The five love languages book barnes and noble
The 5 Love Languages Singles Edition: The Secret that Will Revolutionize Your Relationships
Brad and Emily couldn't figure out what was wrong with Caleb, their eight-year-old son. He had been an above-average learner and still did his homework, but this year he was struggling in school. He would go to the teacher after she had given an exercise and ask her to explain it again. He'd visit her desk up to eight times a day, asking for further instructions. Was it poor hearing or a comprehension problem?
I first met Chuck in Germany. He had a successful military career — twenty-three years under his belt. However, all was not well. In his own words: "My marriage is in shambles. I don't understand love and I'm not sure you can keep love alive in a military marriage. I was madly in love with my first wife.
At 30, feet, somewhere between Buffalo and Dallas, he put his magazine in his seat pocket, turned in my direction, and asked, "What kind of work do you do? All the love I thought I had for her and the love she seemed to have for me evaporated. I am a fairly intelligent person. I operate a successful business, but I don't understand it. The second time, we were married three years, and the last one, almost six years.
If you're reading this book, chances are you're either single or know someone who is. More than half of all American adults are single — By contrast, in that number stood at about 22 percent. Twenty percent of American adults have never married — a number representing a "historic high. This means that, in the general population among people eighteen to twenty-four, almost four out of every five 78 percent have never been married. It is difficult to get a true handle on the divorce rate in this country, although the "one out of every two marriages" number has been widely debunked.