‘Tis the season to do all things with L-O-V-E. Whether you’re in a relationship or single, it’s good to understand your love language. What is a love language?Dr. Chapman assesses love in five different languages: Quality Time, Physical Touch, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts and Words of Affirmation. In order to discover your primary love language, you must answer a series of questions from Dr. Chapman’sLove Language Profile Test. The highest score indicates your primary love language.
For those of you who don’t know your love language, take the testhere!
By discovering your primary love language, you can further understand your preferred display of affection in a relationship and, in return, use this insight to better communicate love to others. We’ve created a blend for each love language to help you express this is in your day-to-day. Enjoy!
Acts of Service
Words of Affirmation
Remember, this test just scratches the surface of communication in a relationship. There’s much more you can do to help understand the love languages of you and your partner. We hope this test steers you in the right direction in discovering how you prefer to receive love in a relationship.