When we think about the emotion of love, we usually think of people. We love our friends, our families, our neighbors, and our communities. But what about other “loves” in our lives? For example, I love chocolate, hiking, and dining with friends. Does feeling that love for things and experiences make any difference to our well-being, just like our love of other people does? According to a new study, it may—depending on what you love. Advertisement X Oct. 10-12, 2019:…