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Ways to Practice Love

Ways to Practice Love

Every relationship is different and special. Each person brings their own history, needs, and wants.

Some things to show love to the people you care for:

  • Be open to vulnerability
  • Be open to forgiveness
  • Do your best
  • Apologize for your mistakes
  • Let them know that you care
  • Actively listen to what they’re saying
  • Prioritize spending time with them
  • Reciprocate gestures of love and acts of kindness
  • Recognize and acknowledge their good qualities
  • Share things about yourself
  • Show unconditional love and affection

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Cultivating Love | Communicate

Cultivating Love | Communicate

Everyone has different needs. To ensure that your’s and your partner’s needs are met, is to talk about them.

Helping another person feel loved involves communicating through words and deeds. 

Some ways to do this include: showing that you care, making them feel special, telling them t...

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Impact of Love

Impact of Love

Love, attachment, and affection have an important impact on well-being and quality of life.

Loving relationships have been linked to:

  • Decreased risk of heart disease
  • Less risk of dying after a heart attack
  • Better health habits
  • In...

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Cultivating Love | Positive Approach

Cultivating Love | Positive Approach

Approach conflict in a healthy way. Rather than avoid it, focus on working out issues in a healthy way in order to move a relationship forward.

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Types of Love

Types of Love

Psychologists have identified different types of love that people may experience.

They include:

  • Friendship: Liking someone and sharing a certain level of intimacy.
  • Infatuation: Intense feelings of attraction without a sense of commitment;...

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Love. Biological or Cultural?

Love. Biological or Cultural?

Many would say that love is one of the most important human emotions. Although it’s one of the most studied behaviors, it’s the least understood. There’s much debate whether love is a biological or cultural phenomenon.

It’s most likely driven and motivated by both biological and cultura...

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Signs of Love

Signs of Love

According to researchers, romantic love is made up of three elements:

  • Attachment: Needing to be with another person and desiring physical contact and approval
  • Caring: Valuing the other person's happiness and needs as much as your own

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Love is Both Biological & Cultural

Love is Both Biological & Cultural

  • Some suggest that love is a basic human emotion, like happiness or anger.
  • Others believe it’s a cultural phenomenon that partly arises from social pressures and expectations.
  • Research has found that romantic love exists in all cultures, which suggests that love has a strong b...

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Cultivating Love | LKM Technique

Cultivating Love | LKM Technique

Try Loving-Kindness Meditation.

LKM promotes self-acceptance and positive emotions, reduces stress and improves relationships.

It involves meditating while thinking about a person you love or care about, concentrating on warm feelings and your de...

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People want to be understood and accepted, so you want to be empathetic to them and their experiences as best as you can. Finding commonalities is key to developing emotional connections:

  • Don’t over-share or ask questions that are too personal.
  • Ask them how they f...

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  • In studies, the light triad was associated with being older, female, less childhood unpredictability, higher levels of religiosity, life satisfaction, fulfillment with their relationships, acceptance of others, belief in the good of others and self, empathy, enthusiasm, having a quiet ego.

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  1. Understand the things that stand between your present self and your future self. That includes those natural biases, but it also includes situations and events you just can’t predict.
  2. Use mindfulness to get in touch with your emotions, to recognize and understand them, ...

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