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Triangular theory of love

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  • 1. Triangular theory of love : that love has threedifferent components: Intimacy, Commitment, andPassion. Intimacy is a form where two people canshare secrets and various details of their personallives. Intimacy is usually shown in friendships andromantic love affairs. Commitment on the otherhand is the expectation that the relationship is goingto last forever. The last and most common form oflove is simply sex, or passion. Passionate love isshown in infatuation as well as romantic love. Tofurther refine, separate Passion into twoindependents components: Erotic Passion andRomantic Passion.

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