Quick one: How do you show love to your partner? Cuddles? Quality time? Compliments?
Because as you might already know, according to The 5 Love Languages by marriage counsellor Gary Chapman, there are some very different principles of communicating love.
This means how we express and receive love might be totally opposite to how our partner displays love to us, which can cause some... difficulties.
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But just because you and your S.O. speak different love languages, it doesn't mean everything is going to go to s**t. Nah. It just means you have to work a little harder in communicating what you both need from each other.
If you’re wondering where to start, we asked couples counsellor Lissy Abrahams for everything we need to know about coping with different love languages.
What are the different love languages?
Woah! Hold up. Before we get into it, it's probably worth giving you a quick rundown on what the different love languages actually are, right?
Abrahams said, "These love language categories offer a helpful structure for capturing the differences in partner-to-partner caring gestures and loving behaviour."
"Many of us would fit into many categories, and some of us have one dominant category. They add a dimension to couple relationships that explain why some couples have a smoother or bumpier ride together."
But don't worry, figuring out your partner's love language is actually a lot easier than you might think. Seriously, it is! All you have to do is pay close attention to what they do and say, and you'll be able to suss it out.
Below are the five different love languages, and what they mean:
1. Words of affirmation.
First up? Spoken and written forms of affirmation. "Written forms can be notes, texts, social media posts," said Abrahams. "These words allow them to feel appreciated, valued, desired, admired, loved or cared about. They never tire of receiving these messages."