Much of what occurs in marriages and families is described as love or the absence of love. We sometimes say that we are “in love” or are falling in love with someone. Since the word love is also used to describe our feelings about things such as a certain kind of food (“I love chocolate ice cream.”) or objects such as a car or a movie (e.g., “I loved the movie we saw last night.”), people who study relationships have suggested that human love can take different forms or be one of several different types.
Consider the four different types of love outlined near the beginning of Chapter 6: storge, philia, eros, and agape. In an essay of 500-750 words, include the following:
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