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How has psychological theory categorised the different types of love? What taxonomies of love are most accepted or useful in psychology?

EDIT: I went through Triangular theory of love. Are there any other theories like this out there?

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What do you already know about it, what did you look up, how did it not satisfy what you were looking for? In what way are the two questions related? – Steven Jeuris Oct 2 '13 at 14:15
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Just to make this an answerable question, I've removed the separate question about how to make a relationship work. Feel free to ask that question else where or edit this one to more clearly show the connection between the "types of love" question. – Jeromy Anglim Oct 2 '13 at 23:07
    
@StevenJeuris: Question updated. Want to know more about different constituents of love. – HashimR Oct 3 '13 at 4:51

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