tell you the daily service that you really want with love, including things like dirty clothes in the backyard, cutting wash basins, hanging clothes at night, closing the door when you get out, ready food and the pots are washed. Search these daily schedules. "Little things" mean a lot.
- From time to time ask your spouse: "If I were to do a special service this week, what would you ask her for?" If possible, do it and check out your spouse's love tank.
(Please read the book "The Five Loving Languages" by Gary Chapman)
Supported by sbobet