"What's love got to do with it? " sang by Tina Turner in 1984 was one of the top songs of the year and is actually the question that many ask today when it comes to relationships. Robert Sternberg, a leading psychologist who posted on the blog "Psychology to the rescue," stated his opinions on love and relationships in a way that I agree with. He summarized that love is something he had always had a hard time connecting to. He connected the thoughts to psychology and the result that he came to was the triangular theory of love. The three components of this theory are intimacy, passion, and commitment. All three have a way of making sense of problems in relationships in different combinations of the three. I found this section of the reading for this course to be quite interesting and actually one of the most important aspects that I will remember five years down the road. Many of us, being college students, have had relationships with a significant other in the past, and if not, will be looking for that someone in the future. Keeping these three components in mind is a smart decision in looking for someone you may develop a relationship with.