Love and Friendship

Life is about who you meet?
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Questions to the audience Definition Differences How to get? Behaviour Changes over time How to keep? Variation between genders Summary
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Questions to the audience
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What is love for you?

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Questions to the audience
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What is friendship for you?

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Definition of Love
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number of emotions + experiences related to a sense of strong affection variety of feelings generic pleasure -> interpersonal attraction
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Definition of Love
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Definition of Love
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Definition of Love
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Definition of Friendship
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relationship between friends usually not family member same interests, opinions understanding sympathy and empathy honesty closer than association 3 steps
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both profit same aim spend time without both
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Robert Sternberg’s triangular theory of love
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Differences between Love and Friendship
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Friendship
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care for a person always ready to help share most of the thoughts can always count upon the friend in an emergency understand when one acting in a certain way no need for explaining anything. take this all for granted + transcend all this attached with a particular person, while in friendship, one may have many friends physical element, friendship doesn’t can’t stop thinking of beloved one
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Love
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How to get it?
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birth -> family kindergarden -> other children school -> first love study / work hobbies/ places of interpersonal contacts own family -> birth of child
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How to get it?
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Expectations and behaviour
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Love
share confidence  permanent relationship  passion

Friendship
loyal  honest  trustworthy  supportive

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How it changes over time
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Love
 when

spring fever is gone -> decide stay together or break apart

Friendship
 grow

bigger and bigger

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How it changes over time
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How to keep it?
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How to keep it?
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Say, "Honey, you make me laugh," Communicate. Find a common hobby or interest. Follow up your words with actions. Surprise her!

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Difference between genders
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Love
same except one cannot get pregnant  social tolerance for lesbian but not gay

Friendship
men talk less than women  men try to solve problems  women try to show sympathy and try to cheer one up

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Summary
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Love
= strong feeling for somebody or something (in meaning of stronger than like)  Including friendship

Friendship
= Relationship between persons that like each other  Share thoughts, opinions, understanding

possible description through Robert Sternberg’s triangular theory of love
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Quotes
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„Where there is love there is life.“ (Mahatma Gandhi) “Beer is living proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.”
(Benjamin Franklin)

„"Your friend is the man who knows all about you, and still likes you." (Elbert Hubbard) "The only way to have a friend is to be one.„
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

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Quotes
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„I don‘t think people are ment to be by themselves. That‘s why you actually find somebody you care about. It‘s important to let go of the little things. Even if you can‘t let go all away. Because nothing sucks more than to feel all alone – no matter how many people are around.“ (Zach Braff)
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Any questions?
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Thank you for your attention!

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