Psychology Theories Of Love You Should Know.

Love.

A deeper, more intense and includes a strong desire for physical intimacy and contact.
You care about the other person’s need as your own.

Compassionate Love.

Characterised by mutual respect, attachment, affection and trust.
It usually develops out of feelings of mutual understanding and a shared respect for one another.

Passionate Love.

Characterised by intense emotions, sexual attraction, anxiety and affection.
If these intense emotions are reciprocated, you feel elated and fulfilled.
Unreciprocated love leads to despondency and despair.

Storage

This kind of love is a “natural affection”.
Love between parents and children, siblings and extended family members.
It can also develop out of friendship.
Where you share interests and commitments gradually develop affection for one another.

Eros

This kind of love is considered as “passionate” or “erotic”.It involves both physical and emotional passion.

Ludos.

This kind of love is considered as playful and fun (as a game), but not necessarily serious.
You are not ready for commitment and don’t prefer too much intimacy.

Mania.

This kind of love is considered as a combination of Eros and Ludos.
It is of more obsessive type.

Pragma.

This kind of love is considered as a combination of Ludos and Storage.
It is a realistic and practical love.

Agape.

This kind of love is considered as a combination of Eros and Storage.
It is selfless love, expecting nothing in return.

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