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Rachel Frizzell

Project Name: Love Languages

How might we use love languages to better care for one another?
I have been researching love languages and learning about their impact on relationships both romantic and platonic. Part of my research and study led me to tools within each language that we can use to better care for one another. This capstone piece will help individuals to understand what their primary love language is and how they need to be loved. There are so many issues that arise in relationships due to misunderstanding and lack of communication. Understanding how we need to be loved and how to love others canmake a positive impact in relationships, both romantic and platonic.

There are five love languages; quality time, words of affirmation, physical touch, acts of service, and receiving gifts. Each individual has a primary love language or a language that resonates most with them. This primary love language is the main way an individual needs to receive love to feel the most emotional fulfillment. There can be multiple way an individual needs to receive love. Take this love languages quiz to find your love language and learn more about it!

Rachel is a senior graphic designer with passions in many areas of design including branding, logo design, and product development. Her post-graduation plans include starting her own design agency, and working part-time for her current internship as their graphic designer.

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