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The question is not do you love your children, but do your children feel loved?
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What your kids request of you most often will give you insight into their love language.
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YOUR CUE & A GIVEAWAY
Take some time this week to pay close attention, ask questions, and begin to discover your child’s love language. Then do something intentional to communicate love in the language they understand best.
We want to know what you discovered! Post a photo on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram of you and your child engaging in their love language (eating a meal, opening a gift, a bear hug, etc.) using the hashtag: #ParentCue. You will automatically be entered for a chance to win Dr. Chapman’s book, The Five Love Languages for Children.
DR. GARY CHAPMAN
Author of the #1 NY Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages® series and the director of Marriage and Family Life Consultants, Inc.
Carlos is an author, speaker, and content creator living in Nashville, TN with his wife Heather and 3 kids Sohaila, Seanna, and Losiah. He is addicted to social media, his wife’s enchiladas, and is determined to have his daughters teach him to land a backflip on the trampoline by the time he is 45.
Kristen is the Executive Director of Messaging at Orange, Director of The Phase Project, and co-author of Playing For Keeps and It’s Just a Phase – So Don’t Miss It. She combines her degree in secondary education with a Master of Divinity and lives with her husband, Matt, and their three children, Sawyer, Hensley, and Raleigh, in Cumming, GA.
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