The quality time love language is exactly as it sounds – spending quality time together! I call this one the high maintenance love language (and it’s mine, so I’m calling myself that). Why?
Because it requires T-I-M-E. No shortcuts here. There needs to be an investment of the self.
Undivided attention is the key to this love language.
Children with this love language keep us honest. I have a son with this love language who simply will not allow me to ignore him. He continually asks me to do things – from golf to soccer to Legos. He forces me (in a good way) to stop what I’m doing and spend time on what is most important: Him and our relationship.
Today’s love language: Quality Time
How it is expressed: People with this love language feel loved when others make time for them. They enjoy long walks talking in the park, riding bikes on a trail, or playing chess together for hours on end. The key to this language is
Dare #20: Pick one off the list to do with your family today to express the love language of quality time:
*Play a board game
*Go out to coffee
*Ride bikes around the neighborhood
*Read a book together
*Ask questions and listen well