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Triangular Theory of Love
Intimacy: warmth, support, etc.
Passion: arousal and desire
Commitment: devoting oneself to a relationship
Types of Love shown by Triangle
NONLOVE
LIking
Infatuation
Empty Love
Romantic Love
Companionate Love
Fatuous Love
Consumate Love
Nonlove
no components are present
Liking
* intimacy is high
* passion is low
*commitment is low
*warm friendship, does not arouse
Infatuation
strong passion
low intimacy commitment
Empty Love
high in commitment
low in intimacy and passion

burnt out relationship, stay together
romantic love
high in intimacy and passion, low on commitment

spring break love affair
companionate love
high in intimacy and commitment
low in passion

long-term happy marriage
fatuous love
high in passion and commitment, very low in intimacy

whirlwind romance, leads to marriage
consumate love
equal in intimace, passion and commitment

what everyone seeks

always changing, never quite perfect.
misattribution
we can attribute our arousal to the wrong source

I.e. taking crush on roller coaster, fear leads to attraction for partner
excitation transfer
a lot of arousal by one stimulus, a little by a second

we see #2 as the main source, which it is not
response facilitation
your first response to a situation becomes your signature response
Love vs. Like
we like our friends
we love our partners
thinking about them frequently leads to feelings of love
when you think about somoen else too much, it weakens the love.
styles of loving
eros
ludus
storge
mania
agape
pragma
eros
erotic love love at first sight, physical in nature
ludus
uncommited and fickle, many partners at once
storge
seek genuine friendships that lead to commitment
agape
giving, altruistic, treats love as a duty
pragma
pracitcal and progmatic, logic governs
Bartholomew's Four
Secure: more trusting, same as attachment style

Preoccupied: needy and jealous, uneasy and vigilant toward threats

Dismissing: self-reliant and uninterested in closeness

Fearful: fear of rejection and mistrustful of others, maybe shy
Why doesn't romantic love last?
fantasy fades
novelty disapprears
arounsal fads
Love when you're older
many couples don't see the delcine

the love we marry for is not the love that keeps us together