"Feeling self-conscious about wanting to know what other people think of you? Don't be. You are only deemed "too much" by those who try to suppress their feelings."
You can't make people connect with you. Accept unmet wants or let go of those who can't provide them.
To various individuals, "quality" signifies different things. True quality time should be suited to your needs; don't settle for mediocre affection.
"Physical proximity is only one aspect of intimacy. Participating in common activities with your spouse is essential to a happy relationship."
"Gifts can symbolise many different things, but what matters most is the intent behind them. Don't be greedy; keep in mind the financial security of your partner as well."
Your love language isn't "getting presents"; it's being a sugar baby if you won't take anything less than pricey shop purchases and upscale name brands.
"Relationships demand balance. Avoid becoming your partner's live-in butler or maid. Learn to maintain equality and share duties."
"Relationships entail addressing each other's requirements, including their love languages. But it's not cool to use that as an excuse for being lazy."
"Physical contact as a kind of love language does not imply that permission is required. For a relationship to be happy, one party must respect their own physical autonomy."
They require a confidant partner with whom they can communicate openly, who also encourages and supports them. For a lasting relationship, avoid lying or faking.