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Kinds of Love You Will Have in Your Lifetime!

Love does many crazy things to our brain, it triggers release of chemical dopamine which creates feelings of euphoria. All it happens when we receive a pleasurable stimuli, when our eyes are fixed on a beautiful person. When a woman sees attractive man brain starts releasing Morphine which results with feelings of liking. It can refer to an emotion of a strong attraction and personal attachment. But there are many other ways to love, not all of them are romantic love. It seems that everyone is hungry for romantic love.  Love encompasses a variety of different emotional and mental states, typically strongly and positively experienced.

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But, if the love is same for all or does it have certain types? Infact you may enjoy company of different people and different relationships but still your heart do not throb similar for all. For example mother sacrifices to make us successful whereas wife sacrifices to maintain your success. In your relationship your mom may be priority but feelings with both are different.

Different Types of Love

1. Eros

Eros is a sexual or passionate love, and it is the type most similar to our modern design of romantic love. Eros is a word often used to express sexual love or feelings of excitement that is divided between people who are physically attracted to each other. In Sexual attraction we go one step beyond the romantic attraction, it starts with wanting a kiss, cuddle, some physical things, emotional caring. Most of time sexual attraction and feeling of romance happens at the same time. All males and females are by nature pulled towards orgasm and not only they want to sink in physical orgasm but they want to make it more sensual and burning; they want to have emotional orgasm, completely immersed into each other.

2. Storge

Storge is an Ancient Greek word meaning family love. This is a kind of love relating to the love between parents and their children. People in the early stages of romantic relationships often expect unconditional preservation, but they only find the need and dependence of eros. Parental love is completely different to romantic love, base of romantic love is attraction whereas base of storge love is deep sense of belongingness. Without this love humans will have no moral health.

3. Agape

Agape is a sacrificial love that voluntarily suffers inconvenience, discomfort, and even death for the benefit of another without expecting anything in return. It is universal love, such as the love for strangers, nature, or God. it does not depend on familiarity. Agape love is not the friend, sexual, or brotherly love, but it’s sacrificial love.

4. Philautia

Philautia is self-love. In Greek, the word Philautia is divided into two forms. first one is negative Philautiaand second is positive Philautia. In its negative form, Philautiais the selfishness that wants pleasure, fame, and wealth beyond what one needs. In its positive form Philautiarefers to a proper pride or self-love.

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5. Ludus

This type of love leads a partner into a type of madness and obsessiveness. It is a game-playing or uncommitted love. This kind of love is felt by young lovers or children. some people experience love as a game to be played with other people’s emotions. People who experience love as Ludus like to have multiple love interests where they are in complete control. It is all about passion and having fun with each other doing different activities.

If you love someone, you feel romantically or sexually attracted to them. It is an intense feeling of deep affection, a great interest, and pleasure most of the time. It is really too difficult to understand the true meaning of love. Only those understand, who can dip into it? True love doesn’t mean spending every minute of every day together; it means feeling secure enough that you don’t feel jealous or needy if your partner spends time with his or her friends.

True love sets you free, it knows no bondage but only care, it is saying goodbye to expectations, it is not a blame game, true love includes letting go, it is absence of fear and is unconditional, it is the complete acceptance, complete surrender and the highest emotional vibration we can feel.

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Manjeet Rana