1. Identify the love languages spoken in your own or another romantic relationship. Explain how effectively each person adapts to the otherâ€™s love language. Make suggestions for improvement, if necessary.
2. Pick the two crazymakers you use most often. For each, describe the circumstances in which the crazymaker is used, the function which the crazymaker serves, the consequences of using the crazymaker, and any alternative behavior which would be more constructive.
3. Consider this saying, â€œI can be right or I can be happy.â€ Discuss this in terms of defensiveness/nondefensive concepts from the text, as well as any pertinent Gibb climate components.