• Jun 22, 2021 12:00 pm
  • 17:25 mins

Have you ever said I love you to someone on accident? Like when ending a phone call or casual conversation? Now think about how many times you’ve said I love you to your kids and close family members. How many of those times did you say the words, but it felt the same as when you said it to a stranger? All words but no action or feeling? In the monotony of life, it can be easy to turn the phrase “I love you” into lip service without the words and actions to back it. Parenting podcasters and experts Kent and Amy Bowler are here with us today to tell us how we can better understand our children’s love languages to make sure they know you mean it when you say you love them.