Relationshipwise - advice and guidance on finding partners and developing long lasting relationships


Advice on Making and Maintaining Long Lasting Relationships

Relationshipwise - advice and guidance on finding partners and developing long lasting relationships

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Communicating Love


Do you wish that your partner would show their love for you more often?

Are you often being accused of not showing your love by your partner?

Do you feel unloved in your relationship.

Would you like to learn how to express your love in ways your partner can understand?


It is sad when relationships fail when it is obvious that the two people seriously love each other. This often happens because the often complex love communication process has failed or is being misunderstood. The result is often arguments, accusations and separation.


We all need to be loved in certain ways, and expressing love needs to be more than saying ‘I Love You’. Verbal expressions of love are fine but communicating love effectively and in a meaningful way involves five very important ‘love’ languages.


Love Languages


Everyone has a primary love language and usually a secondary love language. This is how they need to receive love. If your partner has a different love language to you then communicating love can be difficult and your best efforts misunderstood or ignored. Look at the five love languages and choose the two you most favour as a sign of love. What love languages do you think your partner favours?



Your emotional love language and the language of your partner may be as different as Greek from English. No matter how hard you try to express love in ‘English’, if your spouse understands only ‘Greek’, you will never understand how to love each other.


These five love languages have formed the basis of a new approach to relationship management and combined with more standard emotional therapy techniques and communication skills training have helped many couples overcome relationship problems. Its proactive learning approach is intended to create new understanding and repair damage caused by misunderstanding and poor communication.


Consultations & Clinics


If you believe that this approach to relationship management may be appropriate to your relationship, you will need the help of a therapist trained in these techniques, please feel free to contact us to discuss your needs.


We are based in Gloucestershire but will travel to clients as appropriate subject to availability and costs.


Professional Training


If you are a therapist or counsellor wishing to learn these relationship management techniques then contact us for details of training courses and CPD events.