Most Helpful Guy
There are three basic kinds of love. There is instinctive attachment, the most common example is the love of a parent for a child. Another example is the bond forged between people in stressful situations such as soldiers. Then there is the love of a close bond forged through long familiarity where personalities actually meld, long married couples and close siblings are good examples. Finally there is sexual infatuation. This generally happens when an ordinary attraction is amplified by a feedback loop in the brain between attraction and inhibition building until inhibition is overwhelmed. In extreme cases this also partakes of the instinctive attachment since it becomes something like a traumatic event.
None of these has anything much to do with loyalty, as in sexual continence, that is a notion attached to love by cultural conventions, not a natural outgrowth.0
Most Helpful Girl
The majority of people are fickle and they lack willpower. Whenever the opportunity knocks their door, they open it. They find it hard to control themselves. It's hard to find a person who holds on to their values.0