Receiving Gifts: You’re always attracted to a person who is incredibly generous and thoughtful. The kind of person you always like is someone who is constantly thinking of what someone else needs.
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.
“You bring me so much happiness.”
Whisper something in their ear.
The best way to not only get in touch with how to love others and also to love ourselves is to tune into the spirit.
If your love language is receiving gifts, it’s pretty simple to identify whether or not you’re with the wrong person. The wrong person for you is prone to forgetting to send flowers to your job on significant dates like birthdays and anniversaries. They are not the type to shell out a lot (or a little) money on “just because it’s Tuesday” gifts and those types of gestures are important to you.
We build stronger connections with the people around us when we speak in words that arouse positive emotions.
After an abundance of therapy sessions, I received a diagnosis: I had an attachment disorder. The three main types of attachment styles are secure, anxious, and avoidant. When someone is left feeling anything other than secure, the other styles can leave you in the midst of a complex and confusing state of being.
People who are touched a lot are richer, happier, healthier and in stronger relationships.
When we pay attention to how people give and receive love, it allows us to make the people around us feel truly loved and seen, and cared about.