What do you think about when you think about love? Having a life partner? A close friendship maybe?
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The theory of six love styles was developed by John A. Lee in his book Colours of Love. According to the theory, different individuals approach love relationships in different ways.
Why do we fall in love? Why does it feel such a joy to connect with a romantic partner and why does it hurt so much to disconnect from someone we love? There are a number of theories describing love and its types.
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Previous Entry Next Entry. Being a Communication major, I took various classes in college on interpersonal communication, gender, and sex studies. Eros : passionate, physical, and emotional love like the ones you see on Spanish soap operas based on aesthetic enjoyment.
You might not realize it yet, but you are surrounded by love. You step out of your house to head to work and your dog comes up to you, tail wagging, to see you off. While driving to the office, you turn on the music and what do you hear?
The color wheel theory of love is an idea created by Canadian psychologist John Alan Lee that describes six styles of love using several of the Latin and Greek words for love. First introduced in his book Colours of Love: An Exploration of the Ways of LovingLee defines three primary, three secondary and nine tertiary love styles, describing them in terms of the traditional color wheel. The three primary types are erosludus and storgeand the three secondary types are maniapragma and agape. Eros is the Greek term for romantic, passionate or sexual love, from which we derive the term "erotic".
Kendra Van Wagner-About. Interesting to compare them to Helen Fisher's work. After reading her analysis of the fMRI, these seem a bit incomplete.