Summary of The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary Chapman
- Narrated by: John Forbes
- Length: 47 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-05-2017
- Language: English
- Publisher: Billionaire Mind Publishing
Happily ever after. Is this just a myth? Why is love so unsustainable and why are there so many obstacles?
Gary Chapman is most well-known for his best-selling book, The 5 Love Languages, which has sold more than 10 million worldwide. Dr. Chapman travels around the world and gives talks on marriage, family. and relationships. He is indisputably the best love advisor that we could find.
The 5 Love Languages is an easily apprehended and comprehensive book. It is your ultimate marriage and love guidebook. The 5 Love Languages has helped millions of people and helped saved thousands of couples from breaking off. It is by far the best-selling book in the entire world for love advice.
"Marriages get better or worse. They don't stand still." (Gary Chapman)
The 5 Love Languages is far more than your typical book on marriage. The 5 Love Languages is the life-changer for your marriage, love life, and relationships. Just as Gary Chapman says, marriages get better or worse and they don't stand still. If your marriage isn't getting better, it is definitely getting worse. Are you ready to feel the sparks that you had with your spouse when the two of you first started dating?
PS: If you truly want to learn much more about marriage and love, this book is perfect for you.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Nick_of_Time on 30-07-2017
Wooden narration. Repetitive content.
This is a 4.5 hour book condensed into 30 minutes, but it is, nevertheless, very repetitive. Points such as a discussion about how the infatuation stage only lasts two years on average and that 2nd marriages do not last as long as 1st marriages, and 3rd marriages do not last as long as 2nd marriages were repeated 3 or 4 times in this 30 minute summary. Surely that time could have been better used giving us more of the other 4 hours of the original book. The narration is wooden and robotic. I would have given it less than 3 stars except that the fundamental material is worth knowing. Lastly, the word "languages" is incorrectly spelled "langugaes" on the cover picture. Someone seems to have slapped this summary together in a very sloppy way from the writing, to the narration, and even the cover.
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By Ann Belser on 28-03-2018
There are no shortcuts...
I would have been better off rereading the original “5 Languages” book again. This was disappointing to me.