Can I spoil my child with love?

The five love languages of children

Can I spoil my child with love?

Although your child will have their own unique love language they need a little bit of all the five languages. Hold and kiss your child, tell them that you love them and that you are proud of them, spend time playing and being with them, help them with tasks and top it off with a nice little gift.

Quality Time in a Relationship - By Tondani Mukhanu

Love Languages

Quality Time in a Relationship - By Tondani Mukhanu

"Quality time" is an informal reference to time spent with loved ones; such as close family, partners or friends that is in some way important, special, productive or profitable. It is time that is set aside for undivided attention to people that we love, in this case more specifically our partners. Quality time may also refer to time spent performing some favorite activities. 

Love Languages - Physical Touch - By Tondani Mukhanu

Love Languages - Physical Touch - By Tondani Mukhanu
In the field of linguistics a single language might have five different dialects and likewise the love language of physical touch can be expressed in a variety of ways. The need to feel loved is a primary human emotional need; hence if you give your spouse their primary love language in heavy doses, the other four can just be sprinkled in.

Love Languages - Acts of service

By Tondani Mukhanu

  • 19 November 2013
  • Author: Tondani
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Love Languages - Acts of service
Acts of Service is one of the 5 Love Languages that Dr. Gary Chapman describes in his book. This love language is all about making the person feel loved by helping them in any way that you can. This type of person enjoys hearing the words, "how can I help you?" or "What could I do to make today easier for you?"

Love Languages - The Gift Of Giving - By Tondani Mukhanu

Love Languages - Gift of Giving

According to the Thesaurus dictionary; a gift is something that is bestowed voluntarily and without compensation. Hence it is clear that a gift should be something that is not coerced, but something given freely and without preconceived expectations. In all cultures there is an aspect of gift giving and it is apparent that gift giving is a fundamental part showing our appreciation and/love.

Love Languages - Words of Affirmation - By Tondani Mukhanu

Love Languages - Words of Affirmation
Think of this as a way of expressing love emotionally because words speak to the soul. Tell your partner how much you love him/her, how much you appreciate their presence in your life, how beautiful, how handsome they are etc. Dr Chapman talks of King Solomon’s words of wisdom when Solomon said that “The tongue has the power of life and death” 
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