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LOVE

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Transcript of LOVE

LOVE FORBIDDEN LOVE HOW HAS LOVE CHANGED? LOVE LEADS TO DEATH By:
Briana McCartt
Jamie Heberling
Madison Burch Throughout Literature Romeo & Juliet 1801 Wuthering Heights 1920s 2011 1500s 50 Shades of Grey PRESENT DAY The Great Gatsby Forbidden love can be between two people who have a big age difference, different social classes, or others around them don't approve. The Formula: Guy meets girl (or vise versa). Guy can't have girl because outside force forbids it. They get together anyway—drama unfolds in the form of guilt/deception/discovery/punishment. In the end, they either die for their love or they figure out how to be together and they are finally able to love each other freely. Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Obsessive Love Attraction An instant attraction to romantic interest, usually occurring within the first few minutes of meeting. An immediate urge to rush into a relationship regardless of compatibility. Anxious An overwhelming fear of abandonment. Feeling the other partner doesn't and shouldn't need to contact, meet, bond and/or speak with others. Obsessive Cannot stop thinking about a love interest and requires his or her constant attention. Neurotic, compulsive behaviors, including rapid telephone calls to love interest's place of residence or workplace. Destructive Suicidal thoughts may manifest. A sudden loss of self-esteem, due to the collapse of the relationship. Literature Macbeth:
Obsessed with power Gatsby:
Obsessed with Daisy Real Life Obsession with love
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