Here’s What You Need To Know If Your Child Speaks A Different Love Language

Learn to speak your child's language

You’re jabbering away in English and your children are trying to communicate in Italian or Spanish. So, what happens when your child doesn’t speak the same ‘love language’ as you? 

Firstly – don’t blame yourself!  It’s common for families to have children who each speak a different language (sweet …). What we need to realise is that we have to go back to school … ‘language translation school’!

You may be able to relate. A sticker chart works wonders with child 1, but it’s all about a high five or a really excited, “Amazing!” with child 2. Neither of them respond particularly well if you mix the languages up.

Here’s how to begin learning the love language they speak, and build a happier household in the process!

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