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...oking from culture from culture. Love has been shown by many to be hard to define but, in Sternberg 's theory described the broad term of love by defining relationships. In relationship with other we find three components give or take and, with those components we define a relationship on. When comes to friendship the goal is companionate love, to have someone be there for you through it all. In romantic relationship the goal is to have consummate love with person you choose to be with and hope for to stay with longer term.
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