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Do we show affection because we love or love because we show affection?


 

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    Faith Reaper 23 months ago

    I love C.S. Lewis and his Four Types of Love. Good answer, and you're right, a hub would be great on this topic. I am working on one of a similar nature, but not quite this topic. Great question, Shan.


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    Shannon (shanmarie) 23 months ago

    Good point, dashingscorpio. But do you think that applies with platonic relationships as well? Perhaps even strangers?


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    Shannon (shanmarie) 23 months ago

    I would think that would be a standard explanation, but perhaps it us both. A good point was raised in saying that some are naturally more affectionate than others, even to strangers.