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  1.  Hani Henry, who is chair and associate professor of Psychology in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology and Egyptology of the AUC, believes that Robert Sternberg's psychological theory explains why people fall in love, and they are in fact the most common reasons, which are intimacy, passion, and commitment.
  2.  Intimacy
  3.  Intimacy can be described as a simple friendship that lacks passion and commitment. Henry said that intimacy is not only about building a close relationship with someone; it can also be used for self-enhancement. "Sometimes it's self-serving. Everyone likes to feel cared for and loved. Women need to feel their femininity while men desire their masculinity.
  4.  Intimacy is captured perfectly in Adele's Hello song. Adele contacts her ex boyfriend and reveals her feelings of heartbreak about the relationship in the song's chorus. She explained that many years have passed, and she hasn’t done much healing. He said that her lyrics were magical and could be used by anyone who wants to feel a connection with someone or have a long-term relationship.
  5.  Passion
  6.  The normal thing to do is fall in love due to strong feelings or desire. Passionate love is developed as a result of feelings that lead to sexual attraction, physical interest and romance. Henry said, "When you find someone you like, it is because you are attracted by something that makes you feel that way." "The attraction is physical, and there is a fascination with the hair, eyes and body."
  7.  In https://pastelink.net/31es7 of intimacy and commitment, infatuation is developed with the person you love. "People are drawn and quickly develop lust. Some people are obsessed and see that person as a type of object. You can be with someone for years and don't feel there is commonality between you and that person," he said.
  8.  Commitment
  9.  Total love comes from commitment. "People who seek commitment want stability and a healthy relationship," he said. People who only want commitment may not be attracted to others and lose basic friendship interests.
  10.  Henry stated that today's young adults are more concerned about objects than they are about relationships. "The objectification comes from consumerism," he explained. "The more consumeristic a culture becomes, then the more people lose interest in commitments. Some youth are more concerned with impressing people they don’t care about. Therefore, it is important to eat everything and have good relationships with others.
  11.  Love Outside of the Triangular Theory
  12.  Although it's common that anyone can relate to Sternberg's love theory, we all have our personal reasons for falling in love. Science doesn't have to explain why you fall in love. Henry explained that certain personal needs may include fear of being alone, social pressure, satisfaction, or religious beliefs.
  13.  Despite what psychology has to say about love, the type of love we choose defines who we are. Each of us has our own ways of understanding what makes our lives happy and meets our human needs. "Some people feel compelled to satisfy every dimension of the triangle. They can't let go of one because they have so many needs. Love is very complex."