The 5 Love Languages of Children by Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell, MD is an easy read, but it's also 'hard'. It's hard because it's good. It's thought -provoking and opens your eyes on relationships, in-general and more specifically with children. Have you read Gary Chapman's original The 5 Love Languages? I've read it many years ago and though I know what the 5 love languages are; physical touch, words of affirmation, quality time, gifts and acts of service; it's not something I make an effort in figuring out. It is not until The 5 Love Languages of Children that I've put more mental effort in seeking out what it means and how to apply it. It could've been age or just stage in life that the original The 5 Love Languages was just a book to read and to know about. As to application, it didn't fit into my life - at least not yet. I wasn't married or romantically involved with anyone at the time, and during the time I was more, shall I say, I was selfish (ain't we all in our 20s?).
Note: I received this book from Moody Publishers for an HONEST review.