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How To Kiss Someone

How To Kiss Someone

We’ve all had our shares. And sure enough, some of those kisses were more memorable than others. Although the vast majority were great, some were poorly executed that they made us wonder: what was I doing? Who has never had such an experience in life?

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How To Forget Someone

How To Forget Someone

Throughout our lives, we have all had to experience the pain that a breakup generates, especially if that relationship has lasted many years and it has been the other person who has decided to put an end to the engagement.

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How To Know If A Guy Likes You

How To Know If A Guy Likes You

There’s almost no better feeling in the world than finding out that the guy you’re interested in likes you back. However, it’s not always easy to know whether the feeling is mutual! So, how to know if a guy likes you or not? Keep reading this article to find out.

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Relationship Deal Breakers

Relationship Deal Breakers

Prior to defining a relationship and committing to each other, it is important for you to decide on somebody who is genuinely appropriate for you. All of us have automatic relationship deal breakers which we might not be aware of or which we don’t realize until we come across them.

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Things To Remember When Dating A Single Mom

Things To Remember When Dating A Single Mom

Nobody should let this be a deal-breaker. It won’t matter if she has kids. What matters is she has the personality and looks that match the one that you like. Here are a few things to keep in mind when dating a single mom

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What Is Mean Of Love

What Is Mean Of Love

What is mean of love? Is it passion? Is it a complex feeling? So, you want to know what love is. You want to know the boundary and limitations. You want to know what makes the term so difficult to understand. Love is not complex and it has a deep meaning.

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Something About Love

Love can describe a solid feeling as satisfying basic emotional needs, providing the most intense sense of intimacy.  In the address, it normally means social love, but it might mean love for the nation, goal, game, etc.. 

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Interpersonal love is a relationship between two individuals greater than the affection for one another and is closely associated with interpersonal relationships (love between family members, friends…).  Unrequited love describes those feelings of love that aren’t reciprocated.

The traditional branch of love are:

Philia – friendly love, love that wishes the other well, love with which we would like to help another, is the basis of every community,

Eros – a love marked by a longing for what is loved.   

Agape – the ideal of love, includes mercy, dedication, and care for others.  The ultimate significance of this love is to devote oneself entirely to the good of others at the cost of one’s own life.  This sort of love transcends friendly and sensual love.

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Robert Sternberg developed the concept that love has three basic components:

Intimacy – friendship, liking, a link between spouses; in order for closeness to develop, mutual respect and confidence are needed.

Passion – mostly physical and sexual attraction, gives that attribute feeling of infatuation, most intense at the beginning of a romance, weakens over time.

Loyalty – is your choice to keep in a long-term relationship with the individual we love; partners must be willing to sacrifice and put the spouse’s needs before their own.

Some elements that are often present in interpersonal love are:

 

Affection – mutual admiration;

Attachment – satisfying basic emotional needs;

Altruism – mutual selflessness;

Reciprocation – mutual love;

Attachment – the desire to preserve love;

Emotional closeness – sharing feelings and emotions;

Friendship – a friendly soul;

Household relationship;

Fire – sexual appetite;

psychic familiarity – sharing intimate private space;

Private interest – the desire for a reward;

Courtesy – the desire to help each other.

Susanne and Clyde Hendrick developed a scale of love relationships based on John Alan Lee’s concept called Styles of Love, where social love relationships are divided into six parts:

Eros – passionate, physical love based on physical appearance;

Ludus – love is known as a game and is fun;

Storge – tender love that develops gradually based on similarities;

Pragma – pragmatic love;

Mania – highly emotional, shaky love, a stereotype of romantic love;

Agape – selfless, altruistic, spiritual love.

Researchers Hendrick discovered that men are more ludicrous and manic, while girls are more pragmatic.

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