The Five Love Languages of Children Free Audiobook Download by Gary Chapman

This audiobook is a great way to learn what your child's love language is. One of the five ways children show and feel love is through physical touch. It can be by holding hands, hugging, or giving pets back rubs. Another way they show and feel love is through words that they hear from you. They can hear this any time if you tell them that you think they are beautiful or special. These words will make them feel special and loved on their days when everything seems to go wrong for them.

The Five Love Languages of Children is a best seller for a reason. The book has helped people of all ages, including children, discover and identify their love language. The author says that there are five main ways to express our love- quality time, physical touch, words of affirmation, gifts or acts of service, and acts of service.

The Five Love Languages of Children is a book written by Gary Chapman and released on November 16th, 1995. The book discusses the different ways that children express love to their parents, and the five most commonly used languages are physical touch, words of affirmation, quality time, gifts, and acts of service.

"This is a great way to help children understand their parents and how they can improve their relationships with them. It is a practical way to connect with children in different ways."

Chapman teaches parents how to get their children to show love and respect by using five different languages.

This is a simple and easy read which revealed to me ways that I may have been unintentionally hurting the people I love most. It tells us how we need to speak and show love in order to be heard, loved and understood. It's a quick read but makes you think about your interactions with those close to you.

Published Date 2008-05-01
Duration 5 hours 58 minutes
Author Gary Chapman
Narrated Chris Fabry
(28 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Religion & Spirituality
Parent Category Christianity

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