It is yet another event of this kind at our school. An open lecture on the basis of Gary Chapman’s bestseller was held on 1 February, at 7 p.m.
As Gary Chapman said – there are no two persons, who would express and feel love the same way. This is also true for parent and child relationships.
Awareness of how I express my feelings, how I receive them and what matters to my child, may help strengthen that relationship. To express love well and give the child what it needs, it is first worth to get to know yourself and your love language.
- What is a love language?
- What are the 5 love languages (quality time, touch, little acts of service, receiving gifts and words of affirmation) and how are they different?
- How does your love language translate to relationships you form with children and the way your children build relationships?
- What are the needs of children and how to address them?
- How do children develop their love language?
- What happens when two people do not understand each other’s love language
We hope that after the lecture our audience will be better able to understand their love language and consciously contribute to show their children the correct ways to operate and identify love languages in others.