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appendix g - Empty Love commitment Stronger love often...

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Axia College Material Appendix G According to Sternberg, a person can experience eight general types of love. In the following table, a type of love as identified by Sternberg is in the left column. In the center column, write the combination of components that type of love demonstrates (intimacy, passion, or commitment). In the right column, fill in the characteristics for the corresponding type of love. Type of Love Components Characteristics Non Love None Absence of all three components Liking intimacy Friendship, bonding, warmth, closeness Infatuation passion Pure passion, usually end up turning into romantic relationships
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Unformatted text preview: Empty Love commitment Stronger love often deteriorates into empty love. Romantic Love Intimacy, passion Individuals emotionally through intimacy and physically through passionate arousal. Companionate Love Intimacy, commitment Intimate, non-passionate type of love that is stronger than friendship because of the element of long-term commitment. Fatuous Love Passion, commitment Passion without intimacy, can result in forced marriage or one partner giving sexual favors for the wrong reasons Consummate Love Intimacy, passion, commitment Complete form of love, the “perfect couple”....
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