Love Language

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How do you spell love quote by A.A. Milne

My husband does not remember birthdays or anniversaries. He is not a giver of flowers or fancy chocolate. He does however, fill the gas in my car when it’s running low because he knows that I don’t have time to do that. He goes out of his way to get me my favorite brand of ice cream. He looks after our boys on weekends so I can have some ‘me’ time. He works very hard to ensure that we live a comfortable life. That is my husband’s love language.

I am a rememberer of birthdays, anniversaries and any other special occasion. I am a gift giver and a greeting card sender. I am a memory keeper. I take photographs of my children, of life’s milestones, and everyday joys. I write in my blog about what motherhood means to me, and document my children’s milestones and daily shenanigans. That is my love language. 

My oldest is nearly 4, and speech delayed. I’m not sure if he understands what”I love you” means. Even through all the challenges that come with a speech delay, my son is loving and affectionate. He greets us in the morning with a cheery “Hi!”. He cares for his little brother very much, and takes his hand when we go out. He hugs with wild abandon. He’s my cuddler and snuggler. That is his love language.

My littlest doesn’t like to take my hand when we walk together (except his brother’s). He doesn’t always enjoy his brother’s over-boisterous hugs. He does however, like to back up and sit down on my lap when we’re on the floor together. When he’s tired, he puts his head on my shoulder. He kisses with enthusiasm. He dances when the music comes on, and even when it ends, because he loves making us smile. That is his love language. 

It doesn’t have to be said all the time. It doesn’t have to be shown with presents or flowers or cards. It doesn’t have to be dramatic. Your love language can be made up of the tiniest things – it is in the way he rests his hand gently on the small of your back. It is in the way she cuts off the crusts on your sandwich. It is in the look in their eyes when they see you in the morning. It is in the hugs they give you before they go to sleep. That, is love language.

What is your love language?

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Alison Lee is a former PR and marketing professional turned work-at-home mother. After a 10-year career in various PR agencies, and of the world’s biggest sports brands, Alison traded in product launches and world travel, for sippy cups, diapers, and breastfeeding. Alison's writing has been featured on Mamalode, On Parenting at The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Everyday Family, Scary Mommy, and She is one of 35 essayists in the anthology, My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Leaving and Losing Friends. In 2012, she founded Little Love Media, a social media consultancy specializing in blog book tours, and because she doesn’t sleep, is an editor at BonBon Break, an online magazine. Alison lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with her husband and four children (two boys and boy/ girl twins).

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  • December 9, 2013 vanita

    incredibly sweet post Alison. What is my love language? Hmm, I think my family could answer that better than me. I surely do forget my anniversary, every year, Even now I can’t tell you if it’s the 4th or 6th of august. wow, i bite. I am a big hugger, I can tell you that for sure. 😀
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      I think you CARE. You really do. Even though we’ve never met, I feel your care and love. That’s a great thing!

  • December 9, 2013 Allie

    Of course my love language is similar to yours. I’m a doer, a writer, a card sender, a capturer of memories. I used to tell my husband all the time – don’t tell me you love me, SHOW me. He has and he does (now!) but I think it’s important what you’ve expressed here; just because others don’t share our love language, we can appreciate and acknowledge theirs. Another great one my friend!
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      You’re like my sister from another mister! (except you’re fitter and cuter)

  • December 9, 2013 Allie

    I think my love language is the same as your, and my husband is more like your husband. I’ve been meaning to read that book, because this was a big discussion in my book club last year. I’m fascinated by how we all show our love differently and being aware of the different love languages is so important for harmony.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Yes, I love that perspective of different love languages intermingling and creating harmony.

  • December 9, 2013 Barbara

    Ah so true! My husband’s love language is the same as yours and it is truly magical. Having my car filled with gas, or the fact he goes to the grocery store so I don’t have to do it with two boys. It’s perfection.

    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      It is, absolutely!

  • December 9, 2013 Nicole

    Pooh bear is a wise little fella! Love that quote. And LOVE this post. There are so many different ways to show love. I’m definitely the gift giver in our family. My husband is the tickle monster. Right now my oldest shows her love in the hug-you-until-you-are-gasping-for-air variety while the little one likes to lay the sweetest, sloppiest kisses on both cheeks and then your nose. Makes me want to scoop them both up in a huge bear hug and never let go.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Aw, your little ones sound AWESOME!!

  • December 9, 2013 Herchel S

    I am a nurturer and very considerate. My husband doesn’t make a big to do about birthdays or anniversaries but his Christmas gifts are always the most considerate, generous, and many times, the “perfect” gift that I would never have thought I would like!
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      That sounds perfect, Herchel!

  • December 9, 2013 Alexa

    Oh this post is so sweet. I’ve learned a lot about love languages in the past few years, and how they can all vary so greatly. I have two love languages. Acts of Service and Affirmation. I just want to know that I am valued… I know, it sounds so narcissistic… but that’s what makes me feel loved. My littlest also does the back up into my lap. I love that!
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      That is not narcissistic at all! I feel the same way – I do want to feel valued too. The backing into lap thing is so cute, I don’t want it to ever end.

  • December 9, 2013 Kerstin

    I remember your posts at Dr. Greene! They were all great!
    Our love language is just that: we say lots of I love yous every day (plus hugging 🙂 )
    Sometimes we even say it in German 😉
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Your family is adorable. I can just imagine you guys hugging and saying I love you.

  • December 10, 2013 Amber Day Hicks

    My Hubs is the same he doesn’t really speak it or do the mushy gushy stuff… My daughter & I are very mushy gushy… LOL!!! ~A~
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Perfect match then! 🙂

  • December 10, 2013 Tamara

    I like the way Des hugs. He actually puts pressure in them, as he walks to me. And walking is his love language because he didn’t do it until 16 months so we were so freakin’ happy when it happened, that each time got a standing ovation. So now he expects it. Each time! Which is all day, every day!
    Anyway. My husband isn’t very showy with emotions, but he will fill the car with gas and he always brings me my favorite gelato so it sounds like he could be similar to yours.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      I love Des’ love language – how sweet is he!! Keep the videos coming!

  • December 10, 2013 Tracie

    This is so beautiful. My daughter’s love language is all actions and gifts – she will make you a card, or write you a poem, or occasionally give you a hug when she is having a really deep emotional moment, but those hugs and kisses are hard to come by.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      She sounds like a special girl, Tracie.

  • December 10, 2013 Kir

    I spell LOVE lots of ways..a card, a hug, a conversation that takes 2 minutes than it should but I want that person to feel heard.
    My husband is a talker and doer. He doesn’t forget special days, but he also makes sure the car has been vacuumed and gassed up for me. He is the best of both worlds (most days)

    and my sons…wow, the love that flows out of them. Saying it, doing it, meaning it. All the time. It’s like they are little me’s and I love seeing them care and love other people.

    I needed this post today, in the middle of this nightmare I’m in , I found this refreshing and comforting.

    I will say it and do it more often, I promise. you never know when you won’t be able to. XOXOO

    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Kir, my heart is heavy for you right now.
      Today, I WILL spell my love for you. And I’m sending it across the oceans to you and yours.
      I love you. xoxoxo

  • December 10, 2013 NJ

    My love language is acts of service. When my husband helps out in some unexpected way, it nearly brings me to tears. Acts of service is the love language I most easily give, because it is so meaningful to me. Malone is a cuddler, hugger, and snuggler- his love language is physical touch, hands down. Mike’s love language is quality time. We’re all different. It makes me wonder with Lola’s will be.

    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Acts of service is beautiful and awesome!

  • December 10, 2013 Michelle

    My husband is not usually a gift giver or even a date rememberer either. But he helps out around the house and does so much for our kids. For me, I’d have to say I show my love with photos. I’ve documented and written and our house is covered with love on the walls and in books.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Photography is such a great way to show love!

  • December 10, 2013 Stacey

    What a lovely post! I love how absolutely different everyone is, even though sometimes it is hard to figure out love languages. I am a doer. I give of myself, my time, my baked goods, my company. That is my love language.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      That is a beautiful love language. Everyone needs a doer in their lives.

  • December 10, 2013 Nina

    I loved reading this, Alison.

    I suppose my love language is in my actions (much like your husband’s). I don’t really do the cards and gifts thing all the time, but I tend to go out of my way to help my husband in little things that will hopefully make his day better. I think my husband is a gifter. He probably gives me more than I’ve given him, both for occasions and for random days. I love it though; I’m amazed when he puts so much thought into the gifts.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Thoughtful gifts are the best!

  • December 10, 2013 Shannon

    There you go again, Alison, making me think. I suppose my love language is in the form of words. I tell people how I feel about them. I have a difficult time keeping any feeling a secret, really. My husband gives his love in the form of laughs and smiles. He makes me laugh. I love that (most of the time).
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Words and laughter = happiness and contentment. 🙂

  • December 10, 2013 Emily

    This is a great question to ponder. One of my love languages is compliments- affirmation. I think my love language is more like your husbands, a little less-planned. I have a hard time getting my act together for holidays and birthdays, but like to be thoughtful at random times.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      My husband is really good with the random thoughtfulness. For that, I am ever grateful.

  • December 10, 2013 Cori

    Love this! I posted about The Five Languages in October: right around our anniversary. <3
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Very interesting! I read your post and did the ‘test’!

  • December 10, 2013 Ann

    I never really thought about this, but its something everyone should consider–in their family and in their relationships. If you don’t know how another person is speaking their love–you might miss it or mis-understand it.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Yes, exactly!

  • December 10, 2013 MomWithaDot

    There are many times I’ve felt I’m like you. Some stuff among those could be a girl thing, like the greeting cards, memory keeper role. I’m like that. During our engagement, it was I who wrote lovey-dovey notes to my husband on paper that I thread painted to make a watermark background, n all that. Yeah, I’m like that – dwell in detail and creativity, eager to ‘show’ in many ways that I love and all that. My husband on the other hand is like yours – showing his love in day to day acts rather than in a capsule such as a card or a poem or flowers. On the flowers…sigh! will write about it soon 🙂
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Do! Write about the flowers!

  • December 10, 2013 My Inner Chick

    Alison Lee,
    Whatever you say seems to be quite relevant, beautiful, insightful, & interesting.

    I, for one, LOVE your “Love Language!

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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      And I, yours! xoxo

  • December 10, 2013 Keely

    I’m currently prepping ingredients to make Christmas cookies with the girls- even though I’m about a gazillion weeks pregnant- because I know it’ll the be the best (and messiest) thing they’ll do all week. 🙂
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      You’re the best Mom!!

  • December 10, 2013 melissa

    My husband told me that when he comes home I act like it’s the best thing in the world..that really makes his day. And my kids faces light up when I greet them in the morning. Also I love a good cuddle. My husband and I are very touchy feely with one another. For us it is all the little things. (Though I won’t lie I LOVE giving gifts to people I love)
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      That’s so incredibly sweet!!
      I adore gift-giving, and I love the reactions when people get their gifts.

  • December 10, 2013 erin margolin

    the part about your son not speaking much yet? only saying “Hi!” enthusiastically, but loves cuddles and snuggles? that’s our Piper, too. it’s so hard. she blows kisses, she hugs and pats. she smiles… BIG! but i long to hear a real sentence. especially more than once on a random day (and then haven’t heard it again since, sad face) three blue moons ago.

    sometimes i wonder what my love language is. i’m beginning to think it’s nagging. yelling. snapping. because my regular language is boring or not heard or not interesting or not cool.

    and my husband’s love language is money, pretty much.
    my love language, i like to think (other than the nagging, the blogging/writing/documenting kids’ lives, etc) is giving. giving to others. and teaching my kids as i/we do so.

    otherwise? i guess my voice is pretty quiet. my language feels…. empty somehow. or lost. or broken.

    and i love you.
    and your writing has moved me again, as always.

    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Erin, your love language is NOT all those things. Let me tell you what it is, from what I gather…

      It’s being supportive of your friends. It’s sharing your words and heart. It’s being there for people you love. That is your love language. xoxo

  • December 10, 2013 Adrienne

    I admit there is a part of me that craves verbal praise. I have a disturbing need to know that I’m doing a good job. That can be hard sometimes, b/c my husband is like your husband. His love language is giving to me through real life stuff like ya know, a paycheck or making a gummi bear run when I’m not pregnant, or decorating my little man’s cake yesterday! That right. He decorated it. Wait until you see it! It’s in drafts with much talk about my hubby, so this is a timely topic.

    He’s not a talker. In the end, I’d take his actions over words any day! 😉
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Sounds to me like he’s a keeper!
      As they say, sometimes action speaks louder than words.

  • December 10, 2013 Cheryl

    Such a great post! It took me seven-ish years into my marriage before I truly understood my husband’s love language and how different it is from mine. Finally learning each other’s love language has made us a stronger, closer couple today.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      It definitely helps when you understand each other that way!

  • December 10, 2013 AwesomelyOZ

    I love this post Alison! It’s so true, we each show and expressive love differently. Like you, I am the rememberer of birthdays and events, I keep a calendar and link it to my boyfriends so he’s up-to-date and we’re in sync. He doesn’t do gifts, but he’s been doing that with me which I greatly appreciate. He does take care of me when I’m sick, drives all the time since I’m usually exhausted (and would do so when I lived 2 hours away so I wouldn’t have to – he’d spend the night and then go to work 2 hours away the next morning just so I wouldn’t have to), and even now he’s working 2 jobs to help pay me free up some income and pay off some stuff so we can ‘breath’ a bit, so I don’t have to take on a 2nd job or side gigs. He takes my son to school and gets him whatever he needs without hesitation and there’s nothing more adorable than seeing both my nerds on the computer playing video games (for a specified amount of time). My son is the best and he gives me hugs and kisses until this day, even though he’s 6 and they usually don’t at this age, he loves holding my hand still and is getting better at asking how my day was after school when I pick him up. Both my boys allow me to nap when I need once a day since i have a sleep disorder and it’s part of my management technique. I’m a very lucky lady and so are you! Have a great one! -Iva
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Iva, you definitely have some wonderful people in your life!

  • December 10, 2013 Gracielle

    I love this! My love languages is gifts and acts of service. I read that book the “5 Languages of Love” by Gary Chapman. That book is heavily weighted on relationships and marriage, but I love how you identified your kids’ love language. So sweet!
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      I just checked it out online, so very interesting!

  • December 10, 2013 Lady Jennie

    I love this: “He hugs with wild abandon.” 🙂

    My love language – the way I feel loved – is through touch (appropriate touch, of course). I have some friends who are naturals at hugs, back rubs – things like that. And I just soak it in. And the other way I feel loved is when someone serves me. I can get overwhelmed easily so when people help with my dishes or just do little thoughtful acts of service, I feel so loved.

    The easiest and most pleasurable way for me to give love is to a) cook for people, and b) listen to people attentively. I can do other things, like service or spending time together (oddly enough it’s not as easy as listening to people), but I don’t enjoy it the same way. It costs me to do it.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Cooking for people, then listening to them? I want to spend time with you!

  • December 10, 2013 Laura

    I love this. Love languages are so important to focus on because it can be easy to think that love isn’t happening if it isn’t in your language. Realizing that our family does love, even if it is different than the way we love is key for a healthy family.

    As for me, I’m a words of affirmation and acts of service girl. My husband is a gift giver and he feels love through touch.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      I am equally weighted in acts of service, words of affirmation and quality time – all things my husband does do and show me. I’m so blessed.

  • December 10, 2013 Andrea

    Oh, the back up and sit down – I love that! My love language is quality time spent together. If you’re willing to sit with me and have a nice, long chat, my cup is full.

    I wish I were more of a memory keeper. I enjoy the memories, but I admit I don’t do much to preserve them. You are a wonderful encourager and supporter in this way.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Let me show you some love, Andrea!! (if only we lived closer)

  • December 10, 2013 Amanda

    Oh, my my, how I love this. Our love language? My daughters, each on her own, has selected a mark on my body. One’s favorite is a freckle on my shoulder, another the mole on the edge of my waist, and my oldest, the hollow in my neck. They touch these places on me to soothe and ground themselves. And my love language, it’s laughing with them, getting down low and deep in the sand or leaves, and playing. My way is in staying fluent in the language of play.

    Thank you for this reminder.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Amanda, that is wonderful! I love that – physical touch as love language. Your play language is very much that of quality time (based on the 5 languages of love) – one of the languages I value the most. Truly wonderful.

  • December 11, 2013 julie gardner

    “You don’t spell it, you feel it.”

    I think sometimes I worry so much about spelling my love out to others that I don’t stop to feel it.
    And that can’t be good for anyone.

    So. Lesson for Christmas: Stop and feel the love.
    Thanks Alison. And Winnie the Pooh.

    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      I do hope you do, because Julie, you are so very loved. xoxo

  • December 11, 2013 Katie E

    Lovely, Alison. And it’s so true that we each have different love languages. All of my kids are different. And my speech delayed boy just recently started kissing me and it’s about the sweetest thing EVER 🙂
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Aw, that is beautiful!

  • December 11, 2013 KalleyC

    Such a sweet post. My language of love is giving my hubby a little something extra with his dinner to let him know that I was thinking of him. Also, with his lunches, we will occasionally find surprises in them.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      That is a lovely way to show love!

  • December 11, 2013 Amanda Jillian

    So sweet me and my kids do cuddles and book readings. I love hearing about this stuff.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Cuddles and books- perfect!

  • December 11, 2013 Stevie

    This one warms my heart. My husband has a similar love language to your husband. Sometimes he get’s me a card, sometimes he doesn’t. He doesn’t plan romantic dates. But he gets me gas, and oil changes, and puts jumper cables and a first aid kit in my car. I’m a mix, I think. I often say it. I love to use words. But I also try to be the person that steps up when you need help. I like to show up when I’m needed, even if I can’t be there all the time. I think the important thing is to recognize love in others. So often we get frustrated because we think the other person isn’t showing us love. But they are. In their own way.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Yes, which is why I believe strongly in recognizing the different love languages. Sounds to me like you and your husband have it figured out!

  • December 11, 2013 Shannon

    I am a gift giver. I love to think of the perfect gift for someone and see the joy received when opened. I also love words of affirmation. BUT, my husband is neither of these. Funny how that works out, isn’t it? He is a total “touch” guy and it took is a little bit to figure this out!! But once we did it totally made sense to the both of us and we saw what each of us had been trying to do the whole time.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      I think it’s great that you and your husband have figured out each other’s love language!

  • December 11, 2013 Christine

    I remember reading this at Dr. Greene! Such a lovely and sweet post. I’m definitely the rememberer and the gift giver.
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    • December 11, 2013 Alison

      Thank you, Christine!

  • December 11, 2013 Kim

    I love this. So much of showing love is unspoken, isn’t it?
    The unspoken love is some of the loudest, most telling love there is.
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    • December 14, 2013 Alison

      Yes, the unspoken love language is definitely the loudest!

  • December 11, 2013 Natalie

    I remember reading this post the first time…and loved it…and it is totally true. The small, simple acts show love!
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    • December 14, 2013 Alison

      I truly appreciate you having read the original, Natalie! xo

  • December 11, 2013 Rebeccafaith

    I think knowing your love language as well as the love language of others is important, so I really enjoyed this post. My love language is definitely through affection and words. My husband’s language is rarely verbalized and speaks louder through actions. It’s funny how we frequently pick a partner whose love language is different than our own. Does that make us bilingual? Also, I love that your husband fills your gas tank. Isn’t that just the best?
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    • December 14, 2013 Alison

      I like that perspective – of being love language bilingual!

  • December 12, 2013 Ashlee

    Words are definitely my love language, for both giving and receiving. I’ve been researching a lot about love languages lately, so I’m so happy you wrote this! Probably one of the best posts I’ve read this week so far.

    • December 14, 2013 Alison

      Aw, thank you, Ashlee!

  • December 12, 2013 Sarah

    I am not married to a romantic, sentimental guy, either. My love language is acts of service – I cook dinner almost every night for my family (and I am obsessive about finding the perfect recipe for various homemade snacks) because I love them and I want them to have healthy food to keep them going.
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    • December 14, 2013 Alison

      That’s a beautiful love language, Sarah!

  • December 14, 2013 runnermom-jen

    This is sweet Alison. Everyone has their own love language…I love it 🙂
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    • December 14, 2013 Alison

      Thank you, Jen, I’m glad you do!

  • December 19, 2013 Kimberly

    Yes. This.
    Love is felt. It’s the gestures, not the gifts, that make us feel loved. Sure we all make mistakes like forgetting important dates and not wanting to hold hands, but all of those little things, trump those mistakes.
    My love language is the quiet.
    When there is no awkwardness in the silence, you feel the love without saying a single word. Love does all the talking.
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    • December 20, 2013 Alison

      I like your love language. xoxo

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