Why is love important?

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Love is important because it represents the positive aspects in life such as kindness, compassion and unconditional acceptance. Love is a broad emotion felt between parents and children, husbands and wives, friends, siblings and more. Giving and receiving love allows people to feel safe, nurtured and secure.

Love is a positive emotion that creates physical reactions. People actually give off a healthy glow when they are happy or in love, which is why it is common to refer to someone as "glowing" when they are in love. When people feel love, it creates a chemical reaction throughout the body. Whether the feeling of love is due to a new baby, a new romance or a simple kind gesture, the body's endorphins rise and produce a natural "glow."

Affection is one way that humans express love for one another, as it provides a connection that all humans need. According to "Psychology Today," children who die in orphanages the most often do not receive as much affection as children in very affectionate families or care services. In turn, many of the surviving infants raised in orphanages grew to avoid human touch and fear close relationships. From birth on, human affection and nurturing are extremely important in healthy development.

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