This is a brief reminder to keep your love on to those around you and to keep in mind the main love language(s) of those you want to show love and appreciation towards!
Breakthroughs can happen in relationships when you keep this in mind - be mindful to love others in the way THEY
best receive love - which can mean sacrificing some on your part especially if expressing love in that way doesn't come naturally to you!
I personally believe we can express love and should express love to others in many creative ways - but it does help to not neglect loving others in their special love language so we can really fill their love tank!
Many of us are familiar with the 5 Love Languages below as shared by Gary Chapman in his book, The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts:
Physical touch (affection)
Words of Affirmation
Acts of Service
Truity is a company that released their version of SEVEN love languages a year ago in 2022 after surveying over 500,000 people! See if you can connect to these (you will notice Gary Chapman's 5 Love languages as part of these 7):
ty: The person feels valued when others take interest and spend time doing activities and hobbies with them.
Appreciation: The person feels loved with others express appreciation, compliments, and praises to them.
Emotional: The person feels loved when others emotionally connect with them and are there for them during rhe highs and lows of life, especially through difficult, times.
Intellectual: The person feels loved when others value their opinion and intelligence and take part in discussions on important issues.
Financial: The person feels loved when others are generous with their resources and finances towards them. Recieving gifts fills their love tank.
Physical: The person loves hugs, snuggles, and physical affection.
Practical: The person feels loved when people help with everday duties, chores and responsibliites.
We at Explicit Movement love to support you in having loving, healthy relationships!
"Keep your love on!" - Danny Silk