The 5 Love Languages

Oasis Audio

Narrated by Gary Chapman

4 hr 48 min
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Simple ideas, lasting love.

Between busy schedules and long days, expressing love can fall by the wayside. We forget to compliment, to give gifts "just because," to linger in an embrace. The things that say "I love you" seem to either not get said or not get through. This is an audio book about saying it - and hearing it - clearly. No gimmicks. No psychoanalyzing. Just learing to express love in your spouse's language.

With over 10 million copies sold, The 5 Love Languages® has transformed countless relationships. Its ideas are simple and conveyed with clarity and humor, making this audio book as practical as it is personable. You'll be inspired by real-life stories and encouraged by its commonsense approach. Listening to this audio feels like taking a walk with a wise friend. Applying it will forever change your relationship - starting today.

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Additional Information

Publisher
Oasis Audio
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Published on
Feb 20, 2005
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Duration
4h 48m 16s
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ISBN
9781608142118
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Marriage & Long-Term Relationships
Religion / Christian Life / Love & Marriage
Self-Help / Communication & Social Skills
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Eligible for Family Library

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