The Five Love Languages – Valentine’s Day Book Giveaway

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 has helped good marriages become better, and it has helped heal marriages with the rebirth of love the couple thought was gone for good.

To enter your name in the drawing for this book, just leave a brief comment and your first name.  In the info part, leave your email address which will be confidential.  I will notify the winner by email.

February 28, 2010 is the last day to enter.

13 thoughts on “The Five Love Languages – Valentine’s Day Book Giveaway

  1. Here’s Shirley comment (accidentally put in The Five Love Languages of Children):
    Even though I’ve been married to a wonderful man for over 50 years I still think I could be a better wife. I would love to know more ways to make him happy. He deserves every good thing I can give him and maybe I could make up for the times I’ve been “less loving” than I should have been.

  2. I have heard a lot of good things about this book. I think it would be an amazing read.


  3. I read this book years ago when I got it from the library… it is excellent and I often find myself wishing I owned it so I could refer to it more!

  4. I often feel like my husband and I just don’t understand each other most of the time. After having kids it feels like we have lost touch with one another. Maybe this book would help us figure out where the other person is coming from so we can have a happier marriage and a healthier family.

  5. I would love to know more about each individual love language so that in addition to growing my marriage, i feel it could benefit my other relationships with friends and extended family!

  6. I heard of this book a few years ago, and just in this last week have been thinking about buying it to see if it helps w/my relationship problems!

  7. It sounds like a great read! It also sounds like it would help us understand each other better if we prefer different love languages.

  8. That is something I would enjoy reading! I think you can never learn or do enough to keep your marriage strong and healthy.

  9. When I was 16, I waited tables at a diner and an elderly gentleman who had recently lost his wife came in and talked my ear off for a good hour. Among the many things he said was just how good this book was and how it had made a difference in his marriage even though he had been married over 50 years(!) by the time he read it. At 16, I didn’t think much of it. But being almost 28 and married, I’m grateful for this blog to remind me of that conversation, which I haven’t thought of in nearly 12 years.

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