What is love?

Love is a complex set of emotions, behaviors, and beliefs associated with strong feelings of affection,/n protectiveness, warmth, and respect for another person. Love can also be used to apply to non-human animals, to principles, and to religious beliefs. For example, a person might say he or she loves his or her dog, loves freedom, or loves God.

Love has been a favored topic of philosophers, poets, writers, and scientists for generations, and different people and groups have often fought about its definition. While most people agree that love implies strong feelings of affection, there are many disagreements about its precise meaning, and one person’s “I love you” might mean something quite different than another’s

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Although almost no one can agree on a single definition of love, most people do agree that love plays a significant role in both physical and psychological well-being. Numerous studies have demonstrated the benefits of love. Love’s role in mental health is far-reaching, but some examples include: The fact that babies who are not shown love and affection in the form of frequent holding and cuddling may be developmentally delayed or ill. Feeling unloved is strongly correlated with feelings of low self-esteem and depression. People who both feel loved by others and who report loving other people tend to be happier. Love can play a role in long-term health, and feeling emotionally connected may help increase immunity.

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