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What is Love? Formula for all Relationships- Unified theory of love

About the Book: For the first time in the history of mankind, I propose a definition of love that you can instantly verify and agree. The theory which I call the TAB theory of love applies equally to all kinds of love – Parents-Children, Friends, Partners, Pets or objects. It also gives a way to measure your love for all in your life.


1.       Story of Sita And Una
2.       Love and Other Emotions
3.       Existing Theories of Love & Their Flaws
4.       Features of My TAB Theory of Love
5.       Existing Knowledge on Love:
a. Common Questions About Love
b. How Psychologists Describe & Explain Love – Theories of Love
                          i.    Liking Vs. Loving
                         ii.    Compassionate Vs. Passionate Love
                        iii.    The Colour-Wheel Model of Love
                        iv.    Triangular Theory of Love
c. A General Theory of Love
d. What Is Love?
                          i.    Famous Love Quotes
                         ii.    Famous Lyrics About Love
                        iii.    What Love Means to Common People
                        iv.    The Science of Love: General Perceptions
                         v.    Effects of Love
1.   Physical
2.   Emotional
3.   High Expectations
4.   Rationalizing
5.   Fantasy
                        vi.    What Do You Feel in Love?
                       vii.    Kinds of Love
1.   Eros or Erotic Love
2.   Philia or Affectionate Love
3.   Storge or Familiar Love
4.   Ludus or Playful Love
5.   Mania or Obsessive Love
6.   Pragma or Enduring Love
7.   Philautia or Self-Love
8.   Agape or Selfless Love
                      viii.    Expressions of Love
1.   Expressed Love
2.   Giving Gifts
                        ix.    Why Do You Need Love?
                         x.    Love in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
                        xi.    Is Love Mutual?
                       xii.    Why/When Do You Fall in Love?
                      xiii.    Strange Love – Loving Someone Who Does Not Love Back
                     xiv.    Stockholm Syndrome – Loving the Tormentor
                      xv.    Love Vs Infatuation
                     xvi.    Love Vs Respect
                    xvii.    Love Vs Dependence
                   xviii.    Feeling Trapped in Love
                     xix.    Taking Advantage of Love
                      xx.    Hate: Opposite of Love?
                     xxi.    Why Do You Hate Someone or Something?
                    xxii.    Can You Make Someone Love You? How?
6.       Love Is a Powerful Emotion.
7.       Existing Definition of Love
8.       What If We Knew ‘What Is Love?’
9.       TAB Theory of Love
a. Features of Tab Theory
b. Conditions of Love Under Tab Theory
c. What Determines Intensity of Love – PPP
d. Definition of Love
e. TAB Score Computation
f.    TAB Score Scale
g. Interpretation of Tab Scores
h. Features of TAB Score Constituents
i.    TAB Score Computation – Assignment
10.    Love for Ice-Cream Vs. Love for Country
11.    Test of Theory
                          i.    Love Questions in Sita’s Life
                         ii.    Why Are Some Leaders Loved?
                        iii.    Mahatma Gandhi
                        iv.    Nelson Mandela
                         v.    Martin Luther King Jr.
                        vi.    Narendra Modi
                       vii.    Demonetisation And Love
12.    How Can a Leader Escape Blame?
13.    Love and Business
a.     Business Leaders – When Are They Loved?
b.     How to Make Customers Love You?
c.     How to Get a Job
d.     How to Negotiate Better
14.    Stockholm Syndrome Through TAB Theory
15.    How Can You Attract Love?
16.    How Can You Not Blame When You Want To?
17.    Nobody Loves Me. I Can’t Hold On To Love
18.    Is Love at First Sight (LAFS) Possible?
19.    How to Maintain a Loving Relationship?
20.    What Is the Best Way to Live?
21.    Love Questions in Sita’s Life – Answers
22.    Conclusion / Take-Away
23.    Glossary
24.    References