The Five Love Languages for Singles -Christian Dating

To all singles out there! You have the yearning for unconditional love, right? But you will not be able to express it until you know how to speak the five languages of love, said Dr Gary Chapman. I had no idea that love had five languages. However; I unknowingly have been speaking them and they are: Quality time, Gifts, Acts of Service
Words of Affirmation Physical Touch. I did all of these things and more…I went above and beyond so why am I still single?\

The love languages reveals how different personalities express love in different ways, and the many ways people want to be loved. This situation  has become overwhelmingly difficult, American singles are so desperate to find love some of them have joined the Christian dating sites. (I am curious to find out if members in Christian dating sites are really Christian?) others are searching on Google for Christian dating apps  .

The five languages of love are to be spoken by people who are already in relationships, I’m thinking singles looking for love should use a different approach. However; the five languages book generated over 11,000 reviews on Amazon. For easy access you can read it in many different formats including the app.

Christian dating sites are gaining popularity because they allow people of the same faith to find each other. However; with all these  Christian Matchmakers, there’s an overwhelming number of   singles I’m not sure if it’s as the results of the five languages of love- or if it is a case of zodiac incompatibility.

Worldwide you have millions of people who are christian and single, that is why many Christian dating sites offer a free trial for those seeking love online. Choosing the best Christian dating sites is not an easy task because there are so many. However; the last time I checked,Christian cafe was on the first page of Google. So, good luck in learning the five languages of love.

 

 



 

 

 

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