With spring approaching, the choice of a couple comes to the fore, but there are also some issues that arise between people in a relationship that can lead to crucial situations, separations or joint developments. Did you know, for example, that an experts divides the traits that make up the perfect relationship pattern into three parts? But what if only one or two of these apply to you and your partner? Check out our latest article and put your relationship in the groups below! You may come away with new insights.
experts theory separately mentions the branches of intima**, passion and commitment, which may be incomplete, partial or even one in the same in some relationships. According to the expert, the ideal situation is when intima**, commitment and passion are both present, because then the formula is complete. By varying all of these, the seven relationship patterns are born, and you can read about their characteristics. And feel free to comment with your results!
Companionate emotions In a companionate relationship
both commitment and intim** are present. The only thing missing is the fire that can liven up a dull weekday. Companionate love is usually a feature of the everyday life of couples after many years, and it is also the most common reason for marriages to be considered as the basic relationship engine.
In loves that display a sense of emptiness, neither intim*** nor passion is present. Instead, it’s all about shared memories, years spent together. Resignation to a comfortable relationship, typically neither partner steps in or brings up the gaps that may or may not exist.
All-consuming love is coupled with a strong physical connection
passion is at its peak and there is hardly a day that you don’t want to be with your partner, whatever the circumstances. Mostly it’s the physical stuff, connection is the strongest, all this can take a 180 degree turn over time due to hormones.
The major difference between blind love and all-consuming love is that in this case, there is commitment. So it may seem more stable, but in fact it cannot be a lasting and happy love because of the lack of intima**.
Fulfilled love Fulfilled love is like an isosceles triangle.
Both passion, intim*** and commitment are present in similar proportions in both people. Willingness and action are both in place, and these are the building blocks of a truly lasting and happy relationship.
Feelings of love
In the case of love, intima** is the only thing present. There is neither commitment nor passion, but for some reason this form of affection still binds two people who enter into a relationship lacking two important elements.