Gary D. Chapman wrote a book called "The Five Love Languages." In his book he states that people typically give love the way that they like to receive it and they each person typically has a primary and a secondary love language. These love languages help fill a person's "love tank" and help a person feel loved, but when one's tank is empty they don't feel loved and they have a hard time giving love in return then. In his book Dr . Gary D. Chapman says that these are the five love languages: 1) Acts of Service, 2) Gifts, 3) Quality Time, 4) Physical Touch, and 5) Words of Affirmation. I recommend you buy this book and that you read through it with your spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend and learn to speak your spouse's, boyfriend's, or girlfriend's primary and secondary love language. There is even a special version for children where you can learn your children's love language so they can feel your love how they want to receive it when you speak their love language. It can be one of the most impactful books that you read to help your relationships grow stronger. Because after all understanding each other's love language is the right thing to do and it models the way for love.