It should be every parent’s goal to love their children and the children should return the favor. This will probably make this world a better place to live in. sometimes parents still love their children but still abuse them. This is because they either do not know how to love or they were being abused when they were a child. People who do not know how to love just abuse their
This type of love is similar to Agape, but is not nearly as deep. This is the natural affection we show for every day things so it cannot be controlled. The second type of love is Philia. Philia love is the love between friends. The bond between two or more people is strong and usually exists through common interests.
A person who experiences this type of love is willing to give up just about anything to make the one they’re interested in happy. The person experiencing this type of love is known to value his or her love interest more than him or herself. This type of love also has an extreme vulnerability to potential abuse. The recipient of this type of love has the ability to take advantage of the person who’s so willing to please them and potentially take them for granted. This type of love tends to occur in those with low self-esteem and those who gain confidence in pleasing their love interest.
Neff also addresses the fact that there are people who are against people moving in together before marriage. She states that it’s a personal decision people make because living together can have lasting positive effects that can later solidify a marriage. The author also states while living together may be valuable for some relationships, it can also be the source of an unhappy ending for others. Even though people love each other and spend a lot of time together, the question still remains, “Can you live together?” I agree with the author’s views on living together before marriage because I am currently sharing a space with my boyfriend. Living together before marriage helps a couple establish roles and responsibilities in the household.
This also suggest a longing for a return to the time in her life Nikki thinks was her and her lover’s best love. Even if this means the love comes in the form of sexual intercourse. This kind of love, while extremely passionate at times, could also lack a certain intimacy found in true love. In other words sex is a part of love, not the other way
Janie’s Undying Quest for Love All human hearts, at their core, desire love. What this love comes to mean can differ from person to person. How one is brought up can greatly influence their view on what true love is and, for some, leave them without happiness. In Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, Janie finds true love only when she lets go of what society is telling her to do. Although her Grandmother taught her that love is settling with a wealthy man, Janie does not give up on her vision of love.
Power of Love and Relationships Many aspects of one’s life can be seen through the connections between our loved ones and friends. Factors can contribute to how and why we may seek certain individuals, but not others. This paper will discuss in detail the factors of attraction, the reasoning behind the sense of belonging, and love into three types: companionate, passionate, and compassionate. Furthermore, depict Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love between romantic love, from empty love or infatuation. We may encounter numerous types of individuals throughout the day.
The relationship between Grendel and his mother is one that portrays the importance of maternal interaction and its effect on one’s emotional well-being. For Grendel, although his mother attempted to interact with him, it was not enough to convince him he was not alone in the world. Grendel continued to feel isolated from everyone even though his mother truly loved him. His prolonged feelings of loneliness prove that in order to avoid seclusion and worthlessness, one must establish stable and effective relationships with those around him or
Central to the therapist's role in client-centred therapy is respecting the clients values as well as maintaining a therapeutic nonjudgmental attitude. This relationship can be even be more important, especially if the client doesn't have any family or friends. Because most clients seems to have lost a sense of value within themselves, having someone perceive them as a valuable person, capable of personal growth, should have an encouraging affect. The goals of the client-centered therapist are congruence, unconditional
For example two people who are serious and hardworking are more likely to be attracted to each other rather than someone whose main interests are having fun and avoiding responsibility. Although this is not always the case as we all know couples are complete opposite, although research done by Herbener found that married couples who were similar were happier. Attitudes however differ in their attitudes to important issues, although research suggests that attitude alignment often occurs, where the partner changes their attitudes so they become more similar to their