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The Language of Love

The Language of Love by Dr Gary Smalley, ISBN: 9781589973046
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ISBN: 9781589973046
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The Language of Love

Words have incredible meaning, especially when they say what you mean. Make the most of your messages by learning The Language of Love. Written by best-selling authors Gary Smalley and John Trent, this companion to The Two Sides of Love shows how "emotional word pictures" can infuse understanding and intimacy into all your relationships.

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