What Are Your TOXIC Love Languages?

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Words of affirmation, quality time, physical touch, acts of service, and receiving gifts. A “love language” is the “supposed” way you prefer to give and receive love. You’ll find them in any cliché personality quiz — you may even know yours.

But what if there are a set of toxic love languages? After all, if we keep finding ourselves in unhealthy dynamics SOMETHING is drawing us in and it certainly…

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