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The 6 Types Of Love: Which Is Yours?

The 6 Types Of Love: Which Is Yours?

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Spaniards want a passionate, lustful love. 

What do you prefer?Is lust more important than emotional stability? Well, according to a this study, Spaniards say, “YES!” ..

Researchers used the love  attitude scale, a quiz that ask people to describe how much they agree with various descriptions of love. We found several versions of the quiz online. They include statements like, “If you are going to love a person, you will ‘know’ after a short time” and “I could get over an affair with my partner pretty easily and quickly.”

Your values depend on your personality, and, to a large extent, on the culture you were raised in.The quiz by the researchers shows how much you accept six types of love: Eros, Pragma, Banquet, Mania, Ludus and Storge. Yes, they sound like exotic birds or rivers in Greece, but they actually refer to various ways people think about the big L-O-V-E.

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1. Mania
Mania is an obsessive love that, while intimate and intense, often includes jealousy, possessiveness and a lack of communication. Maniacal love can lead to domestic violence.

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2.Pragma
Pragma is a practical love. People who conceive of love this way are pragmatic (you didn’t see that one coming, didja?) when looking for a partner. They choose their mate based on rational decisions about whom they fit best with.

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3. Eros
Eros is passionate, physical, lustful love—the kind that gives you butterflies in your stomach and a tingling in certain other places.

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4. Banquet
Banquet is love that expresses itself through altruism, or making sacrifices for another person.

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5.Storage
Storge is friendship-based love. A Storge lover wants a companion who shares her likes and dislikes and who can form a long relationship based on closeness, trust, security and affection.

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6.Ludus
Ludus is love that’s a game. A Ludic lover wants to have fun, but doesn’t necessarily want a serious relationship.
Eighty percent of Spaniards agreed with the Eros characterization of love. Banquet came in second—70 percent agreed that it was acceptable. Pragma and Storge were right behind, accepted by just over half of respondents.

Which kind of love do you value most?

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