Parenting Children - September 1, 2012
Day 19 – Summary of the Love Languages
• We need to express love to our child(ren) in all five ways
• some expressions of love/love languages will be more important to them than others
• as our children grow older we need to try to recognize their primary and secondary ways of feeling loved
• pay particular attention to using their principal love languages
Which expressions of love do you think make the most difference to your children? Which of the five do you find most difficult to give? What would help you show love in this way?
From Series: "Parenting Children Ages 0-10"
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