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Kairetu Fine🍎
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Do you know your love reception language?

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76.47%Yes ( 13 voters )
0%No
23.53%I am exploring ( 4 voters )
Based On 17 Votes

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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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2 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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1 His Answer

  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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1 Answer

  1. 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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