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Dont forget to Sign out

christian lifestyles with Judy

Ashley Patterson

on 22 April 2010

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What is Love? Ashley Patterson
Judy Pham

Block 6 Real Love

Unconditionally caring about the happiness of another person
"I care about how YOU feel."
Can only be felt when it's freely offered and received
Experiencing real love takes time and patience

Characteristics of Real Love:

Absence of getting and protecting behaviors
Absence of disappointment, anger, and fear Conditional love "I like how you make ME feel." imitation Love // Infatuation praise
safety "We can't just unconditionally love people when they're wrong." 2 reliable signs that love is NOT genuine: disappointment
anger Parents & Real Love How often do your parents hold you and tell you they love you?
How many times each day do your parents show delight when you enter a room?
How often do your parents sit with you and ask what was happening in your life -- just to listen, not to give advice?
What happened when you made mistakes and disappointed your parents?
Did you feel just as loved them as when you were "good"? "With real love nothing else matters; without it nothing is enough." "The greatest fear of all for a human being is to be unloved and alone." 3 Types of Love:

Imitation Love/Infatuation
Conditional Love
Real Love John 13:34-35, "A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." Falling in Love

In one study of 100 men and women, 10% of them had love at first sight.
We tend to fall in love when we are ready. barriers also spur romantic love
the Romeo and Juliet effect Looks Count
Males show more activity than females in regions of the brain associated with visual processing.
We prefer symmetrical features in a partner.
We also tend to be most attracted to people who share their own degree of good looks. Shape Counts

Most men prefer curvy women to thin ones.
Women are drawn to men with a developed chest, broad shoulders, narrow hips and legs, and small butts.
the voice
similar values
proximity How to Keep Lasting Love

1. Give the kind of intimacy he or she seeks.
2. Turn lemons into lemonade.
3. Make self-time.
4. Regard “The Relationship” as a person.
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