Love Languages Quiz: Which of the 5 Love Languages Do You Speak?
You haven't seen a loved one for a long time, but you're reuniting today. What are you most looking forward to?
- Hugging them!
- Seeing their happy face when they open my gift
- Having the opportunity to catch up
- Doing something nice for them
- Telling them how much I've missed them
Your friend rejects a hug. How do you feel?
- It's fine, as long as they explain why.
- I'm alright with it, as long as they show their love in other ways.
- It's okay, as long as we spend enough time together so that I know they like me.
- I'd be really hurt.
It's your partner's birthday. What do you do for them?
- Throw them a party!
- Plan a date night with them
- Give them a nice massage
- Write a heartfelt card about how much they mean to you
- Buy them something really nice
Someone you love hasn't voiced their feelings for you in a long time. How does this make you feel?
- I'd start feeling insecure about the relationship.
- If we were still spending time together, I'd be okay with it.
- As long as they're still affectionate, it's no big deal. Actions speak louder than words.
- As long as we still treated each other kindly, I wouldn't worry.
- It's okay, especially if we've given each other tokens of our appreciation.
Which of these two things would be more meaningful to you?
- My friend giving me a thoughtful gift.
- My friend telling me how much they appreciate me.
One of your loved ones always tells you how much they love you, but they don't seem to have much time for you. How would you feel?
- I wouldn't really believe them. If they loved me, wouldn't they want to spend time with me?
- I'd believe them. Why would they tell me they loved me if it wasn't true?
- As long as they treat me kindly when were are together, then I believe it.
- If they show their love in other ways, then I'd believe them.
When you start to feel more comfortable with a friend, how does your behavior change?
- I might pay for meals or give them presents.
- I become much more physically affectionate.
- I go out of my way to do kind things for them and help them out.
- I'll be more vocal in my feelings for them.
- I'll want to spend a lot more time with them.
You're going through a hard time. What is the best thing one of your loved ones could do to help you get through it?
- Give me a hug or rub my back.
- Encourage me with a pep talk!
- Offer help with a stressful task.
- Give me a meaningful or helpful gift.
- Help me relieve stress with a fun activity together.
Which of these actions would be most hurtful to you?
- Someone not saying "I love you" back.
- A loved one ignoring me when I need help with something.
- Someone flinching away from my touch.
- Someone not giving me anything back in a gift exchange.
- A loved one bailing on plans.
Which of these actions would make you the happiest?
- My friend helping me study or with a stressful task at work.
- Sharing a casual and innocent touch with a loved one.
- Spending a whole day with someone I love.
- A loved one telling me how much I mean to them.
- A friend giving me a thoughtful gift that shows that they know me really well.
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Love Language Quiz
The 5 love languages were developed by Dr. Gary Chapman to explain to us how we show our love! You might show love through quality time, physical touch, giving gifts, words of affirmation, acts of service, or a combination of all five. Each will be determined by the things you choose to do and say to display your affection.