Five Love Languages of Children


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According to the authors, each child expresses and receives love through one of five different communication styles. A parent's love language may be totally different from that of his or her child, which causes hurt feelings and misunderstandings. With the help of this book, adults can discover their child's primary language and learn what they can do to effectively convey unconditional feelings of respect, affection, and commitment that will resonate in their child's emotions and behavior.

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Cherie C

Nov 19, 2011

Great gift

I sent this book to my son, who is married with small children. He and his wife have read and used the adult version for their own communication in their early years together, and they have thanked me for sending them this one.

P.A. B

Jan 27, 2011

How to love your children the best ways

This is a special help to parents and siblings who are old enough to understand it. It is well written and simple, and therefore easy to put to use. It is practical advise and i use it often with clients who can use a boost in the area of helping their children feel loved in meaningful ways. I am a therapist.


Dec 31, 2010

insightful and Helpful

I heard about this book during a conference on Adlerian Therapy. It seemed to fit well into my practice philosophy. It will be very helpful with my client's and their parents. I especially appreciate the review of the "Five Love Languages" for adults. It was just an overview but it will be helpful for parents to make changes in their relationship. I suggest readings to my clients all the time and this one will one of the top suggestions!

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