I have already read "Five Love Language" by Chapman before, but this one for Children was very helpful. It provides some assistance and insight on how to better love each Child in a way that they appreciate it and recieve it the best. It also helps understand why some discipline works differently for each of our children...answering the question why time out is effective for one child and not the other....why a firm word is effective for one child and not the other...ect.
This is a terrific book to get if you are struggling to understand your child. The way the love languages are described and how to apply them to your family is easy to follow. It is helping my husband and I to love our kids better.
I thought I knew my children however I realized after reading this book that I did not know my children as well as I thought. I realized that my 5 year old speaks the love language of quality time and physical touch. Even if you don't say anything to her just knowing you're in the same room speaks volumes to her. So I've decided to speak her love language. I also was able to read this book and realize that my husband's love languages are physical touch and acts of service, and now I'm taking more time to do what speaks love to him.
All in all this is a great book. It'll help out with any relationship and help to communicate love more effectively.