Quality time is about spending time together enjoying each other’s company. People who need quality time crave alone time with their loved one and want to catch up with them by having time alone where they can talk and bond.
Physical touch is showing love through hugging, cuddling, being intimate, or simply putting a caring hand on someone’s shoulder. People who need physical touch want you to hug them, they want cuddle time, and always show “PDA” or public displays of affection to feel that you love them.
The love language of gifts does not require large or extravagantly expensive gifts. It can be notes, CDs, flowers, or leaving a pastry. These small gifts are tokens of love to the giver or receiver.
Acts of service are acts of love when someone performs an action for the other. This can be cleaning, cooking, driving, or even doing an errand.
Words of affirmation are verbal clues for others to express how much they love and care about someone. Words of affirmation also can be compliments and reassurances that confirm inner love in an outer way.