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2.How is intimacy

connected to the concept of love, and what things can you do to determine if intimacy is genuine, or if its infatuation? (please use the sternberg's triangle theory to explain)


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Symphysis
Body
of clitoris
cm
Pubis
Clitoral body
Urethra
Urinary
CruS
Left
bladder
bulb
Clitoral n.v.b.
Vaginal plexus
Vagina
Anus
(Int.) Pudendal n.v.b.
FIG. 3. MRI of clitoris and its components in axial plane in pre-
FIG. 5. Lateral view of dissected specimen of clitoris with its neu-
menopausal nullipara. Bulbs, crura and corpora are well demon-
strated. These structures lie ventral and lateral to urethra and
rovascular bundle (n.v.6.) in fresh cadaver of 57-year-old postmeno-
pausal woman. Inf., internal.
vagina as cluster or complex. Reprinted with permission.!!
travel at the 2 and 10 o'clock positions along the anterior
Pubic
vaginal wall, and then at the 5 and 7 o'clock positions along
symphysis
the urethra. This study in fetuses clearly demonstrates the
cavernous nerves, highlighting the importance of further
study in adults to define the anatomy accurately to preserve
their integrity during reconstructive and ablative surgery.
Vaginal
Histology, immunohistochemistry and clitoral pharmacol-
wall
ogy. The histology of each component of the clitoris was
Body
recently presented.* The body is surrounded by a thick
of clitoris
tunica albuginea. On the outer surface of the body lie
branches of the dorsal nerves and vessels. In each erectile
Bulb
core of the corpora lie the deep clitoral arteries.14 Briefly, the
clitoral body has a histology similar to that of the penis. It is
Glans
composed of conjoined corpora separated by an incomplete
septum (fig. 6). The septum continues in the midline halfway
into the
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STERNBERG'S TRIANGULAR THEORY
The three components of love combine to produce eight
different love types
Liking
(Intimacy alone)
Romantic Love
Companionate Love
(Intimacy + Passion)
Consummate
Love
(Intimacy + Commitment)
(Intimacy +
Passion+
Commitment)
Infatuation
Fatuous Love
Empty Love
(Passion alone) (Passion + Commitment) (Decision/Commitment
alone)

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