1/ Valuing words
People who are sensitive to this language will prefer words before anything else! By SMS, phone, or face to face, they will show themselves communicating, encourage their loved ones, compliment them, declare and re-declare verbally their flame!
What to do with someone who is sensitive to it: Say or write words of love to them, give them (sincere!) compliments, encourage them clearly.
What not to do: Speak to them in a brusque, hurtful manner, criticize them harshly directly, do not communicate your love verbally.
2/ Physical touch
This category includes those who are most sensitive to physical signs of affection. They will be very easily touched by the people they love. But they will never consider living a platonic love!
What to do with someone who is sensitive to it: caresses, hugs, regular reunions under the comforter, real physical intimacy.
What not to do: condemn them to a forced abstinence, to be physically violent, to be too modest, distant and closed to tactile demonstrations?
3/ Quality moments
For those who are sensitive to it, love comes first through closeness and frequent and regular exchanges! They have this desire and need to spend time in the company of the people they love. They will find it difficult to understand the need for distance and freedom.
What they need to do with someone who is sensitive to it: give them time, just you and him/her, share moments of complicity, see you regularly in an intimate setting.
What not to do: play dead for a longer or shorter period of time, give preference to outings in large groups to the detriment of more intimate ones, do not be attentive to the other during your moments of complicity.
People who are sensitive to this language are more open to material demonstrations of your love and theirs. Beware, these gifts don’t have to be expensive ! But it is important for them to have physical gifts to materialize their love as well as yours.
What to do with someone who is sensitive to this: gifts, but personalized, that correspond to them, offered without any particular reason, or during big events.
What not to do: Arriving empty-handed at birthdays and holidays, offering a banal/empty/unwanted gift, criticizing people’s materialism.