ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN ADULTHOOD

Firdous Ansari

Abstract


During the time of adulthood, majority of young men and women get involved into romantic relationships. Regarding their relationships, they feel very positive with high levels of satisfaction, commitment, and love. In this study we have considered various studies concerning with romantic relationships in adulthood. In the last section of the study discussion is made for further future perspectives.


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Romanic Relationships, Adulthood

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