Cultural Intertextuality

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This essay is set to discuss tow look of sexuality for example contraceptive method that needs to be considered by Nadia and Steve. It also looks at the physical and the physiological factors. In accession to this, the essay looks at one theoretical perspective that is Sternberg’s Triangular Hypothesis of Lovemaking that I learned in this course. Never the less the article talks about the risk factors that are connected to health which I would infer might be nowadays in the scenario between Nadia and Steve, explains how the couple can reduce those risk of exposure . Lastly, the essay explains how I would video display cultural competence during my Roger Sessions that the cultural way out that I need to consider. There are some …show more content…
Some of the concepts under familiarity may include sharing. The richness of personal human relationship emanates from sharing. While sensuality mostly involves physical closeness, intimacy gives its stress on the emotional closeness . Another aspect of sexual intimacy would be lovingness . This way that one feels the striving and pleasure of the other person. It means expressing openness to the emotion that may be uncomfortable and or nor convenient. The possibility of an intimate relationship is made by caring. Another aspect would be loving or liking the other person. Steve and Nadia should discuss whether they have any emotional association and attachments to each other which serve as a expression of Affaire . (Dailey, …show more content…
He came up with a plan that baffled many individuals and wrenched many hearts. This was the Sternberg’s Theory of Love commonly known as the Triangular theory of love that is explained in a triangle. In that case, he addressed that in the interpersonal relationships’ context three components of love are formed which are the passion component, the intimacy component, and the commitment part. The first component which is the Intimacy component gives a discussion of privacy. According to this theory, privacy refers to the feeling of closeness, attachment, and connectedness. The second component which is passion relates to the intense and fiery depth feelings that someone gets when they like another person. It comprises of the drive that is attached to sexual attraction and Limerence or romantic attraction. Commitment involves the other two components tied together. It is a decision that one makes to remain with another person (Short term) and the plans being made (Long-term). (Ordas,

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