The Languages of Love
You may not have realized it yet, but romantic relationships, just like most human interactions, are made up and sustained by day-to-day negotiations. It is wisely and aptly summed up by a phrase our mothers used to say, that love is always a give-and-take interaction. If that is not a negotiation, then nothing else is.
For a negotiation to be successful, it has to be made in the language that both parties can understand. The same is true in dating relationships.
In a nutshell, the five love languages are:
Being aware of your personal love language – the way by which you express your love the most – is crucial to the success of any romantic relationship you are in. It is pretty easy to tell. All you need to do is to sit down and think about which things that your date does seem most important to you and touches you the most.
However, being aware of your partner's personal love language is even more crucial towards achieving success in the relationship. Add to that the fact that it is a lot trickier to find out. The reason for that is that most of the time, we think about the things that are more important to us, and what we often assume that what we believe to be important is held with the same value by our dates.
Always remember that all human interactions, including romantic relationships, are built on negotiations. Successful relationships are those where one partner understands what love language the other is speaking, not just his or her own, and acts accordingly.
Posted by eDatingCentral.com May 21, 2009 8:47 am
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