Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are open about their marriage. At the onset of coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), they shared how they progressed on each other’s nerves. When Shepard broke the nostalgia, he opened up about how Bell had helped him recover. Now, Bell recognizes one of the key differences they both work on to keep their marriage working.
Bell was Alec Baldwin’s guest Here’s the thing podcast on January 12. She explained how she and Shepard speak different love languages. They also learned to be fluent in each other’s needs.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard express their love differently
Bell credited therapy by helping her and Shepard to identify their different needs. She explained the differences accordingly.
“Everyone has different ways of feeling loved,” Bell told Baldwin. For me, it’s pre-production. If I come home from work and you’ve ordered me food, there’s a burrito in the frids for me, I’m like, ‘Damn, this guy loves me. He thought she might be home from work and might want a burrito. He thought about me. ‘”
Shepard Bell needs to express it in a different way.
Once she realized that her husband needed different ways of feeling, she was able to express herself in the way he understood.
“It’s those little things that like smart language where we have to remember that the other person needs something we don’t need,” Bell said. “So we have to think in the other person’s love language to properly express what we are feeling. ”
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Baldwin was associated with Shepard’s desire for peace of mind. Bell agreed that she is looked at in many men.
“It’s really healthy to be able to communicate that to your partner,” Bell said. “No one can be taken universally. I don’t want to make this broad and wide but I have experienced a lot of people like that where it is very simple. It’s just a presence. It is present with them and communicates in the simplest way just as a reminder that the foundation is there and that you are still attracted to them and that you love them. However, my love language is gone. ”