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A Joosr Guide to The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman - The Secret to Love that Lasts - cover

A Joosr Guide to The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman - The Secret to Love that Lasts

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Falling in love is easy, so why is staying in love so much more complicated? The secret to a successful relationship is simply a case of learning your spouse's language. Strengthen your relationship through effective communication and ensure an enduring and loving marriage. 
 
 
 
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman is a wonderful guidebook for married couples. It reveals that everyone has a primary love language and why it's so important to communicate with our spouse in their individual love language. Read about real-life couples who were on the verge of marital failure, but who were able to turn things around quickly with simple, easy to implement strategies. Practiced on a daily basis, these love language tips can help you and your partner fall in love all over again and create a beautiful union that will stand the test of time. 
 
 
 
You will learn:
 
·      Why saying "I love you" may not be enough
 
·      How to transform your marriage into one that rivals the greatest love stories
 
·      What little tactics you can implement today to make your partner feel special.

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