Power of Love and Relationships
Please address each of the items below:1. Describe the factors of attraction. What attracts us to one another? Why are we less likely to befriend someone from another culture than someone from a similar background with a similar physical aesthetic? Be sure to identify and describe all six factors in attraction.
2. Discuss the human need to build bonds and relationships. Do we have an innate need to belong? If so, why? How is this need attached to our emotions, our social bonds, and our fear of deprivation?
3. Explain the three types of love: companionate, passionate, and compassionate. What are the differences and similarities among them? What is an example of each type? How does Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love distinguish romantic love, from empty love or infatuation? Please thoroughly address each of the components in Figure 12.1.
Include an introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion. Your completed assignment must be three to four pages in length (excluding title and reference pages). It must include a minimum of two to three references, formatted according to APA guidelines, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
The power of love and relationship is very strong. Love shapes us and the way we relate to others while relationships define us. Being in a relationship enables one to experience attraction and love that may be long lasting or not. Relationship, as a result, depends on factors inside the relationship that may include costs and rewards. Factors inside an individual include the comparison level. Love compels us to perform altruism acts. Altruism acts are acts that individuals do for those they love and do not usually expect…