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Love in Interpersonal Relationships
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Love defined … Love is a feeling that may be characterized by passion and caring and by intimacy, passion, and commitment . There are six types of love (Lee’s typology)
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1) Eros Love focuses on beauty and sexuality, sometimes to the exclusion of other qualities. Often Believe in: Love as Magical Love as fate Love at first sight Very “American”
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2) Ludus Love love is seen as a game and focuses on entertainment and excitement. Will often: Keep their passions in check Feel uncomfortable about commitment Keep secrets Have affairs
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3) Storge Love love is a kind of companionship, peaceful and slow. Friendship is key Difficult to separate from friendships This love . . . Develops over time Endures long periods of inactivity or excitement Lacks the heat of eros and the games of ludus
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love is practical and traditional. Looking for “types”
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