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  1. Most people can't tell the difference between falling in love and real adult love. A person in love seems to get sick with their feelings, emotions, this crazy adrenaline in the blood and new sensations. Whatever one may say, all this passes through time and lovers begin to have a crisis in their relationship, most often this leads to a breakup. People usually quickly forget such infatuations. And only a real mature feeling of love, a sense of responsibility for a loved one, and most importantly a conscious loyalty and dislike of someone next to you – this is love, not a disease! Great happiness if love develops into mutual love, the strongest and brightest feeling!

  2. Love is not a disease, but it happens, and very often, that people suffer from it throughout their lives. So that love does not become a disease, but is a bright and strong feeling, you need prevention of the “body”, physical education and preventive “medicines” in the form of time spent together, calls to each other, gifts, affectionate words and shown tenderness and trust between partners. Then love turns from a disease into a panacea for all other ailments, including physical ones, because as we know, most diseases are controlled by our central nervous system. Mental health = physical health.

  3. I would suggest the position that love is a source of energy for any creative and creative activity. Love can be accompanied by a different set of feelings and cause some general arousal of the body, pushing for some actions, possibly distracted from specific relationships. To some extent, love can also be considered as a source for sublimation.
    But all this belongs to some abstract categories.
    I think this issue can be approached from some more mundane positions. For example, love as a consequence of receiving pleasure from a person. We get attached to the person who gives us pleasure. Consciousness allows us to predict certain phenomena, and perhaps love will appear even without direct pleasure, but because of the anticipation of being there. The object of love also creates a certain sense of security and stability, and thus evokes a certain attachment that passes off as love. Or you can give an explanation from a biologizing point of view and say that perhaps an association is born between a person and the production of a number of hormones that give us a sense of pleasure. And this association is what we call love.

  4. people understand love differently.. Yes, and love can be of different “varieties”)..For example, in Greek there are several definitions that we have, in Russian, translated as love and are understood as love ..

    Eros is a passionate, exclusive love-infatuation that strives for complete physical possession.

    Filia (Greek: φιλία) is the ancient Greek word “filia”, often translated as” love”. It stands for “friendliness”, “location” , “attraction”,” attraction”,” love”. The noun “filia” has its own verb-other-Greek. φιλέω — “I am friends-I love” .

    Mania-irrational love-obsession, which is characterized by uncertainty and dependence on the object of attraction;

    Storge (from Greek στοργή) is one of the four ancient Greek words (along with eros, filia, agape) , translated into Russian as love. Love “storge – – in Russian, as a rule, is translated as “tenderness”

    The ancient Greeks so called family, kindred love, affection, love that parents feel in relation to their children.

    Ludus-hedonistic love-a game that does not differ in the depth of feeling and relatively easily admits the possibility of infidelity.

    Agape – selfless love-self-giving, love that is not involved in any personal, self-serving, or carnal interests.. God's love.

    Yes, that's also love )

  5. a strong, bright feeling that will often lead to pain)

    generally speaking, everything depends on the sincerity of feelings. you need to decide if this is not ordinary lust

  6. I was just thinking, and at the moment, I think I'll stick to this opinion: there is a feeling when you want to literally disappear into something. Get into every cell. And not only in relation to a person-even to a building or a thing, what the hell is not joking. And if you could, you would have taken it and hugged it so hard, but that hug wouldn't have allowed you to convey the feeling you're having.

    Now I want to think it's Love

    And if you ask around, you'll realize that everyone puts a different meaning to the concept of “love”. And so for someone it can really be considered a disease – it all depends on the characteristics of perception, on the character, temperament and others like them. Here are just a few detailed answers, from which it is clear what exactly I mean 🙂

  7. “Love” can be different: both light and dark. “Love” is a common name for dozens of very diverse feelings and experiences. Even erotic love (attraction to the opposite sex) is far from monolithic.

    Can “love” bring pain, i.e. be a disease? Can.

    If you mean the following:

    Class V (F) is a section of ICD-10* that describes mental disorders.

    F60-F69-Personality and behavior disorders in adulthood

    F63 Disorders of habits and drives

    F63.9 Disorder of habits and drives, unspecified

    then there are many mental disorders, in addition to some types of “love”, and most people consider them diseases or at least serious deviations.

    * The International Conference on the Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases was held by the World Health Organization in Geneva from 25 September to 2 October 1989.

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