Platonic love in its modern popular sense is an affectionate relationship into which the sexual element does not enter, especially in cases where one might easily assume otherwise. A simple example of platonic relationships is a deep, non-sexual friendship between two heterosexual people of the opposite sexes
Familial love is a type affinity or natural affection felt between members of a group bound by common ancestry or blood ties. The cultural ideal of familial love is one that is committed, unconditional, selfless, emotionally full, and reciprocally returned by the other.
Puppy love is an informal term for feelings of love between young people, especially during adolescence, so-called for its resemblance to the affection that may be felt towards a puppy dog. In general, puppy love refers to an incomplete, immature, or 'false' love compared to 'true' love.
True love is a popularly held concept of loving another lover or potential lover without restraint and without restriction. true love is described as love without condition, motive or attachment, loving someone just because they are themselves, not because of their appearance, actions, or other superficial factors. Such shallow reasons for affection, those that only appear on the surface, are often considered infatuation or puppy love, which are less profound and meaningful than true love.
Romantic love is a form of love that is often regarded as different from mere needs driven by sexual desire, or lust. Romantic love generally involves a mix of emotional and sexual desire, as opposed to Platonic love. There is often, initially, more emphasis on the emotions than on physical pleasure
It is important to note that the exact definition and nature of true love is highly subjective. Throughout history, true love has been debated over by philosophers, writers and scholars such as Shakespeare and Plato. Modern day intellectuals also have widely differing ideas of true love.