Six Colors of Love
Did you know that it only takes up to four minutes to decide whether you like someone or not? Researcher John A. Lee concluded that humans have six separate ways to love another human been. As he came up with this theory he labeled these love forms with Greek nouns. The love styles or also known as the six colors of love are eros, ludus, storge, pagma, mania, and agape. Many researcher expanded John A. Lee's theory, for example, they found men tend to be ludic, and women tend to be storgic and pragmatic. Also, teens often tend to have a mania love style due to they discover love for the first time.
"So this is love, so this is what makes life divine." recited from Cinderella. This quote is equivalent to one of John A. Lee's theory, eros, is like a fairy tale love story or a fantasy love. An erotic lover focuses on the beauty and the physical attraction, for example, love at first sight. Studies show people who identify as an eros lover have a solid optimistic viewpoint about the future of their love relationship. Similarly to Cinderella the movie, the prince fell in love with Cinderella for the first time he saw her in the dance floor. Also, when Cinderella ran off due to her wish was vanishing the prince was still dedicated to find her because he wanted to make her his wife.
Contradiction to eros, ludus is the lover that likes to play love games; in other words, the player in romance. ludus lovers are addicted to finding new partners every other day. For them, love is not to be taken seriously and emotions are not allowed to talk about. Unfortunately, studies shows that men tend to be ludus lovers which of course not all men are the same but are more common to appear in society. Likewise, the movie Good Luck Chuck the main character Charlie had sexual intercourse with plenty of girls until he found the right her that suited his needs him. Never the less, Charlie...