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  1. 1. Topic Course title & code Introduction to Psychology Psy-101Love Instructer: Ma’am Adeela Aslam
  2. 2. Group members• S. M. Sabeehul Rehman 10050616-082• Ahtisham Munawwer 10050616-011• Nouman Ifftikhar 10050616-028• Asif Habib 10050616-030
  3. 3. What is love?• The most difficult question for the mankind.• No one can give the proper definition.• Love is an emotion of strong affection and personal attachment.
  4. 4. TYPES OF LOVE• Impersonal love• Interpersonal love
  5. 5. Impersonal love• To love an object, principle, or goal.• Paraphilia
  6. 6. Interpersonal love• To love between human beings.• Unrequited love• Love is most closely associated with interpersonal relationships.
  7. 7. Further types of interpersonal love• Eros-romantic• Ludus-uncommitted• Storge-slow developing
  8. 8. Cont…• Pragma-practical• Mania-obsessive• Agape-caring
  9. 9. Signs of being in Love• Love cannot be learnt or taught.• Falling in love with someone is exciting.• May also be bit confusing.
  10. 10. Cont… When you are in love with someone,• You remember him/her all the time.• Everything in daily life reminds you of him/her.• You always care about his/her safety and happiness.
  11. 11. Cont….• You become more cautious about your appearance.• You deny spending much time with your friends.• You are eager to understand every detail of his/her life.• You want to be loyal to him/her and expect the same .
  12. 12. Cont…..• You tend to think about his/her expectations.
  13. 13. Psychology depicts love as• Cognitive• Social phenomenon.
  14. 14. Cont….Psychologist Robert Sternberg formulated a triangular theory of love.IntimacyCommitmentPassion
  15. 15. Intimacy• Two people share confidences and various details of their personal lives.
  16. 16. Commitment• The expectation that the relationship is permanent
  17. 17. Passion• Passionate love is shown in infatuation as well as romantic love.
  18. 18. Cont…Psychologist Erich Fromm mentioned in his book "The art of loving“• Love is not merely a feeling, but is also actions• love is a commitment.• Love as a conscious choice.
  19. 19. Religious views ISLAM & HINDUISM
  20. 20. ISLAM• Love encompasses the Islamic view of life as universal brotherhood.
  21. 21. Amongst the 99 names of God• Al-Wadud.ALLAH is also referenced at the beginning of every chapter in the Quran as:• Ar-Rahman.• Ar-Rahim.• Full of loving kindness.
  22. 22. Ishq• The emphasis of Sufism.• Love is a projection of the essence of God to the universe.• ALLAH desires to recognize beauty.• Sufism is often referred to as the religion of love.
  23. 23. In Sufism• God is referred in three main terms.• Love, humankind can get back to its inherent purity and grace.• Sufis are infamous for being drunk.
  24. 24. Hinduism• Kama• Prema/Prem• Karuna• Bhakti
  25. 25. Love Some say, Vivacity. Some say, Fatality. Some say, Worship. Some say, Despise. Some say, Triumph. Some say, Thrash. Some say, Endurance. Some say, Irritation. Some say, Appease.Some say, Aggravation.
  26. 26. All in all,Love is everything.Demands nothing, Claims nothing, Desires nothing, But, Fancies; A Sweet smile, Passionate gaze, Adoring lamas.
  27. 27. It’s always promising, Delightful, Marvelous, Zealous, Over-protective, & Stunning. /Sabeeh/