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The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Gary Chapman

Narrated By: Gary Chapman

Publisher: Oasis Audio

Date: February 2005

Duration: 4 hours 48 minutes


The secret to love that lasts! “How do we meet each other’s deep emotional need to feel loved? If we can learn that and choose to do it, then the love we share will be exciting beyond anything we ever felt when we were infatuated.” —Dr. Gary Chapman. Dr. Gary Chapman’s international bestseller has brought back or intensified the love in millions of marriages by revealing the five distinct languages we all use to express love: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch. Couples who understand each other’s love language hold a priceless advantage in the quest for love that lasts a lifetime— they know how to effectively and consistently make each other feel truly and deeply loved. That gift never fades away. Includes a PDF of the personal profile for Husbands & Wives.


  • Lydya O

    Revealing and informative

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  • Mitchel C

    Great book! Let's see if it will work!

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  • Richard D

    mind blowing.

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  • Cassadee M

    Great book for marriage and relationships in general!

  • marc v

    Great book. It totally put things into a perspective that I haven't thought of

  • vinisha hathiramani

    Loved it. Really broadened my understanding on love and relationships.

  • Krista Davis

    Excellent book! Insightful and easy to follow the concepts! Reading or listening to the book is just the first step, the real work is putting it to action. Nothing will change if there is no behavioral change!

  • Colleen Ables

    Very enlightening!

  • Lekita Stevenson

    An awesome book! This book has truly opened my eyes and allowed me to see beyond self, and truly focus on my spouses emotional needs.

  • David Johnson

    Nice message. Don't doubt the advice. Predictable so could be shorter.