Types of Relationships

Originally answered on Quora.

Question- Can we actually categorise relationships as per psychology?
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Well, I am not a student of psychology or anything even close to that, but I do have some kind of theory about this and as per that I guess I can differentiate between different- different couples.

Type A-
In relationships of this kind the guy and girl love each other and are in a relationship of such kind that if even one of the two back out, the other one gets tormented. These kinds of couples have a lot of belief in their relationship and on their partner and either both or maybe one of them believe that his or her partner will eventually be his or her bride or groom.


Type B-
Type B is like a guy and a girl is in a relationship but are well aware that many a time interest in their partner does fade away with due time or we fed up of each other’s behaviour or not being able to give time to them. And in this case, both the people do know that one is a man and can start liking other girl and the other is a girl and can fall for any other guy. Now if such a case occurs that they do get separated, they do feel bad, but they move on eventually.


Type C-
This type refers to those kinds of people who don’t indulge in love and all such matters but do understand the need of intimacy as they know it’s pure hormonal. These are those kinds who understand that satisfying hormonal need is temporary and it’s not there in them all the time. Such kinds of people are those who don’t get into relationship stuff but do have sexual relations of some kind. It’s not necessarily to be sexual, but it is somewhat intimate. Now these kinds of people are really like professionals and all. Many a time they do turn into type B, but if the person with whom they are getting intimate with is not of that sort who can develop feeling too, then they eventually have to move on.justsex

Type D-
These are those who don’t even care for intimacy. Most Indian girls fall into this category. They are those who do feel the need of intimacy and do get aroused and all, but they resist this feeling and don’t do anything about it. They wait for the right one to come. The one and only. And mostly that one and only is the one they will eventually marry.


Type E-
The Asexuals. One who are completely out of intimate needs. They don’t feel a thing or need to have intimacy in their life at all. I believe many scientists, the one who never marry and all, fall into this one. They never feel the need of love. They are rare but they do exist.



That’s all that I’ve come across. I observe things and people around me. Everything that I just told isn’t written anywhere and I am not a student of psychology. It’s my own theory. It might be wrong as well. Do comment if anyone find anything odd and incorrect.


Reviews: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016 movie)


Don’t worry, No spoilers ahead.

WARNING(advice rather)- It’s rather a favour to you all. Don’t sit till the end, there’s no after credit scene. I wasted my maybe 3 minutes watching whole credits. There’s nothing.  


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This movies isn’t actually as bad as critics from all over the world have battered it. I just came back from the movie theatre and let me tell you that it’s quite a good one if we take away all the flashbacks from it.


  • Ben Affleck as Batman was not that good a choice in my opinion, I really can’t find any reason that why was an old batman was needed for such a role?
  • Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman was pretty classy, though not much of screen time was given to her but still it was quite good enough.  
  • Henry Cavill as Superman– As seen in Man of Steel, no change at all, tough and strong and absolutely charming.
  • Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor was good enough. He tried to be as psychotic as his role demanded but I believe he tried and gave his best, though a better performance could’ve been given by a better actor. Kevin Spacey might would had been a good choice this time I guess.
  • And yes we do see some more superheroes, but just little glimpse and nothing more than that. So will talk about them when their movies arrive I guess.


  • Set quite appropriately. The continuation from Man of Steel wasn’t a bad idea and Batman getting angry about what happened in the first movie was a well put point too and that’s what sets the theme to the whole movie.

Weak point-

  • Batman– I just didn’t like Ben Afleck as Batman. What legacy Christian Bale gave us, Ben wasn’t able to continue that. The Batmobile wasn’t even wasn’t that good for gods sake. And the bat suit? Don’t even start me on that.
  • Flashbacks and Nightmares- I’ve no darn idea why these flashbacks and nightmares were there in whole movie. They didn’t depict anything much and they were absolutely and horribly misleading. Without giving away anything I’d just say that few or rather most of these were used in the trailers and these are just nightmares and nothing else. Not at all related to the storyline.
  • The nemesis- Doomsday in my opinion isn’t that good an enemy in this movie. The way Marvel has developed its enemy lineup, I don’t think DC has been able to do that well enough with theirs.

Strong Points-

  • I loved the part where these all the superheroes line up together. For an avid fan of superhero movies, it was a treat. Though critics from all over the world have been saying that the movie is way too long but for me even 2 hrs 30 mins wasn’t enough. And why I say so because Zack Snyder tried too hard to show everything in this movie. He didn’t want to leave anything. But that everything was way too much actually. As a movie enthusiast, I’d say that this movie should have been in two parts actually and that would had been much better. I wouldn’t had mind if they had tried what Anurag Kashyap did with Gangs of Wasseypur….just saying.
  • Setting up the base for others to come. Aquaman, Flash, Cyborg….yeah you heard me right, they all are coming very soon and for a fan like me, I am pretty much excited.


The movie overall is quite good and trust me when I say that I’ve no idea why critics are battering this movie so badly even when it’s quite a good one. Though hectic and a lot to take in, but still a good one. That’s why I gave 7.5 out of 10.