Suggested by: bookluver1208
I love going outside, laying in the shade of a tree or even by the pool and reading♥
Book of the Moment: The Five Love Languages
I am an avid reader, especially when I am off of school. I love staying up late and reading books that are going to challenge me and spark a change inside. Through this liking I have stumbled across many wonderful books, ranging from psychology, sociology, religious, relationships, romance, and love, although one of the greatest books I have read is The Five Love Languages.
If you are in a serious relationship, and I mean SERIOUS, like you are dating someone who you could marry, I advise you to read this book. If you are married and your marriage is crumbling I also advise you to read this book. It will change your outlook on marriage and how you like to be romanced and your spouse/lover/boyfriend/mistress/etc. YOU GET THE POINT.
Whenever I am in a serious relationship, I have been in one previous, and this one now, I think it is necessary to read together. It is a huge bonding experience and it builds close connections with a couple. I am telling you this book will change your relationship but in a good way. You will learn to become a better lover, suitor, and servant for your spouse or boyfriend and I encourage couples to read this book together.
Now, if you are single their is a single’s book for this, and it’s definitely beneficial because you can see which love language you belong to. It can show you what things you truly look for and also aid you in ways to better understand how you are romanced.
The Five Love Languages:
- Words of Affirmation
- Quality Time
- Receiving Gifts
- Acts of Service
- Physical Touch (That’s Me and My boyfriend)
When you and your boyfriend or spouse are able to better understand your love language you can see great change and adoration to one another because they know how to be better lovers for you.
“I can’t stay..”
- The Time Traveler’s Wife
“Long ago, men went to sea and women waited for them, standing on the edge of the water, scanning the horizon for the tiny ship. Now I wait for Henry. He vanishes unwillingly, without warning. I wait for him. Each moment that I wait feels like a year, an eternity. Each moment is as slow and transparent as glass. Through each moment I can see infinite moments lined up, waiting. Why has he gone where I cannot follow?”
- The Time Traveler’s Wife, Audrey Niffenegger