Love is in the air, or is that just the smell of our savory bowls?! With Valentine’s day around the corner, we want to help you discover your love language. Just like how people have different ways they prefer to customize their bowls,we also have different ways we prefer to give and receive love! By discovering your love language you can significantly improve and strengthen your relationships.

Here is a breakdown of the 5 love languages:

Words of Affirmation: If your love language is words of affirmation, you value words of encouragement from your partner. This can be when your partner writes or says words that support and uplift you, it helps you to feel a greater connection with them. An example of this would be frequent “I love you’s” or compliments.

Quality Time: If your love language is quality time then you feel most connected to your partner when they want to actively spend time with you. You specifically love hanging out with your partner and having them actively listen, make eye contact, and giving their undivided attention! If this sounds like you then your love language may be quality time!

Acts of Service: If you love when your partner brings you a cup of coffee in the mornings or takes care of you when you’re not feeling well then your love language may be acts of service! This love language is for those who feel that actions speak louder than words and like to see their partner go above and beyond to help them feel loved.

Gifts: If you love receiving meaningful and thoughtful gifts then your love language may be gifting! This means that you feel loved when receiving an item from your partner.

Physical Touch: If you love receiving physical acts of affection such as holding hands or hugs then your love language may be physical touch. People with physical touch as their love language like when their partner loves and values them physically.

Which love language do you identify the most with?
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Have a Bee-autiful day !