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8 William G. Emener and William A. Lambos DON'T CONFUSE LOVE WITH... ” They came to see Dr. Emener, however, because in a variety of ways some of their feelings about their relationship were not as comfortable as they had wished them to be. Bill suggested to them that it might be helpful if they could discuss their individual answers to six questions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Do you like each other? Do you love each other? Are you in love with each other? Do you enjoy living with each other? Are you good for each other?

Audrey immediately began to cry. Doug looked at Dr. ” When Dr. ” their responses were readily understandable. Doug pointed to the Figure and said, “I think my sense of personal intimacy and personal passion was missing so much from my relationship with Audrey that I unfortunately lost control of myself and had an affair. I am not saying that it was Audrey’s fault – I hold myself totally responsible for what I did. And I definitely feel terrible about it. ” While wiping her eyes, Audrey pointed to the Figure and said, “Now part of the problem we have is that I do not feel any sense of personal commitment from Doug whatsoever.

Chapter One LOVE “I have strong affection for her…” “We are attached to each other…” “I feel a strong devotion to him…” “We have a genuine liking for each other…” “My interest in her and her life…” “We have a passion for each other…” “Our admiration for each other…” “Both of us care about each other…” “We feel emotionally bonded to each other…” T hese are common beginnings of expressions made by people who love and are in love with their partners. Collectively, they provide the basic elements and considerations of just about any definition of the concept of love.

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