Love languages are different ways of experiencing love. Two people in a relationship may not give and perceive love the same way. That’s why it is important to know your love language and your partner’s.
There are five love languages: physical touch, acts of service, giving or receiving gifts, words of affirmation, and quality time. Not knowing your partner’s love language can make it hard to express your love to them and vice-versa.
On top of learning more about love languages and how to work with them, I have a cheat sheet that includes not only a description of each love language but also some examples of what to do and not do.
In this post, I’m sharing more specific ideas and suggestions of what you can offer your partner based on their love language. In other words, you will know how you can communicate your love better and improve relationships by expressing love and affection in their love language.
Gift Guide Navigation:
People who have physical touch as their love language appreciate the contact, sensorial experiences and proximity. Some ideal gifts for this type of lover include:
A massage or spa session
A cuddly blanket or a cosy sweater
A surprise trip to a nice location
Acts of Service
People who have acts of service as their love language appreciate having errands done for them or getting help with their tasks. Some ideal gifts for this type of lover include:
Gluten-free snack box
A spa session
People who have receiving gifts as their love language like to receive thoughtful and personalized. Some ideal gifts for this type of lover include:
Words of Affirmation Gifts
People who have words of affirmation as their love language like items that work as verbal reminders of the love you have for them. Some ideal gifts for this type of lover include:
Quality Time Gifts
People who have quality time as their love language like to receive experiences in which they can spend meaningful time with their loved ones. Some ideal gifts for this type of lover include:
Date Night Ideas
Couple Bracelet DIY
Couple Card Game
I hope you find this gift guide useful. I think it makes decision-making easier when it comes to selecting the perfect gift for a loved one. By picking a gift that fits your partner’s love language, you increase the likelihood of making him or her feel loved.
If you don’t know your and your partner’s love language yet, get my cheat sheet for free and read my previous post about how to work with the five love languages. If you already do know your love language, let me know if you would like the gift suggestions I made for your love language and what else would you add.
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This is a really good idea, to match gifts to a person’s love language.