Title: The 5 Love Languages; Singles Edition
Author: Gary Chapman
Genre: Nonfiction – relationships
Publisher: Northfield Publishing
Number of Pages: 248
This book helps singles discover their love language which will help improve both romantic and non-romantic relationships.
This book was so interesting and so much fun to read that I eagerly turned the pages and read through it quickly. I generally read more “can’t-put-it-down” fiction books than nonfiction, but this is a nonfiction book that I couldn’t stop reading.
I learned so much from this. I learned about what love is, and how to make a person feel most loved based on their love language. I also learned about successful dating and how learning about love languages can be the key to successful relationships.
I love the stories about how people’s relationships with friends, relatives, and coworkers were improved. Another thing I like about the stories in the book is that they often take place over a span of many months or even a year. The book doesn’t offer quick fixes for tough problems. Instead, it shows relationships improving over time. There are a lot of helpful subjects covered, such as how to be a good listener.
This book was a lot of fun to read. It’s fascinating and taught me a lot about psychology and relationships. The information was entirely new to me and it comes from years of experience the author has had as a counselor. I highly recommend this to all singles.
I received a copy of this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for an honest review.