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What’s your love language?

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Five Love Languages book cover Is Your Love Tank Nearing “Empty?”

Falling in love is easy. After a period of dating, couples choose to get married believing they have discussed all the issues and communicate well. However, years later a couple can struggle with communicating even simple things. Maintaining healthy relationships is a daily and a lifelong pursuit.

It does not have to be an arduous pursuit though. Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and Physical Touch, are all ways to show and to be shown love. Once a couple understands these “love languages,” they frequently nurture not only a romantic relationship, but also casual, business, and familial relationships effectually. Dr. Gary Chapman’s classic “The 5 Love Languages” has sold more than 9 million copies and is as applicable as it is insightful.Love languages graphic

St. Francis Xavier Marriage Ministry will present a book study series on “The 5 Love Languages.” Married couples and Fr. Thom will guide couples to identify their language that is most beneficial to maintaining and growing in relationships. The series will be held on Thursday evenings from 7:45 to 9 p.m. in the Randel House, beginning THIS THURSDAY, Jan. 8, for five weeks.

This program is open to all married couples (no matter how long you have been married) and to the engaged as well. Please call the parish office to reserve a book for yourself – 330.725.4968. The cost is free, although a $10 donation is requested to offset the cost of the book.


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