The 5 Love Languages is a premise created by Gary Chapman that explains that different people with different personalities give and receive love in different ways. Which makes a whole lot of sense when you think about how each person is unique.
The 5 Love Languages has become a tool to help people determine what their own personal love language is, as well as the love languages of their partners, children and loved ones in an effort to be able to love those they care about the most in the ways they receive love best.
If you haven’t heard of the 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman, you can learn about them here and also take a short quiz to determine your own love language.
On Mother’s Day we have an extra opportunity to shower those special women in our lives with love, so why not give a gift that’s based on how they receive love – after all, it is about them. Below are each of the 5 love languages, a description of each and a recommended gift for the special ladies in your life who fit each category.
Mother’s Day Challenge: See if you can determine which love language is your mom’s love language, and work to get a gift that reflects that.
Level Up The Challenge: People can have more than one Love Language. You can combine gifts for multiple love languages.
Acts of Service
Words of Affirmation
Whatever you decide to do for Mother's Day, we hope you celebrate and enjoy some time with those special people in your life.
This article was written by Christine Olive in Partnership with Tallahassee Nurseries