The Five Languages of Apology REVISED ED.
Gary Chapman / Jennifer Thomas
Paper: 15.2 x 23
How to experience healing in all your relationships
- Apologizing isn’t just a matter of will?it’s a matter of how
- Learn how to recognize your own primary apology language while speaking the languages of those you love
- Understand and apply the five languages of an apology to greatly enhance all of your relationships
Other titles by Gary Chapman:
- The Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace
- Now You’re Speaking My Language
- Anger: Handling a Powerful Emotion in a Healthy Way
- Hope for the Separated
- The Four Seasons of Marriage
About the Author
Dr. Gary Chapman is a counselor and author of The Five Love Languages which has sold 3 million copies in English alone and has been translated into 34 languages including Arabic, Hindi and Chinese. Gary Chapman holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in anthropology from Wheaton College and Wake Forest University, respectively. He received M.R.E. and Ph.D. degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and has completed postgraduate work at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Duke University. He is the director of Marriage and Family Life Consultants, Inc. and has traveled extensively around the world challenging couples to pursue healthy, growing marriages. Gary and his wife, Karolyn, have been married for 45 years, have two adult children, and two grandchildren.
Dr. Jennifer Thomas is a part-time clinical psychologist with Associates in Christian Counseling in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Jennifer counsels on a wide variety of individual and couples issues, from communication to trauma recovery and spiritual healing. She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Jennifer and her husband, J.T., have been happily married for thirteen years, they enjoy raising their three young children.
Real life involves real people who make real mistakes. Sometimes saying “I’m sorry” just isn’t enough. The need for apologies impacts all human relationships. Just as you have a different love language, you also hear and express the words and gestures of apology in a different language. New York Times best-selling author Gary Chapman has teamed with counselor Jennifer Thomas on this groundbreaking study of the way we apologize, discovering that it’s not just a matter of will?it’s a matter of how. By helping people identify the languages of apology, this book clears the way toward healing and sustaining vital relationships. Through their research and interaction with hundreds of individuals, the authors detail proven techniques for giving and receiving effective apologies.