What is love?
It is a feeling of attachment and affection for someone, something or to an activity. It is when we accept the other’s legitimacy being as it is, and excludes all forms of violence. Love is transmitted not only to say I love you, but also with attitudes and behaviors as protecting care, embrace, caring, listening, asking affection, give our time, etc.
Love has its benefits at body level because, understanding care and restraint, promotes tranquility. This in turn raises the balanced functioning of the parasympathetic system, activating the digestive system, immune system, sleep cycles, growth hormone, memory, creativity, intelligence, etc.
By working at school love, confusions often arise because some students include sensuality and sex as expressions of love. It is therefore appropriate-if necessary teach that sex is something other than love. Love depends on the type of bond on which it arises. So is the love of parents to children, brothers and friends, from children to parents, etc. But the only link sexed love that adults are lavished in control of his faculties that are chosen as partner (ie are free to choose) and are not blood relatives (who are not relatives).
At this point it is worth reminding that no one has the right to touch her private parts or ask them to do anything like that in the name of love. That is the reason why we use the clothes we wear, because they cover our bodies.
Teens who confuse love with sex, looking through promiscuous behavior that do not receive affection and security they suffer. It is therefore crucial to understand the forms of expression of this emotion.