According to Dr. Gary Chapman, there are five different love languages, words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of services, and physical touch.
The person whose love language is “words of affirmation” knows how to compliment others with words. He/she uses words to show the love to his/her partner.
When your love language is “quality time,” you enjoy sharing common interests and doing things that connected the two of you.
When your love language is “receiving gifts,” the token that symbolizes the love and special occasion are essential.
The person whose love language is “acts of services” shows love by acting on it. They do everything for their partner, and they do it for the love of their partner.
When your love language is “physical touch,” you use a hug, a kiss, and touch to feel and to show your partner your presence, care, and love.
One of the languages might be the strongest, and there might be a couple of them are equally strong. You can take the test to determine your love language.
So, what happens when the partners have a different love language?