Everyone has a “love tank” that needs to be filled. Although the idea behind Gary Chapman’s tremendous innovation of the different love languages is that spouses should fill each other’s love tank, no one except Hashem can love you 100% of the time, without interruption or distraction.
That being said, in this series you will discover why so many wives and husbands feel unloved—because the spouse is speaking Chinese! You will feel loved by your husband only if you understand his “love language,” and he will feel loved by you only if you speak in his love language.
In this journey you will gain two things: 1. Figuring out your husband’s love language so that you feel loved by him even though it’s not your primary language and 2. Becoming proficient in his love language, so that he feels loved by you.
This series is packed with practical tools, charts and homework enabling you to understand and convey your love language as well as decipher his.
Class 1: Discover the first love language—words of affirmation, its five dialects and identify how and when these dialects can be used to strengthen your marriage.
Class 2: Explore how to fill your husbands’ “love tank” by learning his primary “love language.” Discover how to fill your own love tank and how to handle not getting the love you require to fill your tank. Learn about the second and third love languages and tips for how to discern your own primary love language and your husband’s.
Class 3: Discover how important it is to understand your spouse’s Love Language through a letter from a Kesher Wife and how greatly a love language miscommunication affected their marriage. Learn about the last two Love Languages: Acts of Service and Physical Touch.
Class 4: Q&A Sara Yoheved Rigler answered some pressing marriage-related questions:
A husband who has Asperger-like symptoms and how to make herself feel loved despite his challenges
A husband who is nasty after the wife’s acts of service
How to deal during the period of niddah with a husband whose Love Language is physical touch
How to resolve religious differences regarding letting children have access to Internet, movies, secular music, etc.
How to get a wife’s husband to share more
How to respond when a wife is upset with something her husband did in the bedroom
About Sara Yoheved Rigler: Sara Yoheved Rigler is a popular international lecturer, author and marriage mentor. She has given lectures and workshops in Israel, England, Switzerland, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, Canada, and over thirty American cities. Through her highly-acclaimed marriage workshop, Sara Yoheved has helped over 2,000 women around the world improve their marriages and has transformed the lives of many of them.
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