Each kids is different, but of course, there are some commonalities that make it easier to speak your child’s love language – make them feel really loved.
There is a great book that helps with that: The 5 Love Languages of Children. As a physician and as a mom, I loved it and so did over a million of parents – it was featured as a long-time bestseller on the New York Times.
Psychologists Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell insights can help:
- Discover your child’s love language
- See how that love language can impact their learning success
- Make discipline easier and more effective
- Help your child thrive and grow into a healthy and happy person
There are dozens of tips for practical ways to discover and speak your child’s love language.
The Love language mystery game is awesome – takes a few minutes to do and helps identify the differences in what you need and what they need. It’s amazing to get this insight in minutes.
There is also a free online study guide – visit 5lovelanguages.com
Alexandra T. Greenhill, CEO founder of myBestHelper, where busy families find the help they need to thrive.