Many casual relationships establish guidelines or a set of rules.
The two participants in the relationship will reach an agreement about what each expects from the relationship.
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Wayne State University and Michigan State University conducted a similar survey and sixty-six percent of the undergraduates in this study said they had also been in a casual relationship. Barnes: The psychology of love journal, has come up with two main types of lovers for college aged young adults.
About half of this sixty-six percent said they were currently in such a relationship. They are "Eros" lovers who are passionate lovers and "Ludas" or "Ludic" lovers, which are game-playing lovers.
"Eros" fall in love with the physical attributes of another before any other characteristic.
This type of lover is also known to commit to other casual sex relationships. They are looking for the feeling of conquest and typically enter a relationship or hook-up with very little or no intentions of establishing any kind of commitment.