Happiness is often the by-product of feeling loved. We all recognize during the initial phase of dating that euphoric state commonly referred to as “being in Love,” as being happy. It is this sense of extreme happiness that led us to become committed. We wanted to be this happy the rest of our lives. Unfortunately, all research indicates that the “in love” experience is temporary.
Remarkably, the answer to how to maintain happiness in relationships falls into five categories revealing a unique approach in how to effectively love another person. Different people with different personalities express love in different ways. These ways of expressing and receiving love are called love languages —there are five, and every individual has one they prefer above the others, and is referred to as their primary love language.