Love is a Verb!!!

What is the difference between love as a noun or verb? Essentially, the words “I love you” without support, action and visible or tangible evidence is empty love. Understanding the love language of your partner helps make sure you are on the right frequency or channel to ensure your partner feels loved. Think of a discuss about love as preventive maintenance for the relationship.

Dr. Gary Chapman, has published a book, “The 5 Love Languages”. Take a moment to review the 5 Love Languages listed below for yourself. Then, plan to have a discussion with your partner to explore their feelings and ideas about the following quite universal and comprehensive concepts about love. First of all, decide which love language is the one you seek or need the most. Ask yourself, how you show love from this list below. Then, as a quality check, get with your partner to share your thoughts, ideas and feelings about the “right” love language for you. The 5 are:

  1. Words of affirmation
  2. Quality time
  3. Receiving gifts
  4. Acts of service
  5. Physical touch
Reading the book will help you understand and define how to enhance love in your life, romance and intimacy. Communicating about what works for you can lead to greater fulfillment and loving action. 

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Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor brings thirty years of experience in practicing counseling psychology with individuals and couples. His approach is cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. Specific specialties include; anxiety and stress management, chronic pain & chronic illness management, depression, substance abuse evaluations, employee assistance and executive coaching for workplace performance and leadership.