One may do this to win over their partner 's heart, and may try all kinds of behaviours to achieve this. These behaviors can also be confusing, however, if the same person shows their partner love and concern one instance, and later says that the love they are receiving in return is not enough. This approach usually is filled with empty promises, the likes of which never precede concrete actions. One will not express love the way they should and the love they do express will be
For one thing, when you are jealous, you fear that you may lose a loved one’s affection or favoritism to someone else (Psychology Today). In contrast, when you are envious, you perceive yourself as getting the short end of the stick. In fact, Ben-Zeév has found that lovers of unavailable people experience both emotions. People want more in a relationship and wouldn’t want to lose what they have. So, this puts them at risk of developing morbid or extreme, jealousy.
The actions one character perform upon another can be viewed as aggressive and violent, but actually it’s the characters’ clumsiness in expressing their love that motivated readers to perceive their relationships as hostile. It’s how Keller, Kate, and Annie are all strict and rigorous towards their beloved, but their true intention infers their in-depth love in hoping good for the beloved. Although love can sometimes be expressed in harsh and severe methods, the author utilizes the relationships among the characters to allude readers the beauty of inner love, and the value of it. Love should have its internal side considered than to be only judged by its visible effects. Therefore, if love is judged by its visible effects, it often looks more like hatred, but when explored deeper, the author hopes readers to realize people’s tendency in expressing their sincere love in whatever
Avoidant attachment styles in relation to self and others have a positive view of themselves and a negative view of others. They are self-sufficient and feel others cannot meet their needs. They are usually egotistical and have an elevated view of themselves. They do not trust others and avoid intimacy.
Sobbing and crying are tactics that will play on the woman in an emotional way. Further keeping her locked in this cycle of abuse. She wants a healthy relationship and he promises her he will provide that, but then resorts to the old ways again. This pattern is common. The woman may simply love the man especially if they have been together for a long time.
Moreover, Hazan and Shaver (1987, 2004) demonstrated that the same infant attachment styles occur in adulthood in relation to one's romantic partner, and that romantic love can be conceptualized as an attachment process (a process of becoming attached). They also found that love is experienced differently according to one's adult attachment style. Securely attached adults find closeness in romantic relationships easy and comfortable and depend on partners without fear of abandonment. Anxious/ambivalent adults often found that partners are hesitant to become as close as they would like them to and have strong desires for merger and union often scaring potential partner away. Avoidant adults are uncomfortable with closeness, trusting partners difficult and are uncomfortable with intimacy.
They are difficult to comprehend and complicated, just like feelings of love and desire. Both Wavey and Quoyle are unsure of what lies at the end of the labyrinth of their emotions. Deep down in the center of their knotted emotions, they may know how they feel, but the tricky part is seeing past the layered rope. However, the knot tied around another object highlights the connections, both characters have with other people who have tied them down and prevented them from letting go of their past. Both these characters have had ill ending relationships with their partners that have resulted in a warped definition of trust in others.
There was no challenge of emotional bonding or the problem of equality. The audience challenge was somewhat present as with my other experiences with having cross-sex friends. There are people that assume that cross-sex friends are in a romantic relationship and/or heading that route. I think this can initiate the romantic feelings and the challenge of emotional bond can arise from it in that they will start to question if the emotional bond is due to any unknown romantic feelings or if it’s just from friendship. This often doesn’t bother me, but it could cause a lot issues in
Affection is the basic need of people to feel accepted and cared for by others and in romantic relationships, the need to feel loved. According to the textbook, absence of affection can reflect decreased emotional closeness and propel a relationship towards de-escalation. I had struggles in my relationship with affection because I would often show it a lot and my partner would never reciprocate; she would show me affection when we were alone but never when we were with others. This made me question many things about our relationship like, was she embarrassed by me? Or was I doing something wrong?
They must live with the guilt that they are betraying their family. Their wish to find love is also psychologically advantageous for Romeo and/or Juliet because it will bring the couple together by allowing them both to be able to relate the problems they are having. They are from opposing sides and are around the same age, so there might be several of the same things that occurred or that is occurring. Moreover, their love will bring them closer with the people who know with the possible advice they receive after hardship. 2.