It’s true. Baking is my love language. What does that mean? Well, there’s a theory out there that says we all show love and affection to others – whether it be romantic or platonic or familial – in a particular way, that is unique to us. The five “love languages” are as follows: words of affirmation, acts of service, receiving gifts, quality time, and physical touch… Or something like that.
Of course, we all have a combination of the five love languages in how we interact with our loved ones. However, we all lean toward one way or another. It’s been awhile since I have taken a quiz on love languages, so I can’t even remember what categories I fall under the most.
Anyway. It’s pretty interesting to read about, and I think it can be helpful to learn about when it comes to our relationships. It’s a good way to understand our own needs, as well as our loved ones’ needs, and how we show love and vice versa. That being said, I always like to say that baking is my love language.
Baking is my love language because I love to bake, and half of the reason why I find baking so enjoyable is that it brings so much joy to other people. If I like/love you, I’m gonna bake for you. If I don’t care for you, then you’re definitely not getting any tasty treats from me! 😛 It’s that simple. I show people love by baking for them. [Really, I’m not trying to make you “fat!”]
What is your love language? What skills do you have that show others your love for them? 🙂
/ End random stream of consciousness. <3
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