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1. Do you think you could find a better mate?
2. Does your mate make you literally sick, or often get on your nerves?
3. Do you wish that you were with a better version of your mate?
4. Do you feel that you may be too good for your mate at times?
5. Do you ever feel like your mate takes you for granted?
6. Do you do more for your mate than they do for you?
7. Is your mate extra nice to you only when they want sex?
8. Could your mate stand to upgrade their appearance or hygiene?
9. Do you feel differently about your mate than when you first met?
10. Did you answer YES to most or all of these questions?
ASK YOURSELF...Does My Mate Speak My Language?
Five Languages of Love

Receiving Gifts
Don't mistake this love language for materialism, greed, or indulgence; this person thrives on the care, thoughtfulness, and effort behind the gift.


Words of Affirmation
For those with this love language, unsolicited compliments mean the world to them. Verbal and written expressions of love are what reach the heart of these people most significantly


Acts of Service
Anything you do to lighten the load and ease the burden of responsibilities weighing on this kind of person will speak volumes.


Quality Time
​To people with this love language, nothing says “I love you” like full, undivided attention. 


Physical Touch
This kind of person is, not surprisingly, the touchy-feely type—though don’t think this language is all about the bedroom

~Dr Gary Chapman

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