Now, I'm reading this book: The Five Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman. To recap, there are five very specific languages of love:
1. Words of affirmation
2. Receiving gifts
3. Acts of service
4. Quality time
5. Physical touch
These are five fundamental love languages - five ways to express love emotionally. Of the five love languages, each of us has a primary language. One of the five speaks more deeply to us emotionally than the other four. We can receive love through all five, but if we don't receive our primary love language, we will not feel loved even though the person is speaking the other four. However, if they speak our primary love language sufficiently, then the other four provide icing on the cake (Chap. 2, p. 30)
Try these informative assessments.
I scored highest in quality time, followed by acts of service, physical touch, words of affirmation, and receiving gifts.