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Do you know your love reception language?

We’ve heard about love languages and mostly we’ll talk about showing it. But, do we know how we love receiving it back? Have we interacted with self enough to learn our unique ways in which we interpret love? Do we fit in the social boxes ie; words of affirmation, quality time, gifts, acts of service and physical touch; or do we have our tiny and big ways we love receiving it? let’s share our thoughts

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56.67%Yes ( 17 voters )
3.33%No ( 1 voter )
40%I am exploring ( 12 voters )
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3 Her Answers

  1. When I love someone I appreciate everything about them even the smallest things which I would not take from someone I don't love crazily.

    When I love someone I appreciate everything about them even the smallest things which I would not take from someone I don’t love crazily.

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  2. it took me a while to understand and appreciate that how I show love isn't necessarily how I'd like to receive it. I love gifting and acts of service as a way to show love but I don't appreciate gifting as much in terms of receiving love, I'd rather quality time

    it took me a while to understand and appreciate that how I show love isn’t necessarily how I’d like to receive it. I love gifting and acts of service as a way to show love but I don’t appreciate gifting as much in terms of receiving love, I’d rather quality time

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  3. someone offering me a gift to listen to me ( giving me and ear and someone offering to help .. besides the 5 love languages these two make me vigilant

    someone offering me a gift to listen to me ( giving me and ear and someone offering to help ..
    besides the 5 love languages these two make me vigilant

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2 Him Answers

  1. My love reception language is inspired by how well the person packages it. I may not be a stay at home and cook date type of person but if my partner cooks really well and dies so with a passion that may change my feelings and make me love it.

    My love reception language is inspired by how well the person packages it. I may not be a stay at home and cook date type of person but if my partner cooks really well and dies so with a passion that may change my feelings and make me love it.

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  2. Everyone needs empathy on top of the love languages, which may sometimes mask us from our real needs. Like a sick child respinding to candy. It makes them happy but keeps them ill. Be empathetic and present. That way, you won't be following a list of preconceptions based on what someone's love languRead more

    Everyone needs empathy on top of the love languages, which may sometimes mask us from our real needs. Like a sick child respinding to candy. It makes them happy but keeps them ill. Be empathetic and present. That way, you won’t be following a list of preconceptions based on what someone’s love language is. But you will be ever present, ever listening to your partner and responding to them based on their actual needs.

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  1. That's a good introspection question. I appreciate quality time spent together and acts of service and definitely affirmation. It also makes me feel loved if a person can mirror me my love expression... More like reciprocation. I appreciate it when a person listens in a non judgemental way and offerRead more

    That’s a good introspection question. I appreciate quality time spent together and acts of service and definitely affirmation. It also makes me feel loved if a person can mirror me my love expression… More like reciprocation. I appreciate it when a person listens in a non judgemental way and offers me their positive and/or negative thoughts in a way that can spark positive discussion. I also love to have a flexible person with me, one who is willing to talk about all kinds of stuff including philosophical conversations about life. I appreciate it when a person transcends their sexual myths and explores with me without being self-conscious. How? But them keeping an open heart and to see how I love to please my body and they are willing to learn and transcend their beliefs. Bottom line, how I want it expressed is the willingness of a person to leave their comfort zone to explore life with me without judgment. If a conflict shows up, I know I am loved if the person takes the stance where we can have a civil conversation, and if things go out of hand we can bring each other down in a balanced way while expressing our frustration until we are down again to a place where we continue to have a civil convo. The word is FLEXIBILITY.

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  2. I'm still exploring. Love is a journey, the moment you know is when you realise you don't.

    I’m still exploring. Love is a journey, the moment you know is when you realise you don’t.

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  3. Sometimes live languages seem like a simplified way of connecting more deeply. I appreciate gifts from some people while I prefer spending quality time with others. As a father your automatic love language with your children should be quality time and acts of service. Sure, the little children may rRead more

    Sometimes live languages seem like a simplified way of connecting more deeply. I appreciate gifts from some people while I prefer spending quality time with others. As a father your automatic love language with your children should be quality time and acts of service. Sure, the little children may respond better to gifts but you know that deep down what is more important is your presence. Don’t let a love language prevent you from doing what’s best in a specific scenario.

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