Love - Love What is love? Two things love is not...

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Love What is love? Two things love is not Conceptions of love Theories on the origins of love
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What Is Love? Love is a deep and vital emotion Love satisfies personal needs Love involves caring and acceptance Love involves intimacy
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Two Things Love Is Not Martyring Manipulating
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Conceptions of Love Sternberg’s triangular theory of love Love consists of various degrees of intimacy, passion, and commitment. Intimacy includes 10 elements: Desiring to promote the welfare of the loved one. Experiencing happiness with the loved one. Holding the loved one in high regard. Being able to count on the loved one in times of need. Having mutual understanding with the loved one. Sharing one’s self and one’s possessions with the loved one. Receiving emotional support from the loved one. Giving emotional support to the loved one. Communicating intimately with the loved one. Valuing the loved one.
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Sternberg’s triangular theory of love continued Passion includes the expression of one’s needs and desires: Sexual fulfillment Self-esteem Nurturance Belonging Dominance or submission Commitment includes two phases: Short-term phase: decision to love the other person. Long-term phase: commitment to maintain that love.
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Sternberg’s triangular theory of love continued Using these three basic elements of love, Sternberg identified Nonlove : Absence of all three components Liking : Intimacy without passion or commitment Infatuation : Passion without intimacy or commitment Romantic love : Intimacy and passion without commitment Companionate love : Commitment and intimacy without passion
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