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I Just Had an Epiphany...

I’ve always taken the idea of marriage quite seriously, and I’ve always had a desire to be married, but my whole perspective has changed lately. A few years ago, marriage was all about having this fairytale ending love that could conquer any storm, but as I grow older and closer to God, I realized that love is very important, but a marriage centered around Christ is even more important. 874 more words

Talk-That-Talk Thursday

What Made You Feel Loved?

Last night we had a bonfire with our small group. After everyone had left, my husband and I sat out by the fire and talked while we waited for it to die down. 179 more words

Marriage

When It Feels Like You’re Swimming Upstream in Molasses

It was the dreaded question. “How’s your book coming?” I sighed and confessed to my friend, “Some days when I write, I feel like I’m swimming upstream in molasses.” There’s a reason it’s called writer’s block. 747 more words

Serving Others

How to fill your child’s love tank using the 5 Love Languages

To be their best, children need to feel loved. However if you and your child speak different love languages, your affection might get lost in translation, affecting the child’s attitude, behaviour and development.

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5 Love Languages

The 5 Love Languages: Not Just for Lovers.

For today’s character development exercise, we’re going to look at “The Five Love Languages,” developed by Gary Chapman. Basically, there are 5 different ways people express and receive love: 531 more words

The Importance of Love Languages

Well, here’s a post that should have been done in February :P!

In case you don’t know what the 5 Love Languages are, here is the list: 656 more words

Reflections From Life

The 5 Love Languages - Acts of Service

Time for the in-no-specific-order second language – Acts of Service.

Acts of Service are exactly what they sound like – acts that you do for your partner.  224 more words

Therapy