Charmed & Dangerous

How to date in Baltimore from a twenty-something still trying to figure it out.

I’m on a bit of a quest to “find myself” which has involved quite a few books & tests, as mentioned a few days back in the post about Myers Briggs. Sorry this post doesn’t involve Harry Potter—but I’d still love any comments/messages/etc. about it! (P.S. - Thanks so much to everyone that commented, especially onespeedgreg, your response was really helpful!)

Anyway, this post is about the 5 Love Languages by Gary D. Chapman. I just finished The 5 Love Languages because I didn’t realize there was a Single’s Edition, so I just got that one to read next. I’m not at all religious but this book’s author is so if you are offended by such things, I wouldn’t recommend the book.

took the test (you don’t need to read the book to get it) & my love language is Quality Time followed by Physical Touch. This explains a lot to me about the way I date. For me, just being around someone means the world to me. I don’t need much else, but if I can’t have that I shut down immediately & run. Alternatively, I tend to express my love with Acts of Service & Gifts because they seem life emotional vulnerable than what I desire.

What about you? Share your results or thoughts in a message or comment?

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  5. wolfgardian answered: Physical Touch then Quality time. almost equll.
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