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Discover and Celebrate Your Five Love Languages

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  • The CAVU Center

    7165 S Braden Avenue, Tulsa, OK (map)

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  • We are one block EAST of Yale at 71st
  • FILL YOUR LOVE TANK !

    Here's an opportunity to discover for yourself, and discuss with others, a great resource to bring new energy, passion, communication and connection to your significant relationships.  Author Gary Chapman in his book The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate believes everyone has a love tank, and that tank is filled by different love languages. These five languages are Gifts, Words of Affirmation, Quality of Time, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch.   In this seminar we will discuss the Five Love Languages and share hints, tips and experiences with other Lovers.  

    Participants are encouraged to take the FIVE LOVE LANGUAGES assessment BEFORE they come to the seminar.  The assessment takes just a few minutes can be found at this link:  FIVE LOVE LANGUAGES.  Please bring with you the results of your assessment.  There are several books associated with this assessment and they can be found on Amazon, if you want to read ahead.

    Come alone or with a mate, you will be welcome.

    Note:  The focus of the seminar will be on the outcomes of the assessment and how to use this information to nurture and enhance your relationship(s), in whatever form the relationship(s) may be exist, i.e. traditional, non-traditional, poly, vanilla, or otherwise.  While there is a "faith-based" foundation to Chapman's work, this will NOT be the focus of the conversation. 

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