★★★★ ☐ The publisher has provided a copy for review.
What's new in this edition of Love Languages? Two of our children are married; two are single. And I've observed that singles definitely view life from their unique perspective, whether they've been single always, in a relationship, or married and divorced or widowed.
Chapman explains how to receive and give love appropriately. How can a single person express their affection and desire for closeness in ways that promote relationships?
Well worth picking up as a review (if you read the first book) or as an exploration of ways to communicate to others and deepen relationships in a healthy way, beyond superficial hellos and handshakes in social situations from at home, work, church or other settings.