We are to love others with agape love, whether they are fellow believers (John 13:34) or bitter enemies (Matthew 5:44). Jesus gave the parable of the Good Samaritan as an example of sacrifice for the sake of others, even for those who may care nothing at all for us. Agape love as modeled by Christ is not based on a feeling; rather, it is a determined act of the will, a joyful resolve to put the welfare of others above our own.
Philia, or deep friendship The second variety of love was philia or friendship, which the Greeks valued far more than the base sexuality of eros. Philia concerned the deep comradely friendship that developed between brothers in arms who had fought side by side on the battlefield.
Pragma: Longstanding love. By: Karisa. Pragma. Pragma is usually: developed between long term couples. about making compromises to make the relationship work. about showing patience and tolerance. Codependent relationships are relationships where one supports of encourages another person's addiction, poor mental health, and immaturity.