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Does your child speak a different language? Sometimes they wager for your attention, and other times they ignore you completely. Sometimes they are filled with gratitude and affection, and other times they seem totally indifferent. Attitude. Behavior. Development. Everything depends on the love relationship between you and your child. When children feel loved, they do their best. But how can you make sure your child feels loved?

Since 1992, Dr. Gary Chapman''s best-selling book The Five Love Languages has helped more than 300,000 couples develop stronger, more fulfilling relationships by teaching them to speak each others love language. Each child, too, expresses and receives love through one of five different communication styles. And your love language may be totally different from that of your child. While you are doing all you can to show your child love, he may be hearing it as something completely opposite.

Discover your child''s primary language and learn what you can do to effectively convey unconditional feelings of respect, affection, and commitment that will resonate in your child''s emotions and behavior.

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You know you love your child. But how can you show it so they really feel loved?

 

The #1 New York Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages ® has helped millions of couples learn the secret to building a love that lasts. Now discover how to speak your child''s love language-and make them feel loved in a way they understand. Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell help you:

·        Discover your child''s love language

·        Understand the link between successful learning and the love languages

·        See how the love languages can help you discipline more effectively

·        Build a foundation of unconditional love for your child

Plus: Find dozens of tips for practical ways to speak your child''s love language!

Gary Chapman, PhD, is the author of the bestselling 5 Love Languages series and the director of Marriage and Family Life Consultants, Inc. Gary travels the world presenting seminars, and his radio programs air on more than 300 stations.

Ross Campbell, MD, is the author of the bestselling How to Really Love Your Child and an authority on parent-child relationships. He and Gary Chapman also coauthored How to Really Love Your Adult Child.

 

For free online study guide, visit 5lovelanguages.com

About the Author

GARY CHAPMAN, PhD, is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages. With over 30 years of counseling experience, he has the uncanny ability to hold a mirror up to human behavior, showing readers not just where they go wrong, but also how to grow and move forward. Dr. Chapman holds BA and MA degrees in anthropology from Wheaton College and Wake Forest University, respectively, MRE and PhD degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has completed postgraduate work at the University of North Carolina and Duke University. For more information visit his website at www.5lovelanguages.com.

ROSS CAMPBELL, M.D., is the author of the bestselling book How to Really Love Your Child, which has sold more than one million copies. He has spent over 30 years as a clinical psychiatrist, concentrating on the parent-child relationship. Today he works with the Ministering to Ministers Foundation, serving individual ministers, their families, and church organizations. Dr. Campbell is the co-author of The Five Love Languages of Children and Parenting Your Adult Child and author of How to Really Love Your Teenager. Dr. Campbell resides in Signal Mountain, Tennessee.

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Sandy Farmer
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Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2016
My parents introduced me to The Five Love Languages when I was still a teenager. It was instantly intrigued by the idea of five different ways that people show and receive love. So when the opportunity came up to read The Five Love Languages of Children I was excited to... See more
My parents introduced me to The Five Love Languages when I was still a teenager. It was instantly intrigued by the idea of five different ways that people show and receive love. So when the opportunity came up to read The Five Love Languages of Children I was excited to pick it up since I''ve become a mother. The idea of loving my child in the best ways possible was easily something that I wanted to learn more about.

It has been at least ten years since I read The Five Love Languages; however, I didn''t find The Five Love Languages of Children to be too terribly different. The love languages (Words of Affirmation, Physical Touch, Quality Time, Acts of Service, and Gifts) are the same. From what I could tell, the examples surrounded the love languages were obviously geared toward parents and children. Also, there were sections devoted to parenting philosophy and the nature of children whereas the original book focused more on the spouse and romantic love relationships. But overall, I feel like you could probably get away with reading one of these books and applying the concepts to both sets of relationships (or any relationship really).

That being said, I still really enjoyed The Five Love Languages of Children and I read it quite quickly given the amount of time I have to read these days. Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell had plenty of good and wise things to say about raising children and I highlighted up a storm.

Here are some of my favorite quotes:
-Speaking your child''s primary love language does not mean he or she will not rebel later. It does mean your child will know you love him, and that can bring him security and hope...

-Unconditional love is a full love that accepts and affirms a child for who he is, not for what he does.

-Your children will sense how you feel about them by how you behave toward them.

-Affection and love mean expressing appreciation for the very being of a child, for those characteristics and abilities that are part of the total package of the person. In contrast, we express praise for what the child does, either in achievements or behavior or conscious attitudes.

-...much childhood misbehavior is an attempt to get more time with Mom or Dad.

-Don''t let your demonstration of love to a child be controlled by whether the child is pleasing you at the moment.

-Your children need to see in you the traits you want them to develop.

-Discipline comes from a Greek word that means "to train." Discipline involves the long and vigilant task of guiding a child from infancy to adulthood. The goal is that the child would reach a level of maturity that will allow him one day to function as a responsible adult in society.

-Love looks out for the interest of another; so does discipline.

-Practice unconditional love; then discipline.

-Raising children always requires more time than you expected.

Personally, I really enjoyed the section dedicated to discipline. The authors address that discipline and punishment aren''t synonymous. While I without a doubt knew that both of my parents loved me I definitely grew up in a household where punishment was the main form of discipline. It wasn''t always about training me in the direction that I needed to go so much as punishing me for the not going the direction I should. Or it felt that way at the time. Anyway, I won''t go into all of that here, but I enjoyed the authors spending time on this subject and really enforcing that a child should be loved and feel loved unconditionally no matter how unappealing their behavior might be.

The Five Love Languages of Children gets 4 Stars from me. It''s an information packed book with easy concepts to implement into your daily life in hopes that your children will feel more loved. I do think that this is a book that you might continually need to come back to and re-read for a refresher every once and a while. Have you read The Five Love Languages of Children? What did you think? Let me know!
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Brandi
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Different ways of parenting
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2016
I think this book is fascinating! I''ve noticed that my children, my spouse and I all have a love language that relates to them. The love language is your preferred way of giving & receiving love. What I loved most about this book is the knowledge that when you discipline a... See more
I think this book is fascinating! I''ve noticed that my children, my spouse and I all have a love language that relates to them. The love language is your preferred way of giving & receiving love. What I loved most about this book is the knowledge that when you discipline a child in their love language it cuts really deep. For example, my daughter is a words of affirmation child, and when I correct her actions, she shuts down (even when I do it in the nicest way ''we can''t touch that sweetie'') My son is a physical touch child, and if I punish him by not letting him sit on my lap, it really hurts his feelings. But if I correct him with words, he doesn''t care. It talks a lot about how parents can do everything they want to show their children love, but if they are not showing the child love in the way they prefer it, the child may feel unloved, even to the most attentive parent
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clarissa
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Neither informative nor entertaining to read.
Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2021
I bought this book because of an influencer on social media who recommended it. I regret the time i spent reading it. The reviews here are amazing and i wanted to read this ground breaking book about how to make sure my child feels loved but... there’s no references- like... See more
I bought this book because of an influencer on social media who recommended it. I regret the time i spent reading it. The reviews here are amazing and i wanted to read this ground breaking book about how to make sure my child feels loved but... there’s no references- like at all. Look at the back of the book and you will see citations in Bible verses. So this book is not based on research and studies but based on.... experience and applicable bible stories? And then you read about the love language Physical touch and see words along the lines of ‘don’t worry hugging your boy will make not make them feminine’ and I check the front to see.... when was this book written!? And then the anecdotes... oh man... once I started to read about a ‘kid named buck who lives on a ranch and didn’t feel loved cause he needed love in the form of act of service to help milk cows or something I just lost it. I literally had to check the description of this book to make sure it’s not listed under “fiction bloopity bloop blah blah”
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Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2018
I had been intrigued by The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts for awhile and finally read it last year. I loved it and it made so much sense to me. My husband and I ended up discussing it for awhile and still do occasionally. We have... See more
I had been intrigued by The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts for awhile and finally read it last year. I loved it and it made so much sense to me. My husband and I ended up discussing it for awhile and still do occasionally. We have five-year-old boy/girl twins and I felt it was important for me to read The 5 Love Languages of Children because I want my children to grow up securely, knowing they are truly loved.

The 5 Love Languages of Children is written by Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages, and Ross Campbell, a psychiatrist who specialized in the parent-child relationship. If you''ve read The 5 Love Languages, you will recognize the same elements discussed in that book but this time, they apply to children, which is where Ross Campbell''s expertise comes in to play. Since children are ever-changing and differ developmentally than adults, the concepts presented in this book are a great way to get to know your child better and hopefully have a more peaceful, loving household with children who grow up to be loving adults.

This book is comprised of 223 pages and there is a chapter devoted solely to each love language. Then, there are chapters that discuss discipline and learning, along with the love languages. There is also a chapter to help you find your child''s love language, although this can be difficult because children are constantly changing so it''s definitely a great idea to learn how to speak all five to them!

I''m so glad I read this and I wish I had read it sooner. My kids are still young and I think what I''ve just read can really help as they get older. I''ve been thinking about what their love languages could be and it''s actually a bit difficult to pinpoint but now I''ve got the tools to help figure it out! If you are a parent, I strongly recommend reading this book. I''m glad I bought it so I can refer to it in the future. Even if you''ve read The 5 Love Languages, you''ll want to read this one as well since there are differences between children and adults and the way they think. It''s worth the time to read this book!
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Jennifer Moldenhauer
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Very similar to all Love Language books
Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2019
This book seems very similar to the others in the series so I think if you’ve read one in the series, you’ve probably gotten the message. I put too much hope into this book, wanting it to help find a way of developing a relationship with a child with autism. But it... See more
This book seems very similar to the others in the series so I think if you’ve read one in the series, you’ve probably gotten the message. I put too much hope into this book, wanting it to help find a way of developing a relationship with a child with autism. But it doesn’t seem to take into account not every person will equate acts or things with demonstrations of love or apply meaning to those things in the same way as the broader population. Reading this book just made me feel dejected, as if I might not have tried to connect to a child in the right way and just missed the boat altogether but in fact I think this book just simply wasn’t designed for kids on the spectrum.
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Rachel S.
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Better as a parent
Reviewed in the United States on July 16, 2020
I bought this because more oft than not, after my kids are in bed, I feel like I failed as a parent. I didn''t give them the time they deserved or didn''t affirm them the way they craved... This book taught me we aren''t designed to speak all love languages but we can... See more
I bought this because more oft than not, after my kids are in bed, I feel like I failed as a parent. I didn''t give them the time they deserved or didn''t affirm them the way they craved...
This book taught me we aren''t designed to speak all love languages but we can learn how.
Also bought the book for teenagers and couples, so I''ll definitely be giving those a read, too!
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Ryan
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Easy read and full of good information. The first book I would recommend to any parent.
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2014
This book is great for those of you that already put effort into your relationship with your children. The main bit of knowledge I took away from reading this book is how to make that same amount of effort count for more. If you have already read the original 5 Love... See more
This book is great for those of you that already put effort into your relationship with your children. The main bit of knowledge I took away from reading this book is how to make that same amount of effort count for more. If you have already read the original 5 Love Languages book you will know what I mean. Even for those of you who have read it there are some great examples that will help you transfer those ideas from the first book into your relationship with your kids.

If you haven''t ready the first book that was intended for married couples (or non married couples in a serious relationship) you can still read this book no problem. This was written as a standalone book that does not require the reading of the authors first book.

Kids are easy to love, and of course sometimes not so easy but we care for them just the same. It is easy for us to see when they care about us because they are so basic in the way they show affection. As they get older into adolescence this changes a bit as they get more complicated. My children are 4 months, 2 years, and 3.5 years old. Even though this book will be more helpful with children ages 8-18, I am already using the concepts of this book with my 2 and 3.5 year old and seeing results. This book will show you how to let your children know you care about them. My 3.5 year old just needs hugs but my 2 year old needs time spent with him. When I started doing this his typical 2 year old "touch everything I shouldn''t" actions went away. It was a moment to cherish when we could leave the remote controls for the TV out on the end table again. When my 2 year old started getting the love he wanted he stopped acting out and this book showed me in an easy to understand way how to see what my child wanted and give it to him. Now did I ignore my child before? No Way. When I get home all the kids go crazy and jump on me and we wrestle and tickle. My 3.5 year old tells me about preschool and my boy shows me his toys (the same ones as the day before). We all eat dinner together followed shortly after by taking baths or showers. Then we have nights with no TV where my wife and I will read them books or they will play and sometimes we let them watch a show or two. Its not like we are bad parents at all and this book isn''t aimed at making bad parents better. This book will show you, whatever type of parent you are, how to show your children you care for them so they see it. When your children feel more loved by you they will be more confident, act out less, and be able to show you better how they care for you. Its a win win with no real extra effort needed other than what you are currently putting out. You just might need to redirect some of your effort. This book is a short easy read and I recommend it to any parent.
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Great book
Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2017
Love the adult version too! I so hope that whoever reads this and is perhaps blessed with a child they "just don''t get"...that this-along with a lot of the other books I''ve recommended-can help you realize how very young, vulnerable and un-developed children... See more
Love the adult version too! I so hope that whoever reads this and is perhaps blessed with a child they "just don''t get"...that this-along with a lot of the other books I''ve recommended-can help you realize how very young, vulnerable and un-developed children are-and how sometimes their behavioral "issues" tone down so much when they come to understand we truly are on their side-even if we don''t always understand.

This is just a real intriguing example of learning how to love what is-and bring out the best in it...for our own growth and developement as parents and for the sake of our kids.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 5, 2014
A book totally focused on making practical changes to maximise positive outcomes in relationships. All the greatest communication skills in the world won''t build excellent relationships unless you speak the other person''s love language. Also teaches why disciplining in a...See more
A book totally focused on making practical changes to maximise positive outcomes in relationships. All the greatest communication skills in the world won''t build excellent relationships unless you speak the other person''s love language. Also teaches why disciplining in a love language can not only hurt, but DEEPLY DAMAGE your relationship with your child. This was an ''ah ha'' moment for me after 15 years of parenting, as to why some of my children need one style of discipline, and others need different. Smacking/ time out/ strong verbal correction if used with the wrong love language totally backfires, because they leave a deep wound beyond which the child cannot hear your message. I''ve been able to apply this to my marriage too. (No spanking parents or children around here, but using for reference as if your child is kinesthetic and thrives on healthy touch, then it''s *never* going to work, and that''s why!). Recommend to all parents, couples, and teachers!
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Brilliant!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 28, 2018
Wow, what can I say about this book? I wish I had found it earlier? Such a simple concept with lots of tips and tricks of how to find out your children''s love languages. I found myself analysing what my love language and the language of my husband is and will definitely be...See more
Wow, what can I say about this book? I wish I had found it earlier? Such a simple concept with lots of tips and tricks of how to find out your children''s love languages. I found myself analysing what my love language and the language of my husband is and will definitely be buying the adult version to read next! I highly recommed this book to anyone who struggled with a difficult child, it will change your world!
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Informative and interesting.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 19, 2019
I found this book quite interesting, and a quick read. I bought it to read as a refresher, as it is many years since I brought up my own children. Most of the information is obvious, in retrospect, but nevertheless I found it interesting.
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A great book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 16, 2012
Another book in the love languages series, this one is full of exmples on how to apply the principles to children, if you are familier with the love langues series then you cant really learn much new from this that you couldnt figure out from reading the marriage love...See more
Another book in the love languages series, this one is full of exmples on how to apply the principles to children, if you are familier with the love langues series then you cant really learn much new from this that you couldnt figure out from reading the marriage love langues book. However if you are new to this series and want to know how to love your children better or are wondering why your children might not be loving you as much as you love them than this is a great book. the Christian values are very subtle and anyone could learn something by reading this book!
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If you''re serious about raising great kids, get this!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 21, 2013
Gary Chapman and Scott Campbell are both great teachers. In this pairing of their tremendous wisdom and experience, they have created a resource that will help all parents to be able to talk to their children in a way that makes them feel loved, heard and nurtured. This, in...See more
Gary Chapman and Scott Campbell are both great teachers. In this pairing of their tremendous wisdom and experience, they have created a resource that will help all parents to be able to talk to their children in a way that makes them feel loved, heard and nurtured. This, in turn, helps the child to grow up with a strong foundation from which to tackle life head on, knowing that they are special. If you apply the knowledge that you read, you will see the relationships in your household flourish. Yours will be a great place to call ''home''. Please read and then buy/recommend it to all of your friends. Let''s help all of our families to be wonderful places to be.
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