Love Languages

Aaron & Wendy Frazier


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Wendy says, “We had communicated with our kids and enlisted them in the cause, and they’ve always been supportive, but I feel like since I’ve been able to zero in on what their love languages are, I don’t have any guilt, and I don’t think they feel like their mom is missing when I’m gone.”

Being aware of each other’s needs enables both Wendy and Aaron to serve outside the home and know that those needs have been met. They say, “Our family dynamic is better, 100 percent. We enjoy each other more, and it has nothing to do with money. It has everything to do with the mindset and a raised awareness of relationships.”

BUILD RELATIONSHIPS

Learn about love languages.

Wendy and Aaron read The 5 Love Languages by Gary D. Chapman and then read it with their kids.

Figure out what love languages each person needs.

The Frazier family spent time at the dinner table talking about what they each needed.

Apply It.

With your new awareness, make sure that you are speaking love in a way that the person understands.

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