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The 5 Love Languages of Children/The 5 Love Languages of Teenagers Set by [Chapman, Gary, Campbell, Ross]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2598 KB
  • Print Length: 457 pages
  • Publisher: Northfield Publishing (21 April 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006IWD40M
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #321,340 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It came to me at right moment as I can use the advises given for my kids and the youth I'm working with!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Invaluable Book for Any Parent 30 Dec. 2016
By Andy - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an incredibly cool and invaluable read. I originally checked this book out at the library, but then decided there were enough relevant gems of awesomeness that my frequently sleep deprived brain would want to be reminded of that I purchased it.

I began reading this because it was well recommended, and I was searching for the answers to a mystery. I am the kind of person that goes out of their way to do things, specifically, acts of service, for the ones I love. I tell them too, of course, but I am mostly a person who does by deeds, because life has taught me that words can be said without having an ounce of meaning to them. So I was puzzled...I do so many things for my precious daughter, that to me, my love is blindingly, glaringly obvious. And then one day she asks me, "Mom, do you really love me?"

Honestly, I may as well have been stabbed. Part of me is still internally bleeding thinking about it. I know in some ways, because her brother has specialized needs, it may be easy for her to feel less important, because he has needed a lot of help, but even if it cost me personally, I have tried to make sure I have given her all that I can of myself so I was devastated and confused.

And then I read this book, and a few things clicked. This book focuses on the premise that everybody has one of 5 love languages as their primary language, meaning, the way they recognize love as shown by other people. I am clearly an act of service person, but as I read the book, it became very clear to me my daughter was not...she's a words of affirmation kind of person, and that is number 4 on my list, only thing that comes in after it is gifts. So I began leaving her heart shaped notes filled with the things I love about her every day in her school lunch. I started following their recommendations for how to provide constructive criticism or discipline to a words of affirmation child, and holy cow...the difference it made was huge. Now she tells me she knows that she is loved, and she's hording a pile of the notes I leave her in the captain's drawer on her bed, that's how important this was to her.

I also extrapolated it to other areas, like I realized that sometimes when I felt like somebody didn't love me because they failed to do something I asked for their help on, they probably weren't trying to send that message. They almost certainly have a different primary language, and would no doubt be just as devastated as I was if they knew how I had been internalizing such omissions.

So for me, I found this to be a priceless and invaluable read, and I highly recommend it to anyone, especially if it seems like you and your children are somehow out of sink with how you express and feel love.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty simple but makes sense 17 May 2013
By Carol C. - Published on Amazon.com
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This book made so much sense to me and is fairly easy to implement. The premise is rather simplistic, but it makes sense. The author posits that children have "love tanks" and our job as parents is to keep those love tanks filled. He contends that most misbehavior occurs because a child's love tank is running on empty. However, there is not a single fuel to put in every love tank -- different children need different things to feel loved.

The author posits that there are 5 basic love languages -- different things that different children need to feel loved. These things are:
1. Gifts
2. Words of affirmation
3. Acts of Service
4. Quality time
5. Physical touch.
5.0 out of 5 stars I wish everyone would read this guy's work. Seriously. 11 July 2015
By Matt - Published on Amazon.com
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As a mental health professional, I am here to tell you that EVERYONE who is either in a relationship, wants to be in a relationship, has been in a relationship, or knows and interacts with any other human beings should read Gary Chapman's 5 Love Languages books. In other words, everyone should read them. Seriously. I wish I had read these years ago! These two titles are tailored to learning to speak the love languages of the specific demographic identified in the titles (kids and teenagers). Gary Chapman's ideas are not necessarily based upon empirically supported research, but it is common sense in it's purest form--and it really works. The tiniest changes in how you relate to your partner (and other people) can make a huge difference in the relationship. Start with the primary book in the series (The Five Love Languages), and pick up any additional specialized titles that apply to you. This 2-pack for Kindle represents a great deal.
5.0 out of 5 stars Lots of great advice on really being able to communicate with your ... 17 April 2017
By Kaye Little - Published on Amazon.com
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Lots of great advice on really being able to communicate with your child in a way they can understand you fully.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Every Parent Should Read These!!!!!! 27 Feb. 2012
By amazonqueen - Published on Amazon.com
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My son is having a ton of behavior issues. His new teacher recommended that I read the 5 Love Languages for Children. The teen one was just a bonus. Since I have a teen at home, I opted to by the both of them together. This has really opened my eyes to not just my son's and daughter's love, but would be helpful if I have a significant other someday. I will be purchasing the one for couple's in the future.
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