PSY Week 2 - part one Attachment and Relationships

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Attachment and relationships 1 ATTACHMENT STYLE AND RELATIONSHIPS Attachment Styles and Relationships Eric DeMent Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Attachment and relationships 2 Love Relationship How is anyone supposed to know that there are there are three different types of love relationships? As a child, people grow up being told about love mostly by family members. When you are children, most of what the family tells you is taken to heart. Well, this section of my paper goes deeper than what our families has talked to us about. This is all about love relationships and the three dimensions of love. Did you know that there are three dimensions of love? I am not talking Twilight Zone stuff in this writing; there actually are three different dimensions of love. The three compartments of love were discovered by Robert Sternberg (Bolt, 2004). The compartments are passion, intimacy and commitment (Bolt, 2004). “Passion is the motivational component of love and reflects attraction, romance, and sexual desire. Intimacy involves feelings of closeness, trust,
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course PYS 220 taught by Professor Many during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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