Happy Valentine’s Day! Our deepest emotional need is to be loved, and on this day we honor and celebrate love of all kinds.
Whether you’re in a relationship or single, you hopefully have people in your life – your children, best friends or family – who you connect to on a deep and soulful level. Or maybe you struggle with connection – we have all felt that way at one time or another. I know I have.
Well, if you want to feel loved, and want others to feel loved and appreciated, don’t miss this week’s episode where I talk to world-renowned expert, Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the international bestselling book, The 5 Love Languages.
I first read Dr. Chapman’s groundbreaking book a decade ago when I was emerging from my painful divorce. All I can say is, I wish I had read it earlier. I am now reading it a third time!
Tune into this episode to learn...
What the 5 love languages are and what they mean.
How to pay attention to subtle clues to identify your own love language, and the love languages of the people around you.
How events or circumstances can change your love language over time.
On this Valentine’s Day, I want you to feel empowered to learn your Love Language and ask for what you need so that you can dance through life feeling cherished and adored. When you feel this way, you’ll give love more freely to those around you. It’s a win-win girlfriend.
If you don’t know your love language, go right now and watch thisepisode and take the quiz in the show notes. You might be surprised by what you find out about yourself, your partner, your children or other loved ones. Just remember, if you don’t speak their primary language, you are not communicating to them that you love them. My love language is Acts of Service. Let me know yours!
Love helps us thrive. It is the magical elixir of life. And in the spirit Valentine’s Day, let me say how much I adore and appreciate YOU.