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•Discuss an understanding of teenage

relationships, including the acceptable and

unacceptable expressions of attractions.
•Express his or her ways of showing attraction,
love and commitment.
•Identify ways to become responsible in a
•Appraise one’s relationships and make plans
for building responsible future relationships.
•A relationship
which is closely
What is associated with
Personal a person and
which can only
Relationship? have meaning
to this person.
Three Attachment Styles
-Ainsworth, Blekar, Waters, and Wall 1978)

•Secure Attachment
•Avoidant Attachment
Happens when the primary
caregiver (usually the mother)
provides fulltime presence and
attention to an infant,
therefore providing for all the
emotional and physical needs
of the infant.
Is when the primary
caregiver is cold and
detached and unresponsive
to a child’s needs, making
the child experience
detachment from the
Happens when the
primary caregiver is not
consistent in terms of
presence and in meeting
a child’s emotional needs.
Three Stages of Falling in Love
- Helen Fisher

•Attraction •Attachment
Rozenberg Quarterly
Several Theories and Research
Related to Attraction
•Transference Effect
•Propinquity Effect
•Physical Attractiveness
•Personality Characteristics and Traits
Transference Effect
• A strong feeling of
affection, and concern
toward another person, as
WHAT IS that arising from kinship
or close friendship.
LOVE? • A feeling of devotion or
adoration toward God.
•Sexual desire or pleasures
of love.
-American Heritage Dictionary
Robert Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love
Three Components

• It refers to feelings of closeness, connectedness, and
bondedness in loving relationships. It thus includes
within its purview those feelings that give rise, essentially,
to the experience of warmth in a loving relationship.
• Sense of being close towards another person that shares
common emotional ties to one another. It is more on
psychological feeling.
• Being intimate with someone is about being open and
vulnerable to that person whom we deeply trust.
• It refers to the drives that lead to romance, physical
attraction, sexual consummation, and related phenomena
in loving relationships.
• The passion component includes within its purview those
sources of motivational and other forms of arousal that
lead to the experience of passion in a loving relationship.
• The physical aspect of love. It is not simply a sexual act
but also includes hugs, kisses, appreciating the looks of
the person etc.
• It includes the choice one makes about relationship
(whether to stay and be with the person).
Robert Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love