Recognising your love language
UTAR Master of Psychology Programme Head Tan Soon Aun was invited to share his expertise on “Love Languages” at AFM radio station, Wisma Radio Angkasapuri, Kuala Lumpur.
The sharing session aimed to enlighten public and community members who have interests in couple relationships. Tan shared his knowledge about Malaysian couple’s well-being and the appropriate adjustments among couples. He explained to listeners that there are five types of love languages, which are words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and physical touch.
“Apart from couple relations being part of my research topic, I actually find this topic interesting. The identification of love languages is very important to maintain a long-lasting relationship between couples. Love languages are highly related to personal preference, in which different people may have different ways of expressing and receiving the message of love,” explained Tan.
“I hope this sharing will not only benefit their learning, but I hope listeners will be more sensitive to their partner’s love message. By understanding their respective partner’s love language, they will be able to effectively apply the right platform to express their love to their respective partners. Meanwhile, an individual can also adjust one’s way of showing love through effective communication.
Click here to watch the full session on Facebook.