The 5 Love Languages Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
The 5 Love Languages is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
User reviews about the book
Highly recommend this book.
By It'll happen...some day
Good book with excellent insights which are presented simply. Never before have I do felt the author was talking directly to me. I would strongly encourage engaged couples read this book.
I love this book
By natalie isabela sortland
This is a book on my favourites list
This book is so amazing it really helped me learn my love language and now I’m learning my husbands I originally bought this book about 3 years ago when I didn’t know if our marriage was going to make it but never read it until now I wish I would have read it then it would have been so much easier for me to get it right I just want to love my husband the best way possible we have been together for 19 years I was 14 and him 15 I think everyone should read this book it’s just truly amazing (writing this with tears of joy in my eyes)
Better understand your loved ones
Reading this book has helped broaden my perspective while encouraging patience with my husband and family. Now, I understand that we love in different ways and I can show care to loved ones in their language.
Must read and keep on file!
Amazing info & insight!
This book is so incredibly helpful and will forever be beneficial - these love languages are rules of life!
By Ehsan Alipour
I wonder why people should suffer when they can make huge changes in theirs lives...
Very thoughtful book!
By TEAM NEW YORK
Behind the stars is more like a 4.5 but Chapman earns the half because what this book does in the long run! It really identifies who you are in your relationship and how you want to be validated as an individual first. It's simple and informative and if your smart you know you have to share it with your spouse!
Idiots' Guide to Emotional Maturity
My mother harped about the concepts of this book for so much of my adolescence that when I read it, I suddenly understood why she had become so dependent on it. If you don't have any emotional intelligence or, at the very least, a healthy amount of introspection, this a solid guide to avoid hurting your loved ones. Let's not mince words: this is a sophomoric approach to interacting with people and it's disturbing that so many adults, adults responsible for the emotional and physical wellbeing of others, need this.
This book really helped me understand my husband better but most importantly it helped me understand myself better.