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Five Love Languages of Children: Parent Activity Guide PDF, ePub eBook


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Title: Five Love Languages of Children: Parent Activity Guide
Author: Gary Chapman
Publisher: Published December 1st 1998 by Lifeway Church Resources (first published May 28th 1995)
ISBN: 9780767338981
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Çocuklar İçin Beş Sevgi Dili Gary Chapman Dr. Ross Campbell KORİDOR YAYINCILIK % 30 indirim Kitapyurdu Fiyatı: 14,00 TL Liste Fiyatı: 20,00 TL Kazancınız: 6,00 TL Kazanacağınız Puan: 26 Tedarik Süresi: Yaklaşık 1 İş Günü Çocuğunuz sevildiğini hissediyor mu? Çocuğunuz bazen dikkatinizi çekmek için çırpınırken neden başka zamanlarda sizi tamamen yok sayıyor? Neden bir gün sevgi ve mi Çocuklar İçin Beş Sevgi Dili Gary Chapman Dr. Ross Campbell KORİDOR YAYINCILIK % 30 indirim Kitapyurdu Fiyatı: 14,00 TL Liste Fiyatı: 20,00 TL Kazancınız: 6,00 TL Kazanacağınız Puan: 26 Tedarik Süresi: Yaklaşık 1 İş Günü Çocuğunuz sevildiğini hissediyor mu? Çocuğunuz bazen dikkatinizi çekmek için çırpınırken neden başka zamanlarda sizi tamamen yok sayıyor? Neden bir gün sevgi ve minnet doluyken başka bir gün büsbütün kayıtsız görünüyor? Tavır. Davranış. Gelişim. Her şey sizin çocuğunuzla aranızda kurulan ilişkiye bağlı. Çocuklar sevildiklerini hissettiklerinde en iyisini yapmaya çalışırlar. Fakat çocuğunuzun sevildiğini gerçekten hissettiğinden nasıl emin olabilirsiniz? Her çocuğun sevgi dili farklıdır ve sizin sevgi diliniz çocuğunuzunkiyle taban tabana zıt olabilir. Çocuğunuzun baskın sevgi dilini keşfedin ve onun duygularında ve davranışında yansımasını görebileceğiniz koşulsuz sevgi, saygı, minnet ve sorumluluk hislerini etkin bir şekilde aktarabilmek için neler yapabileceğinizi öğrenin. Beş Sevgi Dili ile dünya çapında tanınan Dr. Gary Chapman milyonlarca çifte birbirlerinin sevgi dillerini öğrenerek nasıl daha güçlü, daha tatmin edici ilişkiler geliştirecekleri konusunda yardım etti. Şimdi de, tıpkı yetişkinler gibi çocukların da beş farklı sevgi dilini konuştuğunu öğreterek aileler için paha biçilemez bir kılavuz sunuyor. “Ebeveynlerin kitaplıklarında mutlaka bulunması gereken bir kitap. Birbirinden çok farklı ihtiyaçları olan çocuklarımla bu kitap sayesinde harika ilişkiler kurmayı başardım.” Emilie Ahren

30 review for Five Love Languages of Children: Parent Activity Guide

  1. 4 out of 5

    Exina

    The concept of the five love languages is very inspiring, and it was fun to figure out which is the best way to express my love to each of my kids. Of course it’s not that simple, not that black and white: they – just like everyone else – are multilingual. The five love languages may seem oversimplified, and some examples fabricated, but the book has its merits. It’s about love after all.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kelli

    This book is brilliant! Beyond the fact that this is a book about how to love your child in the way that he or she best identifies and recognizes as love...because that alone is a smart and beautiful undertaking, this book begins by introducing the concept of learning to speak your child's love language and then includes a gentle list of things to remember about children. In this book, Chapman and Campbell explain each of the five ways a child expresses and receives love. They explain how to iden This book is brilliant! Beyond the fact that this is a book about how to love your child in the way that he or she best identifies and recognizes as love...because that alone is a smart and beautiful undertaking, this book begins by introducing the concept of learning to speak your child's love language and then includes a gentle list of things to remember about children. In this book, Chapman and Campbell explain each of the five ways a child expresses and receives love. They explain how to identify your child's primary love language and provide numerous examples of how to speak it through various actions targeting specific age groups. Guidance is also given for using this method when there is a need to discipline and when teaching life rules to young children. A perfect gift for a mother of young children, I wish I had read this earlier. This will be my go-to gift this year. Though I was already aware of the love languages for marriage, I hadn't considered this for children. Upon reading this, it was painfully obvious which languages my two speak (both different) and what I can do differently. I will follow up and note later if some adjustments I plan to make effect change. Also, the copy I read was reprinted in 2016 and has a more modern cover. 5 stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Wedemeyer

    Immediately, I realized that I wasn't meeting each of my children's individual love need. I thought my son's main love language was physical touch but it's also words of affirmation. This is so obvious in that he is always touching, always wrestling, and always in your personal space and now that I realize it he's also always asking if everything is ok, did he do this ok, am I all right and he is so happy after receiving positive words of affirmation from myself and my husband. After reading Gar Immediately, I realized that I wasn't meeting each of my children's individual love need. I thought my son's main love language was physical touch but it's also words of affirmation. This is so obvious in that he is always touching, always wrestling, and always in your personal space and now that I realize it he's also always asking if everything is ok, did he do this ok, am I all right and he is so happy after receiving positive words of affirmation from myself and my husband. After reading Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell's tips, I began to incorporate more touch into every moment that I was near my son and a lot more words of affirmation. Whenever he is near, my hand can be found on his head, his back, or engaging in learning manners such as shaking hands. I have learned to use touch in all of his learning activities and his acting out has gone down considerably as well as his verbal skills have soared. My daughter was a little harder to discover but I quickly discovered that her love languages are acts of service and time. She wants to be with you yet she wants to do something with you. Playing games with her, baking with her, doing crafts with her, and even cleaning or doing laundry together are all reaching her needs. She also loves to work on Punky Monkey Misisons projects together like crocheting, passing out Blessed to Bless bags to the needy and taking food to the homeless. As a mom, I found that The 5 Love Languages of Children was one of the best books I could have read. I wish I would have had this as a new mom! Gary Champan and Ross Campbell use biblical principles, personal illustrations, and personal application to really open up your eyes to your child's needs. I highly recommend this book to any parent - new or old. It might just be the charge your family needs to go from average to exemplary. If every child had their love languages met just think of what a better place we would live in.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amal Al Salem

    مراجعة كتاب لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال جاري تشابمان روس كامبل وصلتني رسالة على بريدي الإلكتروني من الأخ خليل لمكتبة القراء البحرينيين، شدني عنوان الكتاب وعلى الرغم من أنني لست قارئة إلكترونية أن صح التعبير إلا أنني بدأت في قراءة الكتاب، كلمة شدتني لنهاية السطر وما أنهيه السطر حتى يأخذني السطر الآخر بقوة. لطالما أمنت بأن الحب هو نبض العلاقات هو روح العلاقات المؤسسة لحياة سعيدة، ولأسباب كثيرة نعلمها أحيانًا ونجهلها أحيانا كثيرة لا نوفق لتلك السعادة في بعض الفترات. أتحدث الآن من قلب أم وقفت ك مراجعة كتاب لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال جاري تشابمان روس كامبل وصلتني رسالة على بريدي الإلكتروني من الأخ خليل لمكتبة القراء البحرينيين، شدني عنوان الكتاب وعلى الرغم من أنني لست قارئة إلكترونية أن صح التعبير إلا أنني بدأت في قراءة الكتاب، كلمة شدتني لنهاية السطر وما أنهيه السطر حتى يأخذني السطر الآخر بقوة. لطالما أمنت بأن الحب هو نبض العلاقات هو روح العلاقات المؤسسة لحياة سعيدة، ولأسباب كثيرة نعلمها أحيانًا ونجهلها أحيانا كثيرة لا نوفق لتلك السعادة في بعض الفترات. أتحدث الآن من قلب أم وقفت كثيرًا متسائلة عن الكيفية التي تمكنها من الوصول إلى قلب أحد أبنائها، متسائلة عن سبب غضبهم في اغلب الأوقات؟ وكيف بإمكانهم التنفيس عن غضبهم دون أن يؤذوا المحيطين!؟ كيف بإمكاني مساعدتهم وجعلهم قريبين !!؟ ما هي أسباب كل ذلك !؟ أجابني الكتاب عبر فصول قائلًا : عزيزتي أنكِ لا تتحدثين لغة الحب الخاصة بطفلك، فَّفَّرغ خزان الحب لديه فتمرد في سلوكه ليلفت نظرك، أنه يحتاج لملأ ذلك الخزان من جديد بالحب ليستطيع أن يواصل الحياة فبدونه الحب هو ضعيف من الداخل. - أحبهم جميعًا وأحاول جاهدة أن أكون منصفة في تعاملي!!. - نعم ولكن تتحدثين لغة حب واحدة قد لا يفهمها جميعهم فهناك يا عزيزتي خمس لغات للحب -خمس لغات للحب ، وما هي!؟ 1- التلامس الجسدي. 2- كلمات التوكيد. 3- الهدايا. 4- أعمال الخدمة. 5- الوقت النوعي. فابحثي بين صفحاتي كيف يمكنك أن تتعلمي التحدث بتلك اللغات جميعًا وكيف تكتشفي لغة الحب الخاصة بأبنائك فكل إنسان يحتاج الخمس لغات ولكن هناك لغة واحدة ما تشعره أن محبوب. تلك اللغات مكتوبة بكلمات بسيطة لأفكار متسلسلة تأخدك تدريجيًا لإستيعاب الفكرة والجميل هو أرشادك إلى مراجع أخرى في حال الرغبة في الاستزادة، النماذج للحالات الحقيقية التي مرت على الكاتب بحكم وظيفته كدكتور نفسي دعمت الافكار بشكل جدًا قوي. أنصح كل أم وأب وزوج وزوجة يتطلعون إلى حياة أكثر راحة بقراءة الكتاب. ** لا انسى ان اتقدم بالشكر للجهود المبذولة في المكتبة الإلكترونية لتحدي القراء البحرينيين. أمل سالم 20/03/2016م

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rachael

    I think this book is fascinating! I've noticed that my children, my spouse and I all have a love language that relates to them. The love language is your preferred way of giving & receiving love. What I loved most about this book is the knowledge that when you discipline a child in their love language it cuts really deep. For example, my daughter is a words of affirmation child, and when I correct her actions, she shuts down (even when I do it in the nicest way 'we can't touch that sweetie') I think this book is fascinating! I've noticed that my children, my spouse and I all have a love language that relates to them. The love language is your preferred way of giving & receiving love. What I loved most about this book is the knowledge that when you discipline a child in their love language it cuts really deep. For example, my daughter is a words of affirmation child, and when I correct her actions, she shuts down (even when I do it in the nicest way 'we can't touch that sweetie') My son is a physical touch child, and if I punish him by not letting him sit on my lap, it really hurts his feelings. But if I correct him with words, he doesn't care. It talks a lot about how parents can do everything they want to show their children love, but if they are not showing the child love in the way they prefer it, the child may feel unloved, even to the most attentive parent

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ebrahim Awachi

    إنتهيت من قراءة كتاب لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال المؤلف: جاري تشامبل و روس كامبل عدد الصفحات :2015 دار النشر وسنة النشر :مكتبة جرير 2014 تاريخ القراءة 10 مارس 2015 وقعت عيناي على هذا الكتاب أثناء تجولي في مكتبة جرير في الظهران في يناير الفائت حيث لقت انتباهي عنوان الكتاب ففتخته واخذت اتصفح فهرسه حتى اعجبت به وقررت قراءته وحقيقة لم يخب ظني في الكتاب يتحدث الكتاب عن تصنيف لغات الحب عند الأطفال الى 5 لغات وهي 1. التلامس الجسدي 2. كلمات التوكيد 3. الوقت النوعي 4. الهدايا 5. الخدمات اولا التلامس الجس إنتهيت من قراءة كتاب لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال المؤلف: جاري تشامبل و روس كامبل عدد الصفحات :2015 دار النشر وسنة النشر :مكتبة جرير 2014 تاريخ القراءة 10 مارس 2015 وقعت عيناي على هذا الكتاب أثناء تجولي في مكتبة جرير في الظهران في يناير الفائت حيث لقت انتباهي عنوان الكتاب ففتخته واخذت اتصفح فهرسه حتى اعجبت به وقررت قراءته وحقيقة لم يخب ظني في الكتاب يتحدث الكتاب عن تصنيف لغات الحب عند الأطفال الى 5 لغات وهي 1. التلامس الجسدي 2. كلمات التوكيد 3. الوقت النوعي 4. الهدايا 5. الخدمات اولا التلامس الجسدي هو بإختصار استشعاى الطفل واستئناسه بأن والديه يداعبان جسده ويمسحان على شعره وينظران اليه بحنان فيعتبر الطفل بأنه محبوب لان والديه دائما ما يداعبانه ثانيا كلمات التوكيد هي الاطراء والمديح والتعبير عن الحب لفظيا فيعتبر الطفل بءن ابواه يحبانه اذا تلقى عاطفة لفظية منهما ثالثا الوقت النوعي وهو ان يبذل الوالدان وقتا مع الطفل يحس فيه بوجودهما معه من قبيل لعب الكرة او الخروج في نزهة معا فيحس الطفل بأنه محبوب يسبب مشاركة ابويه له في وقته رابعا الهدايا وهي الهبات والعطايا المقدمة للطفل فيحس الطفل بانه محبوب لان ايواه كثيرا مايقدامام له العابا او هدايا خامسا الخدمات وهي قضاء بعض الحاجات فمثلا يحس الطفل انه محبوب عندما يجد والده قام بإصلاح دراجته المتعطله او ايصاله الى لقاء اصدقاءه في عطلة نهاية الأسبوع ثم يتطرق الكاتب الى ان لغة الحب باي من الطرق ال 5 اعلاه يجب ان لا تعبر عن حب مشروط بل يجب ان يكون حب صافي نقي فمثلا لا اذا كانت لغة حب الطفل هي كلمات التوكيد فيجب الا تقول له احبك فقط عندما يحرز درجات عالية في المدرسة واذا كانت لغة حبه الخدمات فلا تربط اداء تلك الخدمات بشىء بل أجعلها مجردة فلا تقل له سوف اصلح درجاتك اذا احرزت علامة كاملة في الامتحان مثلا وهلم جرا من بقية التطبيقات على باقي اللغات ويتحدث الكاتب عن مبدأ مهم وهو العقوبة والتأديب غن طريق الحب للطفل وكيفية بناء شخصيته وجعله مستقلا ويحذر من ان تعاقب الطفل بلغة حبه حيث سيكون العقاب اشد صرامة على قلب الطفل لانه يتخدث تلك اللغة فمثلا اذا كانت لغة حب طفلك هي الوقت النوعي فمتى ما ارتكب هذا الطفل خطأ فلا تعاقبه بالابتعاد عنه او حبسه في غرفة منفردة واذا كانت لغته هي التلامس الجسدي فانك بضربه تكون قد آلمته بشكل فظبع جدا وما الى ذلك ثم يتحدث الكاتب عن تطبيقات لغات الحب علة الحياة وفوائدها ويضع اختبارا لكيفية قياس وتحديد لغة الحب التي يتحدثها طفلك شخصيا من خلال قرائتي للكتاب لا اجد ان الطفل يتحدث لغة واحدة بعينها بل انها اقرب للمزيج من اللغات الخمس بنسب مقسمة بينها وبالتالي سوف اختبر طفلي حتى احدد كم نسبة حديثه بكل لغة حتى اتعامل معه بنفس تلك النسبة انصح كل اب و ام بقراءة الكتاب واعطيه خمس نجوم والله ولي التوفيق أخوكم إبراهيم عواچي 10 مارس 2016 السنابس . #البحرين_تقرأ_ألف_كتاب #لأن_حياة_واحدة_لا_تكفي #تربية#طفل#كندل #تكندل_ويانا

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jessie

    I've read the original 5 Love Languages and so this one was sort of a waste of my time. I did find some valuable tips and interesting insights, but the 5 languages are the same for kids as adults, so it was the same book all over again. With an adult, you can say, "Here honey, take this quiz to let me know what your primary love language is." With kids, you can't do that as easily. This book (politely) says to the reader, "Hey, dummy. Try quality time and see how your kid responds. Then try word I've read the original 5 Love Languages and so this one was sort of a waste of my time. I did find some valuable tips and interesting insights, but the 5 languages are the same for kids as adults, so it was the same book all over again. With an adult, you can say, "Here honey, take this quiz to let me know what your primary love language is." With kids, you can't do that as easily. This book (politely) says to the reader, "Hey, dummy. Try quality time and see how your kid responds. Then try words of affirmation and observe. Then try…" Now I told you the secret and you don't have to read this book. Probably the most helpful part was the chapter on discipline and the love languages. The fact that if you use their love language against them, it can be traumatizing. When their language is physical touch and you spank them, it's devastating. If their language is quality time and you send them to their room, they're crushed. To another kid, being sent to their room is play time. It was a good reminder to be sensitive to love languages when your kid misbehaves. Most times when your children misbehave, it's because they're asking for love anyway.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I am a blue, type - A, ESTJ, who likes to be shown love through quality time, and likes long walks on the beach and....WAIT, no I'm not. I'm Karen, a girl with lots of personality quirks, one of which is that I dislike pop psychology books that tell me I and everyone else fits into one of their created, ficticious descriptions. I have to admit, I didn't even finish this book (I did read almost all of it though). Probably most of us are familiar with the five love languages, they have enjoyed bei I am a blue, type - A, ESTJ, who likes to be shown love through quality time, and likes long walks on the beach and....WAIT, no I'm not. I'm Karen, a girl with lots of personality quirks, one of which is that I dislike pop psychology books that tell me I and everyone else fits into one of their created, ficticious descriptions. I have to admit, I didn't even finish this book (I did read almost all of it though). Probably most of us are familiar with the five love languages, they have enjoyed being very discussed pop psychology for the past 10 years. This book applies those same love languages to children. My issue is not with this book specifically, but with the idea in general. All this labeling, catagorizing, pigeon-holing, and simplifing people, into tidy little groups. I know we all have similarities, but if you really want to love someone, get to know them. It takes time and effort, but that would be a better use of your time than reading this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Park

    With any book that's designed to help parents be better parents for their kids, it's easy to fall into the trap of defining the success of the book by whether its advice was successful in the reader's family. The fact that every child is different is actually the highlight of this book. This helps people understand why two kids might react completely differently to the same gifts, the same activities, and the same punishments. It has to do with how the people involved show and express love. Most With any book that's designed to help parents be better parents for their kids, it's easy to fall into the trap of defining the success of the book by whether its advice was successful in the reader's family. The fact that every child is different is actually the highlight of this book. This helps people understand why two kids might react completely differently to the same gifts, the same activities, and the same punishments. It has to do with how the people involved show and express love. Most of the explanations from this "5 Love Languages" book were more instructive to me than the examples from Gary Chapman's main book in this vein, The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate. One problem: I expected this book to help with my toddler. In the book, Chapman and Campbell say that if the child is under the age of 5 that I should just not try to figure out the love language. They also say that parents should not discipline or punish the child with methods related to the child's love language. (E.g., a child in dire need of Quality Time could be emotionally damaged by punishing them with isolation.) This presents a problem: I am not to discipline in my child's love language, but I can't know what my child's language is until he's older? Should I simply hope that my discipline tactics are not in the same language as my son's understanding of love? Sadly, the authors do not offer a solution to this. It seems that the book is geared primarily toward school-aged children. Still, the advice seems good and I'd hate to fault the book with a lower rating simply because of the book's scope. I wish the publisher had clarified the appropriate age range of the book in its list description.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rasha Tabbakh

    أحلم بيومٍ يستطيع فيه كل اﻷطفال أن يكبروا في بيوتٍ مليئةٍ بالحبّ واﻷمان ، حيث يمكن لطاقاتهم النامية أن توجّه إلى التعلّم والخدمة بدﻻً من اﻻلتماس والبحث عن الحب الذي لم يجدوه في المنزل هذا الكتاب يساعد في أن يصبح الحلم حقيقة للعديد من اﻷطفال ، ويساعد على بناء عﻻقات أسرية مستقرة ، وتطبيق قواعده تؤدي بالضرورة لنشوء مجتمع سليم عن طريق اﻻعتناء باﻷسرة ،من اصغر فرد فيها حتى اﻷب واﻷم ، والتي هي الأساس لمجتمع متوازن وقويّ

  11. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    This book, like the other "Five Languages of Love" book, takes an interesting concept that could have been detailed in a 3-5 page essay but is instead stretched miserably with vague example stories and filler recaps so they could publish an entire book. Also, the section that declared that not all women work, so they should talk to their husbands about receiving a monthly budget to buy them gifts was particularly weird.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rock Rockwell

    Now that you know my love language, will you use it against me? Seriously, compartamentalizing love into five expressions is a bit limited. To some it may help to understand why those "special" people don't meet our expectations, and how to accept their love expression (even though it may not mean much to my love language receptor). I was one of the unusual ones that couldn't figure out my love language... sort of like those personality/gift tests (dinc) that put me in the "I don't know" range. Now that you know my love language, will you use it against me? Seriously, compartamentalizing love into five expressions is a bit limited. To some it may help to understand why those "special" people don't meet our expectations, and how to accept their love expression (even though it may not mean much to my love language receptor). I was one of the unusual ones that couldn't figure out my love language... sort of like those personality/gift tests (dinc) that put me in the "I don't know" range. Just think how frustrated my wife must be?!? Maybe there are 5 more love languages out there we have not discovered yet...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I am really torn over what I thought of this book. While I like the concepts and I think it had valuable information I had a hard time with it. For some reason I couldn't get into the writing style. I constantly found my mind wandering and having to go back and re-read portions. The last several parenting books that I have read have been very readable so I found this hard to reconcile. For the most part I felt like the "love languages" were well explained but in the later chapters when examples I am really torn over what I thought of this book. While I like the concepts and I think it had valuable information I had a hard time with it. For some reason I couldn't get into the writing style. I constantly found my mind wandering and having to go back and re-read portions. The last several parenting books that I have read have been very readable so I found this hard to reconcile. For the most part I felt like the "love languages" were well explained but in the later chapters when examples are given of putting it into action the authors would say things like: speak their love language and then introduce the discipline and then speak their love language to end the conversation. The problem I have with this is what if their love language is "gifts" or "acts of service"? You give them a gift discipline them and then give them another gift? Sew a button on their shirt discipline them and then help them clean their room? It didn't make sense to me. My other big hang up was that the book began by saying that it's hard to determine the love language of children 5 and under. My oldest is 5. I didn't feel like this book applied to my family. Most of the examples sounded like conversations with teenagers, and yet their is another book titled "The Five Love Languages of Teenagers". I feel like I would have gotten more out of reading the book about couples and then applying some of what I read to the rest of my family. All of this being said I still put the book on CD on hold at the library for my brother because I think it would be beneficial for him with his 9 and 11 year-old (and possibly the 7 year old too). It did bring a few tears to my eyes when I thought back to my childhood and realized why I never really felt loved by my parents because they have never spoken my love language to me. I KNOW that they love me and reading this helped me forgive them for some lingering feelings I have. After all they have no idea why I would not feel loved, they did their best. This is getting really long. I could say more but I think you get the general idea. Valuable information, didn't love the writing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Hilary

    This was a joint read, so we could read and discuss our parenting tactics, but it became much more than that. We'd worked through The Five Love Languages before and I remember being blown away by that, not expecting the same thing here - and for a very different reason. Our experimental test subject (first child) is still a toddler, under the key age for this book; the specific tactics aren't really applicable for under 4s, and you probably want to implement them before the teenage years begin ( This was a joint read, so we could read and discuss our parenting tactics, but it became much more than that. We'd worked through The Five Love Languages before and I remember being blown away by that, not expecting the same thing here - and for a very different reason. Our experimental test subject (first child) is still a toddler, under the key age for this book; the specific tactics aren't really applicable for under 4s, and you probably want to implement them before the teenage years begin (for everyone's sanity), so instead of plotting evil loving parental strategy we found ourselves mulling over our own childhoods and seeing them in an entirely new light. You could almost use this as a pre-counseling book, if needed. Although nominally a Christian book you won't find it out of place anywhere - this is a parenting book, first and foremost. Anything else is by-the-by. I dinged a star because it was too repetitive in some places, but then I suspect it was also designed to allow people to just read one chapter here or there and still make sense of it. Highly recommended to anyone who has children or plans to.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    My oldest child is much like me, but my second felt so different! But for the first time I'm understanding him, and this book may be the difference between a close relationship with him during these formative years, and a distant one. This is the best parenting book I've read. In a nutshell: everyone shows love and desires love in return, but we do it in different ways. Those "ways" are called languages, and are condensed into five types. Receiving love in YOUR language fills your love tank. Kids My oldest child is much like me, but my second felt so different! But for the first time I'm understanding him, and this book may be the difference between a close relationship with him during these formative years, and a distant one. This is the best parenting book I've read. In a nutshell: everyone shows love and desires love in return, but we do it in different ways. Those "ways" are called languages, and are condensed into five types. Receiving love in YOUR language fills your love tank. Kids whose love tanks are full learn better, are disciplined more easily, and manage anger more appropriately. A great analogy for the whole thing: Someone can be screaming as loud as possible in Chinese, but if you don't speak Chinese, you're not going to understand them.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jacki

    This was fine. I'm super familiar with the love languages, so I don't really know what I thought would be different about this book. It was literally the exact same thing, just with examples pertaining to kids and then some thoughts later about how these apply to learning and discipline and so on. It did say that in kids under 5, it is impossible to tell what their love language is, so in some ways major parts of the book didn't apply to me yet since my kids are 3 & 5. It was good food for t This was fine. I'm super familiar with the love languages, so I don't really know what I thought would be different about this book. It was literally the exact same thing, just with examples pertaining to kids and then some thoughts later about how these apply to learning and discipline and so on. It did say that in kids under 5, it is impossible to tell what their love language is, so in some ways major parts of the book didn't apply to me yet since my kids are 3 & 5. It was good food for thought but nothing that will revolutionize my parenting or anything.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Connie Kuntz

    I enjoyed this, not just because it gives me ideas about how to better communicate with my children, but also because it sheds insight about how to better communicate with my spouse, co-workers, and friends. However, because this book is about the love languages of children, I will try to write about only that. This book is about exploring how your children (or spouse or co-worker or friend or what-have-you) communicates and how best to match your appreciation of that person to that person's pref I enjoyed this, not just because it gives me ideas about how to better communicate with my children, but also because it sheds insight about how to better communicate with my spouse, co-workers, and friends. However, because this book is about the love languages of children, I will try to write about only that. This book is about exploring how your children (or spouse or co-worker or friend or what-have-you) communicates and how best to match your appreciation of that person to that person's preferred love language. According to this book, there are five love languages, that is to say, expressions of love. Here they are: (1) gifts (giving a person a present), (2) service (doing something/a chore for a person), (3) private time (spending time with that person), (4) affirmations (expressing verbal appreciation), (5) physical touch (snuggling, hugging, kissing, etc.). Chapman mentions that a child is usually five or older before it is clear what his or her preference is. I asked my own children (ages 5-10) what their preferences are and none of them knew that they had a singular, specific preference, except for Angelo. Angelo would like more presents. :) Now that I've completed the book, I'll think about the love language needs in more detail. I know that I like all five, but if I could only have one, it would be (4) affirmations. I love to chat, yak, talk, discuss, meet, bounce ideas, brainstorm, argue, explain, listen, detail, and decompress which is a lengthy way of me saying, I like to talk about being a hooman. :) So, yes, this book has inspired me. It is fun to think about ways to improve communication. And since I'm here, I might as well say that sometimes I do think adults over-complicate language and make things intentionally difficult, but I never feel this way about children. At what age to we stop being clear about our needs? And why? The Five Love Languages of Children was nice to have a reminder that I can express love for my children and it not be interpreted as anything but love. Signed, Tell don't Show

  18. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    I appreciate the aims of this book. My biggest worry as a parent--or rather, ONE of my many biggest--is that my daughter will not feel sufficiently loved/appreciated/proud of/etc. Love was a complicated and fraught thing in my home growing up, which has led me to be overly-concerned and ready to consume the books offered at the library in hopes of not missing out. This is another one of those books that could have been covered in a nice article rather than a lengthy book and the elaborations seem I appreciate the aims of this book. My biggest worry as a parent--or rather, ONE of my many biggest--is that my daughter will not feel sufficiently loved/appreciated/proud of/etc. Love was a complicated and fraught thing in my home growing up, which has led me to be overly-concerned and ready to consume the books offered at the library in hopes of not missing out. This is another one of those books that could have been covered in a nice article rather than a lengthy book and the elaborations seemed to treat the reader as if no interpretation abilities were present. I think this will help most in conflict, which is perhaps the best place it can be used--a reminder of what my kids might need more of at a particular time and how I might offer it to her. She needs to feel loved and unconditionally and on all levels. The implications of knowing a person's love language could be deep manipulation, which is a bit unfortunate. Fortunately, I think my partnership would never resort to that, which I hope will carry over to my daughter and any future littles. I appreciate the pointing out of how one must have a solid partnership and other good adult relationships in order to model and pass on good feelings and behavior. And I think it's important to process anger and upset situations wisely. But I find the pigeonholing a bit silly.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    The authors expound on their theory that there are five different ways that people express and experience love: physical touch, words of affirmation, quality time, gifts and acts of service. By the time kids are five or so, they say, the kids have started to have a preference (before then children just need love in all the languages all the time). Knowing your child's love language can help you to be sure that they know that you love them, which leads to all kinds of good things they'd like to t The authors expound on their theory that there are five different ways that people express and experience love: physical touch, words of affirmation, quality time, gifts and acts of service. By the time kids are five or so, they say, the kids have started to have a preference (before then children just need love in all the languages all the time). Knowing your child's love language can help you to be sure that they know that you love them, which leads to all kinds of good things they'd like to tell you more about. For example, if a parent expresses love by acts of service, but the child experiences love through physical touch, then they may feel unloved even while the parent bends over backward for them. Similarly, if they experience love through words of affirmation, but a parent disciplines by yelling, the child may not get the message "You made a bad choice" but may instead hear "I don't love you." The book is mildly, though overtly, Christian. Non-Christians will probably roll their eyes occasionally, though I still think that the basic message of the five love languages and how to discover and use them will ring true and be useful. I think this is actually one of the more useful parenting books I've read, and recommend it quite highly.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mary-Anne Swift

    "The wonderful thing about human relationships is that they are not static. The potential for making them better is always present." This book was wonderful! I thought it was the most helpful "parenting" book I've read yet. While a few of the examples were really extreme, most of them were great. It was so informative and eye-opening to me to read about the 5 love languages with my children in mind. It was also a great refresher for me since I read the original 5 Love Languages book back in colle "The wonderful thing about human relationships is that they are not static. The potential for making them better is always present." This book was wonderful! I thought it was the most helpful "parenting" book I've read yet. While a few of the examples were really extreme, most of them were great. It was so informative and eye-opening to me to read about the 5 love languages with my children in mind. It was also a great refresher for me since I read the original 5 Love Languages book back in college. I'd recommend this book to all parents with children of any age, and grandparents too! I'm glad I read it. I want my husband to read it too. Now just to apply what I've learned...

  21. 5 out of 5

    Saraha5

    لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال اقتباسات :- د.جاري تشامبا و د.روس كامبل سيساعدانك على أن : * تكشف لغة حب طفلك * تفهم الرابط بين التعلم الناتج ولغات الحب * ترى كيف يمكن للغات الحب أن تساعدك على تأديب طفلك بطريقة أكثر فاعلية * تبني أساسا للحب غير المشروط لطفلك تقييمي :- لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال كتاب رائع ومهم لكل الآباء ،في هذا الكتاب سنكتشف بعض من أسباب السلوكيات التي نراها في أبنائنا ولا تعجبنا ،سنتعلم طرق الحب الغير مشروط وطرق الوصول إلى لغة حب كل طفل لدينا ،فلغات الحب هي ٥ لغات لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال اقتباسات :- د.جاري تشامبا و د.روس كامبل سيساعدانك على أن : * تكشف لغة حب طفلك * تفهم الرابط بين التعلم الناتج ولغات الحب * ترى كيف يمكن للغات الحب أن تساعدك على تأديب طفلك بطريقة أكثر فاعلية * تبني أساسا للحب غير المشروط لطفلك تقييمي :- لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال كتاب رائع ومهم لكل الآباء ،في هذا الكتاب سنكتشف بعض من أسباب السلوكيات التي نراها في أبنائنا ولا تعجبنا ،سنتعلم طرق الحب الغير مشروط وطرق الوصول إلى لغة حب كل طفل لدينا ،فلغات الحب هي ٥ لغات ( التلامس الجسدي - كلمات التوكيد - الوقت النوعي - الهدايا - أعمال الخدمة ) لكل طفل مفتاح ومفتاحه هو معرفة لغة الجسد الخاصة به وملئ خزان الحب لديه ،لقد تطرق الكاتب في الفصول الأخيرة إلى طرق وأساليب تساعد الوالد او الوالده المنفصلين او الارامل " الوحيد في تربية الأبناء " على أساليب تسهل عليهم التربية لان مهمتهم أصعب في التربية أكثر من غيرهم ، بالنهاية أنصح الجميع باقتناء هذا الكتاب و كتاب لغات الحب الخمس فهما مرجعان أستسيان لبناء أسرة سعيدة . ملاحظة : تقييمي للكتاب يعبر عن ذائقتي الشخصية وقد تختلف الذائقة من شخص لآخر.

  22. 4 out of 5

    James

    In the Evangelical tribe I grew up in, The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman provided the idiom to talk about how each us receive and give love. Because of our unique personalities and family of origin, we each have modes of expressing love which is particularly meaningful to us. For some it words of affirmation. Others feel particularly loved when you spend quality time with them. Giving and receiving gifts is another ‘love language.’ Others feel loved through physical touch or acts of servic In the Evangelical tribe I grew up in, The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman provided the idiom to talk about how each us receive and give love. Because of our unique personalities and family of origin, we each have modes of expressing love which is particularly meaningful to us. For some it words of affirmation. Others feel particularly loved when you spend quality time with them. Giving and receiving gifts is another ‘love language.’ Others feel loved through physical touch or acts of service. My love language is gift giving (so keep them coming ;P ). Chapman’s original book has helped countless people understand their own love needs and how to best express love to their mates (and other loved ones) whose ‘love language is often different from their own. I don't typically read ‘spin-off’ books. The fact that there is a Love Language book for singles, men, children, teenagers etc, seems a little too much like “Chicken Soup for the Cat-Lover’s Soul.” It is more of a marketing ploy than something you expect to say something new. But then I am the father of three very different children and thought that The 5 Love Languages of Children would provide me with some insights on how to love my children well. I was pleasantly surprised by what I read inside. This is a great book. While Gary Chapman and his co-author, Ross Campbell, M.D., say that it is impossible to identify a primary love language for kids under the age of five, and warns that love languages can change at various stages, I gained some appreciation for the uniqueness of my three year old needs and some understanding of my five year old. My two-year-old son is still a mystery. Chapman and Campbell devote the first half of this book to describing the five love languages and how to recognize them in your children. In the last half of the book they describe how to discipline children, foster learning and help children manage their anger by responding to them in ways which ‘fill their love language’ when we give direction or correction. They also discuss some of the unique challenges of responding to a child’s love language for single-parent families and how modelling love languages in marriage helps your children. This is a quick read with a lot of insight. Every involved parent loves their children (hopefully!); however not every child feels their parent’s love. This book helps parents understand their children and offers sage advice on how to nurture them in love. My oldest daughter seems to have a primary love language of Quality Time and loves it when you spend time with her. My almost four year old, I would guess has a preference for acts of service. She loves it when you do things for her in a way that her independent older sister never did. This helps me respond with greater patience when she has me help her with something she is quite capable of. And of course Chapman and Campbell also encourage parents to nurture your children to express each of the love languages to others. But the most important chapters for me would be the chapters on discipline, learning and managing anger. My kids are unique with different personalities and I have learned that what works with one kid will not work with the others. Certainly there is a lot I still need to discover about my children but like the original Love Languages book, this gives me some words to talk about it. I recommend this book to parents. It may be a spin-off but it delievers the goods. I give this book four stars. : ★★★★☆ Thank you to Moody Publishers for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for this fair and honest review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    areejabduul

    " كل طفل لديه لغة أساسية للحب ، وهي طريقة يفهم بها حب والديه على الوجه الأفضل . فالطفل يحتاج إلى أن يعرف أنه محبوب لكي يصبح شخصاً بالغاً معطاءً ، ومحباً ، ومسؤولاً " لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال : ١/ التلامس الجسدي ، الأشخاص الذين تُعدّ لغة حبهم الأساسية التلامس الجسدي يحبون أن يتلقوا الأحضان ، والقبلات ، والتصافح . ٢/ كلمات التوكيد ، الأشخاص الذين تُعدّ لغة حبهم الأساسية كلمات التوكيد يحبون أن يستعمل الآخرون كلمات التوكيد ليخبروهم أنهم مميزين وأنهم قاموا بعمل جيد. ٣/ الهدايا ، الأشخاص الذي " كل طفل لديه لغة أساسية للحب ، وهي طريقة يفهم بها حب والديه على الوجه الأفضل . فالطفل يحتاج إلى أن يعرف أنه محبوب لكي يصبح شخصاً بالغاً معطاءً ، ومحباً ، ومسؤولاً " لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال : ١/ التلامس الجسدي ، الأشخاص الذين تُعدّ لغة حبهم الأساسية التلامس الجسدي يحبون أن يتلقوا الأحضان ، والقبلات ، والتصافح . ٢/ كلمات التوكيد ، الأشخاص الذين تُعدّ لغة حبهم الأساسية كلمات التوكيد يحبون أن يستعمل الآخرون كلمات التوكيد ليخبروهم أنهم مميزين وأنهم قاموا بعمل جيد. ٣/ الهدايا ، الأشخاص الذين تُعدّ لغة حبهم الأساسية الهدايا يشعرون بالرضا عندما يعطيهم شخص ما هدية أو مفاجأة مميزة . ٤/ الوقت النوعي ، الأشخاص الذين تُعدّ لغة حبهم الأساسية الوقت النوعي يحبون أن يفعل الآخرون أشياء معهم مثل : مشاهدة فيلم ، أو الخروج لتناول الطعام ، أو ممارسة لعبة . ٥/ أعمال الخدمة ، الأشخاص الذين تُعدّ لغة حبهم الأساسية هي أعمال الخدمة يحبون أن يفعل الآخرون أشياء لطيفة من أجلهم مثل المساعدة في الأعمال المنزلية ، والمساعدة في المشاريع الدراسية ، أو توصيلهم إلى الأماكن . يبدأ الكتاب في الفصل الأول بتناول أهمية الحب في التنشئة ومعرفة اللغة الأساسية للحب لدى كل طفل . تناول المؤلفان في كل فصل من الثاني إلى السادس لغة حب واحدة وتكلموا عنها بإسهاب. الفصل السابع بعنوان " كيفية اكتشاف لغة حب طفلك الأساسية " . " التأديب ولغات الحب " عنوان الفصل الثامن وناقش فيه التأديب متى يكون فعالاً ومتى يكون عكس ذلك ، وما يجب على الوالدين فعله قبل التأديب وبعده ولماذا يسيء الطفل السلوك ، وكيف يحب الطفل وطرق للتحكم في سلوك الطفل ، وأخيراً التحذير من استغلال لغة حب الطفل الأساسية في التأديب ، فعندما تكون لغة حب الطفل التلامس الجسدي يجب تجنبّ تأديبه بمنع التلامس الجسدي مثل منع العناق والقبلات ، حيث سيسبب هذا ألماً بالغاً للطفل . ورفض مؤلم يجرح شعوره . أما الفصل التاسع " التعلم ولغات الحب " تناول كيف نستطيع تحفيز الأطفال للتعلم بإستخدام لغة حبهم الأساسية ، وكيف تساعد لغات الحب في التعلم ؟ ، وطرق عدّة لتحفيز الطفل ، والجوانب الخطرة من شعور الطفل بالقلق وكيف يوثر هذا على تعليمه ودافعيته . يليه " الغضب والحب " في بداية الفصل يذكر المؤلفان أن الغضب والحب مترابطان بدرجة أكثر بكثير مما نتوقع ، بعد ذلك يذكران ما هو النوع المناسب من الغضب ، وبعض التفسيرات للسلوكيات العدوانية التي تصدر من الأطفال وأسبابها وكيف نتعامل معها ، والفرق بين السلوك السلبي العدواني غير الضار والسلوك غير الطبيعي والضار ، وكيف نتحكم في غضب الأطفال . ثمّ يتناول في الفصل الحادي عشر وهو بعنوان " الحديث بلغات الحب في العائلات ذات الوالد الوحيد " كيف يستطيع الوالد الوحيد سواء كان مُطلق أو أرمل أن يقوم بتربية أطفاله بإستخدام لغات الحب في حين يحتاج هو للحب وبعض النصائح لهؤلاء الآباء / الأمهات . الفصل الأخير وهو بعنوان " الحديث بلغات الحب في العلاقة الزوجية " ذُكِرَت في بداية الفصل مقولة جميلة جداً " أفضل طريقة لحب أطفالك هي أن تحب والدتهم / والدهم " وأعتقد أن هذه المقولة تلخص الفصل تماماً فنستطيع نحن كبالغين معرفة لغة حب أصدقائنا وشركائنا في الحياة ، تماماً كما نستطيع معرفة لغات حب الأطفال والتعبير عن حبنا لهم بلغة حبهم إذ سيحدث هذا فارقاً كبيراً بالنسبة لهم . اكتفيت بعرض بعض العناوين التي تمت مناقشتها في كل فصل حتى لا أُفسد على أحد متعة القراءة . أثناء قراءتي عادت لي ذكريات طفولتي مع والدي ( حفظه الله ) فقد اكتشفت بعد قراءتي للغات الحب الخمس أن لغة حبي كانت ( الوقت النوعي ) وكان هو بشكل شبه يومي يقضي معي أنا وإخوتي الوقت في اللعب خارج البيت وأحوز على كامل اهتمامه وتركيزه حين يلعب معي ، وحين أعود بالذاكرة أشعر بأنني كنت محبوبة جداً في طفولتي وهذا ما أعطاني الثقة لأكون كما أنا الآن . لي ملاحظات على الترجمة كانت سيئة أحياناً وكذلك كان التدقيق الإملائي واللغوي في مواضع كثيرة ، وبعض الكلمات كانت ناقصة الحروف ! مع ذلك ، أنصح الآباء والأمهات المستقبليين ، والمتزوجين حديثاً ، وكل من يتعامل مع الأطفال بحكم عمله ، ومن يملك إخوه صغار يحتار بكيفية معاملتهم ، بقراءة هذا الكتاب . حصلت على الكثير من الفائدة منه ، سأعود لقراءته لاحقاً بكلّ تأكيد .

  24. 5 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    The five love languages has had much acclaim for the use in parenting children as well in the aiding of marriages. I found the book slightly interesting, mildly helpful, and downright obvious in spots. While understanding the different love languages a person can have: Acts of Service, Words of Affirmation, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and Physical Touch, can move you worlds closer to getting along with someone, it doesn't necessarily always bridge the gap of personality comprehension. For chi The five love languages has had much acclaim for the use in parenting children as well in the aiding of marriages. I found the book slightly interesting, mildly helpful, and downright obvious in spots. While understanding the different love languages a person can have: Acts of Service, Words of Affirmation, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and Physical Touch, can move you worlds closer to getting along with someone, it doesn't necessarily always bridge the gap of personality comprehension. For children, I believe the language that each child responds to, is constantly changing and almost always not one of these languages but a combination of them. This makes it difficult to know and administer to. While making relationships better is never an easy undertaking, once you understand a love language, you would think it might simplify things. This isn't always so, either. Just because my husband knows my love language is Acts of Service, doesn't necessarily mean he's any more willing to do the dishes or clean up after himself. Now there's a book I can get behind, getting you husband and children to clean up after themselves. I'm not saying this book has no merit. By far it has some great ideas and ways of getting to the heart of relating to your children, and it can't possibly hurt or hinder your relationship with your children. Especially for those that have never considered that there are other ways to show your love for your children than what you're used to, it can give great insight into alternative methods for doing so. For someone like me, who is constantly analyzing my relationships with my family and how to make them better, it isn't altogether a new topic. At the very least, it's a good solid foundation of principles for those looking to gain a deeper connection with their children. ClassicsDefined.com

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    There are some real problems with this book. I finished it, because there were a few helpful nuggets I could take away, but in general, I have some serious objections. First, maybe I live under a rock, but it's not immediately apparent from the front cover, back blurb, or early chapters that this book has religious undertones. Religious nonfiction is great for some people and has an important place, but, as I've said with novels that try to sneak a message in in the last quarter, be upfront about There are some real problems with this book. I finished it, because there were a few helpful nuggets I could take away, but in general, I have some serious objections. First, maybe I live under a rock, but it's not immediately apparent from the front cover, back blurb, or early chapters that this book has religious undertones. Religious nonfiction is great for some people and has an important place, but, as I've said with novels that try to sneak a message in in the last quarter, be upfront about it. No mention of religion in the first four chapters, then one mention in chapter five, and three in chapter seven strikes me as dishonest. Second, like many self-help books, this presents a one-perfect-solution sell. If we only love our children hard enough, problems will miraculously vanish. The "scenarios" presented are patently ridiculous: children are instantly repentant and apparently change their ways when presented with loving correction. Third, the book fails to mention that there might be something actually wrong with your child. Every parenting book should include, regularly throughout the book, that if your child doesn't respond within a few weeks, that you should request a referral or further medical observation. For example: "The mishandling of anger is related to every present and future problem your child may have-- from poor grades to damaged relationships to possible suicide... Most of life's problems will be averted and your child will be more able to use anger to his advantage, rather than have it work against him" (p. 160). It is my uneducated opinion as his parent that my child's problems are almost exclusively related to his anxiety, his ADHD, his hearing deficiency, and his vision problems. All of these affect his schooling to a much greater degree. If this book is to be of any value, it would be to first-time parents of very young children who are expected to be neurotypical.

  26. 4 out of 5

    أم نور

    انهيت اليوم قراءة كتاب لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال لمؤلفيه جاري تشامبل وروس كامبل شدني عنوان الكتاب ودفعني فضولي لمعرفة هذه اللغات والتي لخصها الكاتبان في الكتاب على النحو التالي : التلامس الجسدي الوقت النوعي الهدايا أعمال الخدمة وكلمات التوكيد فكل أم بفطرتها على يقين بأنها تحب أطفالها ولكن هل هي على يقين بأنها قادرة على ايصال هذا الحب لاطفالها وهل هي قادرة على ملئ خزانهم العاطفي! وهل هي تعرف لغة الحب التي يتحدث بها أطفالها لتحدثهم بها ؟ كل هذه الاسئلة يجيب عليها الكتاب باسلوب شيق وسلس انهيت اليوم قراءة كتاب لغات الحب الخمس التي يستخدمها الأطفال لمؤلفيه جاري تشامبل وروس كامبل شدني عنوان الكتاب ودفعني فضولي لمعرفة هذه اللغات والتي لخصها الكاتبان في الكتاب على النحو التالي : التلامس الجسدي الوقت النوعي الهدايا أعمال الخدمة وكلمات التوكيد فكل أم بفطرتها على يقين بأنها تحب أطفالها ولكن هل هي على يقين بأنها قادرة على ايصال هذا الحب لاطفالها وهل هي قادرة على ملئ خزانهم العاطفي! وهل هي تعرف لغة الحب التي يتحدث بها أطفالها لتحدثهم بها ؟ كل هذه الاسئلة يجيب عليها الكتاب باسلوب شيق وسلس مع اختبار مسل في نهايته ليتعرف به الوالدان على لغات الحب لدى أطفالهم والتي بمعرفتها سينشآن أطفال أسوياء مستقرين نفسيا وعاطفيا. أنصح بقرائته خديجة، ام نور 30 يوليو 2016

  27. 4 out of 5

    Reem Hajjar

    children is a gift from god.. this book will teach you how to know your children needs. every child or every person has a different way of feeling love. get to know your child love language. we have to use all the languages with our children but focus on the one they feel loved through. my kareem feels it from quality time. but tooti through physical touch. to be honest this book will change your behavior. we need to discipline our children but with LOVE. LOVE your children and stop abusing them s children is a gift from god.. this book will teach you how to know your children needs. every child or every person has a different way of feeling love. get to know your child love language. we have to use all the languages with our children but focus on the one they feel loved through. my kareem feels it from quality time. but tooti through physical touch. to be honest this book will change your behavior. we need to discipline our children but with LOVE. LOVE your children and stop abusing them stop ABUSING them.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Danica

    I wish I had read this book a lot sooner in my parenting journey. Perhaps it's because I am lacking in so many ways as a mom, but I had so many light bulbs going off while reading this gem. Like always, I will take some advice and leave some advice, but what I will "leave" will be little! I'm already noticing a big difference in my relationship with Carson as I've made a strong effort to use all the love languages with him (I was leaving some out entirely). I loved it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I really liked this book. The theory is that there are 5 love languages and by figuring out your child's primary love language, you can figure out how they best perceive and feel love. Without even reading the descriptions, I could easily figure out my oldest son's primary love language. The books says if your child is under 5, you probably won't be able to tell their primary language yet so I am interested in trying to pick up the clues as the twins get older.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Leaguez

    I feel this book is an absolutely must if you have children or plan to have children. This book really shows how to translate your love in the way that children will understand. Not all children feel love the way you do or they same way as another child. Parents tend to think that if they treat their children the same, they will respond the same. This is not always the case. I am so happy to have read this book. I can already see positive changes in our relationship.

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