Valentine’s Day Book Giveaway: The Five Love Languages


This book was on the New York Times bestseller list, has sold over five million copies, and has been translated into over 40 languages.  This book, written by Dr. Gary Chapman, has helped good marriages become better, and it has helped heal marriages with the rebirth of love the couple thought was gone for good.

Here’s the scoop:

WIN IT:

Winner will receive  The Five Love Languages.   Healthy Home Blog’s Valentine’s Day Giveaway runs from 2-4-12 until midnight CST 2-25-12, and it’s open to all U.S. residents.  Healthy Home will pay shipping charges.

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* Note: I was not compensated in any way for this. I am providing the books and shipping charges for this giveaway.

For anyone interested, Gary Chapman has also written the “5 Love Languages of Children.”

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10 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Book Giveaway: The Five Love Languages

  1. I found you doing a research for Ezekel bread coupons. This books sounds very interesting so I have also liked you on Facebook, Twitter and signed up to follow your blog 😉

  2. Sounds like it would be a wonderful book for my brother-in-law and his wife. They are having a hard time with their marriage right now. It’s nice that the author put out a version for kids too.

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