Love Language Quiz

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There are five love languages according to Dr. Gary Chapman. They are words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch. Which one is your love language? Take the quiz to find out!

You might be surprised by the results!

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1How do you feel when your partner brings you breakfast in bed?

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It's a kind gesture, but it doesn't really matter to me.
It makes me feel loved and cared for.
I appreciate the effort, but I would prefer if they made time to spend with me instead.
It's a sweet gesture, but I would prefer a more personal gift.
I love feeling pampered and taken care of!

2What do you think is the best way to show your partner you care?

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By spending quality time together doing things they enjoy.
By listening and being supportive during difficult times.
By taking care of household chores and errands so they can relax.
By surprising them with thoughtful gifts or gestures.
By being physically affectionate, like cuddling, kissing, or holding hands.

3How do you feel when your partner compliments you?

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It's always nice to hear, but I don't really put much stock in compliments.
It makes me feel appreciated and loved.
I sometimes feel shy or embarrassed, but mostly flattered.
I love hearing compliments because it make me feel confident and attractive.
Compliments are nice, but I would rather my partner show me they care in other ways.

4What is your ideal date night?

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A night out on the town, dancing and drinking with friends.
A romantic dinner for two followed by a movie or walk in the park.
A quiet evening at home cuddling on the couch and watching TV.
An afternoon exploring a new city or hiking in nature.
A fun activity like bowling, laser tag, or go-karting followed by drinks and appetizers.

5It’s more meaningful to me when…

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I can spend alone time with my partner – just the two of us.
my partner does something practical to help me out.

6How do you feel when your partner does something special for you?

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It's nice, but I don't need grand gestures to feel loved. Something small would suffice.
It makes me feel loved, appreciated, and special.
I feel guilty that they went out of their way to do something for me.
I am always touched by thoughtful gestures, no matter how big or small.
I love it! The bigger the gesture, the better.

7What does it mean to you to feel "loved"?

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Feeling like I am important to my partner and that they care about me.
Having quality time together where we can just be ourselves and enjoy each other's company.
Receiving gifts, both big and small, from my partner on special occasions or just because.
Feeling like my partner is there for me when I need them, whether it's lending a listening ear or helping out around the house.
Physical touch such as cuddling, kissing, holding

8It’s more meaningful to me when…

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my partner unexpectedly does something for me like filling my car or doing the laundry.
my partner and I touch.

9It’s more meaningful to me when…

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my partner gives me a gift.
I hear “I love you” from my partner.

10It’s more meaningful to me when…

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I sit close to my partner.
I am complimented by my loved one for no apparent reason.

11It’s more meaningful to me when…

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I get to do things with my partner.
I hear supportive words from my partner.

12It’s more meaningful to me when…

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my partner brings me a little gift after they've been traveling without me.
my partner takes care of something I’m responsible to do but I feel too stressed to do at the time.