Wednesday, September 29, 2021

5 love messages, 1 weekend

jpark resort

Not everyone communicates and receives love in the same way. In a relationship, it is important for two partners to know each other’s love language in order for them to meet their emotional needs. This way, nothing gets lost in translation even if the two express their affection differently.

Last Valentine’s weekend, Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark played host to couples, families and friends who wished to celebrate love in all its forms and languages.

Words of Affirmation

Those who have this as love language prefer compliments, verbal encouragement, frequent “I love yous,” and even active texting and social media engagement. The resort is conducive to all kinds of declarations of love, whether they be sweet nothings, grand proposals and everything in between—and not just on Valentine’s Day.

Receiving Gifts

There are those who feel valued when they receive visual symbols of love. It doesn’t have to be the most expensive item there is. In fact, people with this love language value the gift-giving process more—from the thought given to the selection of the gift to the emotional benefits of receiving it. The resort’s Lovers’ Alley featured gifts ranging from flowers and balloons to chocolates and pastries, all sold by local suppliers.

Acts of Service

For these people, actions speak louder than words. They feel most loved when their partner does things for them to make their life easier. It can be as simple as making their coffee in the morning, taking care of them when they’re having a case of the sniffles, or driving them around the 17-hectare resort in one of those luxe D.Thrones.

Quality Time

These people want to spend time with and receive undivided attention from their partner. The six-course dinner by the beach was the perfect avenue for active listening, eye contact and each other’s full presence, all of which are top priority for those with this love language.

Physical Touch

For those who feel more connected to their partner through physical signs of affection, the panoramic views framed by floor-to-ceiling windows in one of the resort’s suites provide a dramatically beautiful background. There’s nothing more incredibly affirming than touch for these people.


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