Physical Touch: Purchase a massage for someone you love, or if you’re feeling extra lovey-dovey, pamper them with your own two hands.
Acts Of Service: When it comes down to it, you’re too nice. You go out of your way to help people before they even ask and end up getting walked over.
‘Physical Touch’: Create an embrace that’s uniquely yours.
Affection is how I say I love you. It’s how I feel loved in return.
Acts of Service: You are the opposite of empty words or broken promises – you are the person who does what they say they’re going to do. People trust you with their gut, and they know you are so real.
Quality Time: They want to be around you not because they can get some specific benefit from you, but simply because they care about you and they get so much joy from the two of you being together.
Acts of Service:
Don’t ever convince yourself that your love language isn’t romantic. Picking up flowers or bringing home chocolates is easy – but all of those gross, tedious, or boring things someone does for you? That is true, unshakeable, unaffected love.
When you love someone who values Quality Time, then they want to both give and receive the most priceless and irreplaceable gift of all – time.
Physical touch: Instead of cuddling with you to fall asleep, they roll over to their own side of the bed. They let go of your hand soon after you reach over to hold it.
Quality Time: Stay single until you meet the person who makes you feel the most like yourself, because whenever you are with them, the walls come down, and all that exists is just the two of you together, enjoying one another’s company and being 100% yourselves.