Arjun Kapoor’s girlfriend Malaika Arora is celebrating her 48th birthday today. Many congratulations are coming from Bollywood on Malaika’s birthday, but meanwhile her boyfriend Arjun Kapoor wrote a loving message to her on Instagram and wished her a very happy birthday, but along with this he also congratulated 48 year old Malaika. There has been a discussion on social media regarding the loving words written for him. Arjun Kapoor wished his girlfriend Malaika Arora a romantic birthday on his official Instagram on Monday. While sharing a romantic picture of herself, she wrote, ‘Happy Birthday Baby. This picture is ours, you bring smile, happiness, light and I will always support you.
There is a web of emotions woven in the heart and mind of every person in this world, which also includes other emotions like anger, happiness, sadness and surprise love. This is also because emotions differentiate humans from animals, and when a person reaches the peak of his emotional range, he expresses himself in unique ways. Love is also an integral part of these feelings, which sometimes leads couples to engage in playful but cute banter, such as calling each other “baby,” “honey,” or “sweetheart.” . But have you ever wondered why people do this? We will also tell you what Dr. Vikas Divyakirti, the founder of IS and one of the renowned scholars of the country, has said on this.
Why do couples call each other “Baby-Honey-Sweetheart”?
Dr. Vikas Divyakirti, a renowned teacher who trains UPSC aspirants has shed light on why couples address each other using cute words like “baby,” “honey,” or “sweetheart.” Are. Dr. Divyakirti says that when people are immersed in intense emotions, they use such words. In such a heightened state of emotion, people often avoid using simple language and instead choose quirky and affectionate words. He emphasizes that individuals with extreme emotional feelings are often reserved in their choice of words and use unconventional vocabulary.
understanding the role of love
It is important to note that there are two types of love: emotion-driven love and intellect-driven love. In emotion-driven loves, individuals are careful with their words and use them with heightened emotions. During these moments, normal words may not be as effective as alternative expressions. This phenomenon is not limited to couples only; This extends to other relationships as well. At the extremes of this emotional spectrum, a mother may lovingly call her son “my king son,” while a father may lovingly call his daughter “princess.” Such emotional language finds its place in poetry, literature and storytelling, where writers often use powerful words rather than plain words to evoke emotions and convey their message more effectively.