The Five Love Languages of Children Since Gary Chapman s bestselling book The Five Love Languages has helped than couples develop stronger fulfilling relationships by teaching them to speak one another s love language Now

  • Title: The Five Love Languages of Children
  • Author: Gary Chapman D. Ross Campbell
  • ISBN: 9781881273653
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • Since 1992, Gary Chapman s bestselling book The Five Love Languages has helped than 300,00 couples develop stronger, fulfilling relationships by teaching them to speak one another s love language Now Chapman teams with Ross Campbell, author of best seller How to Really Love Your Child, to help parents speak their child s love language.

    Discover Your Love Language The Love Languages The Love Languages has been improving relationships for than years Its ideas are simple and conveyed with clarity and humor, making this book as practical as it is personable Get inspired by real life stories and a common sense approach that will teach you to love The Five Love Languages Explained And How To Discover Yours Jul , First introduced by marriage counselor Gary Chapman in his book The Love Languages, they provide an easy way to curate a conversation about meeting one another s needs in a The Love Languages The Secret to Love that Lasts In the New York Times international bestseller The Love Languages, you ll discover the secret that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide Whether your relationship is flourishing or failing, Dr Gary Chapman s proven approach to showing and receiving love Five Two Love YouTube the five love languages The Five Love Languages How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate Jun , Chapman, Gary by Gary Chapman Apr , . out of stars Paperback . . The Five Love Languages

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    About "Gary Chapman D. Ross Campbell"

    1. Gary Chapman D. Ross Campbell

      Married than 45 years to Karolyn, Dr Gary Chapman is just the man to turn to for help on improving or healing our most important relationships His own life experiences, plus over forty years of pastoring and marriage counseling, led him to publish his first book in the Love Language series, The 5 Love Languages How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate Millions of readers credit this continual 1 New York Times bestseller with saving their marriages by showing them simple and practical ways to communicate their love to their partner.Since the success of his first book, Dr Chapman has expanded his 5 Love Languages series to specifically reach out to teens, singles, men, and children.He is the author of numerous other books published by Moody Publishers Northfield Publishing, including Anger, The Family You ve Always Wanted, The Marriage You ve Always Wanted, Desperate Marriages, God Speaks Your Love Language, Parenting Your Adult Child, and Hope for the Separated He coauthored The Five Languages of Apology with Dr Jennifer Thomas.Chapman speaks to thousands of couples nationwide through his weekend marriage conferences He hosts a nationally syndicated radio program, Love Language Minute, and a Saturday morning program, Building Relationships with Dr Gary Chapman, that air on than 400 stations Dr Chapman also serves as senior associate pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Winston Salem, North Carolina.Dr Chapman holds BA and MA degrees in anthropology from Wheaton College and Wake Forest University, respectively, MRE and PhD degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has completed postgraduate work at the University of North Carolina and Duke University.Dr Chapman and his wife have two adult children and two grandchildren, and currently live in Winston Salem, North Carolina.

    800 thoughts on “The Five Love Languages of Children”

    1. This book is brilliant Beyond the fact that this is a book about how to love your child in the way that he or she best identifies and recognizes as lovee that alone is a smart and beautiful undertaking, this book begins by introducing the concept of learning to speak your child s love language and then includes a gentle list of things to remember about children.In this book, Chapman and Campbell explain each of the five ways a child expresses and receives love They explain how to identify your c [...]

    2. Immediately, I realized that I wasn t meeting each of my children s individual love need I thought my son s main love language was physical touch but it s also words of affirmation This is so obvious in that he is always touching, always wrestling, and always in your personal space and now that I realize it he s also always asking if everything is ok, did he do this ok, am I all right and he is so happy after receiving positive words of affirmation from myself and my husband After reading Gary C [...]

    3. I think this book is fascinating I ve noticed that my children, my spouse and I all have a love language that relates to them The love language is your preferred way of giving receiving love What I loved most about this book is the knowledge that when you discipline a child in their love language it cuts really deep For example, my daughter is a words of affirmation child, and when I correct her actions, she shuts down even when I do it in the nicest way we can t touch that sweetie My son is a p [...]

    4. I am a blue, type A, ESTJ, who likes to be shown love through quality time, and likes long walks on the beach and.WAIT, no I m not I m Karen, a girl with lots of personality quirks, one of which is that I dislike pop psychology books that tell me I and everyone else fits into one of their created, ficticious descriptions I have to admit, I didn t even finish this book I did read almost all of it though Probably most of us are familiar with the five love languages, they have enjoyed being very di [...]

    5. With any book that s designed to help parents be better parents for their kids, it s easy to fall into the trap of defining the success of the book by whether its advice was successful in the reader s family The fact that every child is different is actually the highlight of this book This helps people understand why two kids might react completely differently to the same gifts, the same activities, and the same punishments It has to do with how the people involved show and express love.Most of [...]

    6. I ve read the original 5 Love Languages and so this one was sort of a waste of my time I did find some valuable tips and interesting insights, but the 5 languages are the same for kids as adults, so it was the same book all over again With an adult, you can say, Here honey, take this quiz to let me know what your primary love language is With kids, you can t do that as easily This book politely says to the reader, Hey, dummy Try quality time and see how your kid responds Then try words of affirm [...]

    7. Now that you know my love language, will you use it against me Seriously, compartamentalizing love into five expressions is a bit limited To some it may help to understand why those special people don t meet our expectations, and how to accept their love expression even though it may not mean much to my love language receptor I was one of the unusual ones that couldn t figure out my love language sort of like those personality gift tests dinc that put me in the I don t know range Just think how [...]

    8. My oldest child is much like me, but my second felt so different But for the first time I m understanding him, and this book may be the difference between a close relationship with him during these formative years, and a distant one.This is the best parenting book I ve read In a nutshell everyone shows love and desires love in return, but we do it in different ways Those ways are called languages, and are condensed into five types Receiving love in YOUR language fills your love tank Kids whose l [...]

    9. This was fine I m super familiar with the love languages, so I don t really know what I thought would be different about this book It was literally the exact same thing, just with examples pertaining to kids and then some thoughts later about how these apply to learning and discipline and so on It did say that in kids under 5, it is impossible to tell what their love language is, so in some ways major parts of the book didn t apply to me yet since my kids are 3 5 It was good food for thought but [...]

    10. This book, like the other Five Languages of Love book, takes an interesting concept that could have been detailed in a 3 5 page essay but is instead stretched miserably with vague example stories and filler recaps so they could publish an entire book Also, the section that declared that not all women work, so they should talk to their husbands about receiving a monthly budget to buy them gifts was particularly weird.

    11. I am really torn over what I thought of this book While I like the concepts and I think it had valuable information I had a hard time with it For some reason I couldn t get into the writing style I constantly found my mind wandering and having to go back and re read portions The last several parenting books that I have read have been very readable so I found this hard to reconcile For the most part I felt like the love languages were well explained but in the later chapters when examples are giv [...]

    12. The authors expound on their theory that there are five different ways that people express and experience love physical touch, words of affirmation, quality time, gifts and acts of service By the time kids are five or so, they say, the kids have started to have a preference before then children just need love in all the languages all the time Knowing your child s love language can help you to be sure that they know that you love them, which leads to all kinds of good things they d like to tell y [...]

    13. I enjoyed this, not just because it gives me ideas about how to better communicate with my children, but also because it sheds insight about how to better communicate with my spouse, co workers, and friends However, because this book is about the love languages of children, I will try to write about only that.This book is about exploring how your children or spouse or co worker or friend or what have you communicates and how best to match your appreciation of that person to that person s preferr [...]

    14. This was a joint read, so we could read and discuss our parenting tactics, but it became much than that We d worked through The Five Love Languages before and I remember being blown away by that, not expecting the same thing here and for a very different reason Our experimental test subject first child is still a toddler, under the key age for this book the specific tactics aren t really applicable for under 4s, and you probably want to implement them before the teenage years begin for everyone [...]

    15. In the Evangelical tribe I grew up in, The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman provided the idiom to talk about how each us receive and give love Because of our unique personalities and family of origin, we each have modes of expressing love which is particularly meaningful to us For some it words of affirmation Others feel particularly loved when you spend quality time with them Giving and receiving gifts is another love language Others feel loved through physical touch or acts of service My lo [...]

    16. The five love languages has had much acclaim for the use in parenting children as well in the aiding of marriages I found the book slightly interesting, mildly helpful, and downright obvious in spots While understanding the different love languages a person can have Acts of Service, Words of Affirmation, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and Physical Touch, can move you worlds closer to getting along with someone, it doesn t necessarily always bridge the gap of personality comprehension For childre [...]

    17. I appreciate the aims of this book My biggest worry as a parent or rather, ONE of my many biggest is that my daughter will not feel sufficiently loved appreciated proud of etc Love was a complicated and fraught thing in my home growing up, which has led me to be overly concerned and ready to consume the books offered at the library in hopes of not missing out.This is another one of those books that could have been covered in a nice article rather than a lengthy book and the elaborations seemed t [...]

    18. The wonderful thing about human relationships is that they are not static The potential for making them better is always present This book was wonderful I thought it was the most helpful parenting book I ve read yet While a few of the examples were really extreme, most of them were great It was so informative and eye opening to me to read about the 5 love languages with my children in mind It was also a great refresher for me since I read the original 5 Love Languages book back in college I d re [...]

    19. children is a gift from god this book will teach you how to know your children needs every child or every person has a different way of feeling love get to know your child love language we have to use all the languages with our children but focus on the one they feel loved through my kareem feels it from quality time but tooti through physical touch to be honest this book will change your behavior we need to discipline our children but with LOVE.LOVE your children and stop abusing themstop ABUSI [...]

    20. I wish I had read this book a lot sooner in my parenting journey Perhaps it s because I am lacking in so many ways as a mom, but I had so many light bulbs going off while reading this gem Like always, I will take some advice and leave some advice, but what I will leave will be little I m already noticing a big difference in my relationship with Carson as I ve made a strong effort to use all the love languages with him I was leaving some out entirely I loved it.

    21. I really liked this book The theory is that there are 5 love languages and by figuring out your child s primary love language, you can figure out how they best perceive and feel love Without even reading the descriptions, I could easily figure out my oldest son s primary love language The books says if your child is under 5, you probably won t be able to tell their primary language yet so I am interested in trying to pick up the clues as the twins get older.

    22. I feel this book is an absolutely must if you have children or plan to have children This book really shows how to translate your love in the way that children will understand Not all children feel love the way you do or they same way as another child Parents tend to think that if they treat their children the same, they will respond the same This is not always the case I am so happy to have read this book I can already see positive changes in our relationship.

    23. I really enjoyed the content how to apply, recognize, and meet the needs of your children s love languages My son and husband have virtually opposite needs as my daughter and I do, and I struggle to express l or in the ways that mean most to them I think this would make a great book club discussion book

    24. I love these books Something so simple but so true I had my nine year old take the test and discovered I wasn t meeting his true language, quality time These books really open your eyes to how you give love and how others like to receive love.

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