Love Languages

By luizbilang | LuizTalks | 22 Aug 2020

Lately, I've been observing what topics I write more comfortable with and ended up with topics like this, trivial and beneficial in life. I hope you'll learn a lot~!

Everyone of us have different personalities, different preferences and perceptions. One thing we also differentiate from others is our love language.

For those of you who are new to this word, Love Language is the way you percieve your love to someone, not only romantically but even in platonic relationships. Just like how most parents nag you all the time but ends up cooking delicious meals after, there are also some who frequently tells you directly how they love you. They're examples of love languages.

There are five kinds of love languages. Now, what are them?

1. Words of Affirmation


If you're someone who loves to recieve or give compliments, frequently tells someone how proud you are, how you love them and basically telling them words that encourages them, then your love language is this.

2. Acts of Service


Like my example earlier about your parents cooking you delicious meals, that is a love language. Services can also include driving them somewhere, massage or anything you do something for them.

3. Receiving/Giving Gifts


If you're the type who loves gifts or surprises then this is for you. It's pretty self-explanatory.

4. Quality Time


The most important and should be practiced this quarantine. Simply doing video calls or voice calls can already be called as quality time. Dates in general, but especially home dates are also considered as quality time.

5. Physical Touch


This is my top-tier. Hugs, cuddles, kisses. That's it. That's the last love language you may have. No need to explain things here.

Personally, it is very important to know you and your loved ones love languages to avoid misunderstandings. I've read a lot of posts about breaking up due to misunderstandings like the Person A wants quality time but since naturally Person B is a busy person, he or she thinks giving gifts is enough. They ended up breaking up.

So I hope you determined which one you have and which one your loved ones are. I hope for better understanding in this world.

Don't forget to like, comment your thoughts, let me know what yours is and subscribe if you still haven't.

Thank you!


How do you rate this article?




Hello! I'm from the Philippines, I'm 18 years old and currently a grade 12 student. I have been a Campus Journalist for almost 7 years so I am really fond of writing articles.


Talks about random things and shares my opinions on certain situations

Send a $0.01 microtip in crypto to the author, and earn yourself as you read!

20% to author / 80% to me.
We pay the tips from our rewards pool.