Love (physical attractiveness, sensual pleasure) is a transitional emotion. In the modern world, love is often understood as sensual emotion and satisfaction. Basically, emotion is a bodily reaction that we feel after exposure to a stimulus. Emotion of love has a wave-like nature: it comes and goes.
Aggression and sex are foundational drives inherent in all living things.
Love is a higher level positive emotion that singles out an object from others and puts it at the center of the life interests of the subject. There are different kinds of love depending on the object: love for the motherland, for the mother, for the children, for the music, for the woman).
Love in its intimate psychological aspect is a socially constructed feeling that reflects social relations and culture and manifests in the institution of marriage.
Love is a socially constructed concept that includes feeling of love, sexual relations with romantic traditions and norms of society. The social framework offers methods of interpretation of the emotional behavior and love interest.
Many psychologists study the complex structure of love as a system with its components. They establish a correlation between the ability to love and the subject's self-esteem. Many factors contribute to love as a foundation for family. The need to be loved is extremely important in psychotherapy and psychological counseling.
Love tests will help you to understand your attitude to love.