The verbal greetings or the word of confirmation are the great communicators of love. The simplest are the simplest, simple statements, for example:
"Looks great in the suit."
"You look good in the dress sometimes! Wow!"
"You are the best potato cook in the world, I love these potatoes."
"I appreciate you washing the dishes tonight."
What will happen to the emotional atmosphere of marriage if the husband or wife were to hear marriage?
"I'm so glad you're taking the trash." are these words regularly strengthened?
There is a wide variety of dialects in each language, but you will find only a few of the following, but you must understand the dialect of the spouse.
Verbal Greetings: The word is to encourage to encourage the courage to inspire courage. Dear words: Love is kind to want to love love literally, so we have to use gentle words that are related to our speech, in the same sentence two different meanings, depending on how you say it.
Gentle words: Love makes requests for claims. Expression of desires is very important. If we know our needs as requests, we provide guidance, not ultimates.
If the spouse's loving language is the ORDER OF THE ORDER:
- To remind yourself that "Confirmation Words" is the primary love language of your spouse, print the following on a 3×5 card, place it in a mirror or other place where daily you see: The words are important! The words are important! The words are important!
- Keep a written record of all the reinforcements you give your spouse a day for a week. At the end of the week, sit down with your spouse and look at your record. On Monday I said, "He did a great job with this meal." – You look very good in the dress. "I appreciate your pick of the laundry. On Tuesday I said: …
- Set a goal to give you another spell every month. If you keep an apple a day for a doctor, maybe one day he will have a compliment on the counselor. You may want to record these compliments so you will not repeat the statements.
- By reading newspapers, magazines and books, watching TV or listening to the radio, you're looking for words that people are using. Take care of people talking. Write these statements in the notebook. (If you are cartoons, clip and paste them into your notebook.) Review them periodically and select the ones that your spouse might have with us. If you use one, remember when you used it. Your notebook will be your love book. Remember, words are important!
- Write a love letter, a love story or a love phrase for your spouse, and you can give it quietly or enthusiastically. (It is possible that when he dies he will find his beloved letters found in a special place.) The words are important!
- Congratulations to your spouse in the presence of your parents or friends. You get double credit: Your spouse will be loved and your parents feel lucky if you are such a big groom or sister-in-law.
- Find the strengths of your spouses and tell them how you appreciate these strengths. You may be working hard to fulfill your reputation.
- Tell your children how great his father's mother is. Do this behind the spouse and in his presence.
- Write a poem that describes how you feel about your spouse. If you are not a poet, choose the card that expresses how you feel. Lower the special words and add some to your own at the end.
- If you find that "the word of the statement" is difficult for you to practice in the mirror. Use a cue card if it is important and important that words are important.
(Please read Gary Chapman's book "The Five Beloved Languages"
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