What Is Your Love Style?
According to social psychology, there are six different types of lovers. Find out how YOU love!
When you go on your first date with someone, how do you normally act?
Where would you go for a first date?
Who pays for the dinner?
You are in public with your significant other and he/she tries to kiss you. How do you react?
You find out that your significant other has been seeing someone else! What do you do?
What do you look for in a partner?
You are an erotic lover! Your idea of love is romantic, passionate. You are always open to love and ready for it to happen. Once in love, there must be a large amount of magic and chemistry between the two of you, or else it won't work. There must be mutual trust between you and your partner, and you must know everything about one another. Finding someone to love is one of the most important things in your life.
You are a ludic lover! Your idea of love is playful. It is a game to you -- love is all about the pleasure and the fun of it. To you, love is permissive and short-lived. If your partner utters the word "commitment", you are out of there in a heartbeat. You're just there to have fun; why make things serious just yet?
You are a storgic lover! Your idea of love is more of a type of friendship than the stereotypical version of love. It is a slowly-developing affection and companionship which grows out of friendship. For you, love is slow, cautious, and deep. It is communicated in the little, everyday gestures, not in the giant public displays of affection. You have to make sure you trust the other person wholeheartedly before you share your life secrets with them. You believe that love is not for show, but a private thing. For you, love and commitment are inherently one and the same.
You are a manic lover! Wow, love is a roller coaster for you. Your idea of love is possessive and dependent. For you, love is very up-and-down and intense, like a roller coaster. But you enjoy it, don't you? If there weren't sad or angry moments, there wouldn't be the amazing moments, either. They go together, and that's what makes it love.
You are a pragmatic lover! Your idea of love is logical, almost like a shopping list. You have a very specific idea of what you want in love, and if your significant other doesn't possess these qualities, you move on and seek someone better. You must find someone to fit into your life, and if it doesn't click, then it won't work. To you, love is an exchange. Both of you must give something of yourselves to the other. You feel love with your mind, rather than with your heart.
You are an agapic lover! Your idea of love is an all-giving, selfless type of love. To you, love is humble and love is kind. You are not keen on public displays of affection, and you give yourself to your significant other without expecting anything back, which is admirable. You cannot be happy unless you place your significant other's happiness above your own. You are the ideal type of lover for others to have. But sometimes, you might want to think about yourself. If you're always giving pieces of yourself without receiving anything in return, pretty soon you'll have wasted away!