Storge love is a Greek word which describes a love without physical attraction. This storge love is primarily to do with kinship and family. An affectionate bond develops naturally between parents and children, and brothers and sisters.
Many examples of this love are expressed in the feeling of mutual protection between husband and wife, parents and children.
The feeling of concern is basically based on blood relationships. The strong ties in the family are primal as the adage says, “blood is thicker than water“.
This love is present to all human persons and other animals. The caring, protecting and giving the best to the members of the family whether it be at the present and in the future is absolutely foremost over other individuals outside the family.
People and animals share the same characteristics when it comes to family relationships and love. Wherever they go their group and identity as a family are always prevalent.