A dependent relationship is one where two people are not able to take care of themselves completely. They rely on each other for almost everything, whether it be to pay bills, to cry on, to want criticism, to want agreement, anything. It's where two completely irresponsible people decide they want to have an irresponsible relationship.
Please, don't get in a relationship unless you first can take care of yourself! It will add so much less stress to your life.
There are marriages, family relationships, neighborhood and community relationships, sexual relationships, open relationships, complicated relationships, casual relationships, business relationships, professional relationships, long distance relationships, internet relationships, dependency relationships, and good friends.
I hope this is what you are talking about.
1. TRADITIONAL RELATIONSHIP
This is the most familiar dynamic found in traditional marriages and relationships. The focus is on shared interests and values rather than personal growth. In Traditional Relationships neither person has done the necessary psychological or spiritual work to bond either with themselves or another. This means that the couple connects at the personality rather than the emotional and spiritual levels. When two people relate from the personality or "I" level, the individual's focus remains on him or herself rather than on the other. Each person is primarily focused on getting his or her own needs met which prevents the "we" of the relationship from forming. As a result these relationships often become stagnant and power struggles occur frequently. To remain together, partners in Traditional Relationships avoid looking at key issues, pretending they don't exist. Many couples feel safe and secure in a Traditional Relationship. It is all they ever want or need and they can remain at this level forever. These couples will not naturally progress to the next two levels of relationship. Traditional Relationships end when one partner embarks on his or her psychospiritual journey and it becomes impossible to continue growing while remaining in the relationship.
2. CONSCIOUS RELATIONSHIP
When soul mates come together they join in Conscious Relationship. Soul mates are those who relate from the soul level. Though many seek a soul mate, the requirement for this kind of relationship is that both people must have done some psychological and spiritual work prior to meeting in order to relate soul to soul. In Conscious Relationships the focus is on emotional and spiritual growth both as individuals and as a couple. Those in Conscious Relationships are engaged in learning lessons. Their goal is to transcend the physical and emotional levels to the spiritual plane. As they actively work through issues together, Conscious Couples are increasingly able to lean in and trust one another to create the "we" of the relationship. One of the great challenges of Conscious Relationships is that they are transitioning from an I-based to a we-based relationship as they learn not only to work on their own individual issues but also as they learn to apply what they learn to the relationship as a whole. As this happens, power struggles occur. Though profound, Conscious Relationships but do not necessarily last forever. They might end when both partners are no longer able to grow together or when one person does not meet the other person's Essential Needs. Just because people are Conscious Partners does not mean that they can automatically fulfill the other person's requirements. Reaching the level of Conscious Partnership is a significant accomplishment and can lead to nourishing and lasting relationship.
3. TRANSCENDENT RELATIONSHIP
Not everyone wants to do the work to reach this third. Transcendent Partners love one another unconditionally. They are "guardians of each others souls." Because Transcendent Partners have mastered the art of taking personal responsibility, they generate their identity, happiness and emotional stability from within and there is no fear of losing themselves in the relationship. With such a strong sense of their individual selves, Transcendent Partners can fully surrender to the "we" of the relationship, forming a union where the individual is not lost and the whole is profoundly greater than the sum of its parts. Skilled in unconditional acceptance, power struggles rarely occur. Transcendent Partners fully support each other in going for their dreams. They live in truth and can share anything without fear of shame or blame. Transcendent Partners relate at the spiritual level and k lhave evolved beyond the need to work at the relationship. Both partners are guided not by outer but by inner forces and by each other. Knowing that what they have together is enough, Transcendent Partners are content and can commit to one another for life. Transcendent Partnership is focused in gratitude and on giving back to society. There are few models in our society for this type of partnership. Conscious Partners can and do evolve into Transcendent Partnership when both people do their individual work. You have not failed if you achieve a Traditional or Conscious Relationship. Transcendent Partnership is not and should not be for everyone.
An interpersonal relationship is an association between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring. This association may be based on inference, love, solidarity, regular business interactions, or some other type of social commitment. Interpersonal relationships are formed in the context of social, cultural and other influences. The context can vary from family or kinship relations, friendship, marriage, relations with associates, work, clubs, neighborhoods, and places or worship. They may be regulated by law, custom, or mutual agreement, and are the basis of social groups and society as a whole.
Well,let's see.There is the love-hate relationship witch is where they like each other at first then get angry at each other over for example,witch day there anniversary was.Then there is the awkward relationship where there is a memory of either the boy or girl that asked if they liked them and one said no.Which makes it awkward because you are friends again after being asked to be bf and girlfriend.And then there is the true love relationship.That is where you two are always together and agree on everything.And the couple usually don't question each other about where they are going or who there texting (specifically the female,women,or girl.).
Ok, well if you mean some examples of relationships - how about the relationship between parents and children, between husband and wife, between a dog and a person?
Man Vs. Man
Man Vs. Self
Man Vs. Nature
It generally means the skills an individual has in building and maintaining relationships with others.
According to certain religions, interpersonal, as well as interracial,relationships are sinful.
Interpersonal relationships are those relationships you have with like persons that have the same interests and ideals as you hav how attracted you are to them will decide whether they will be friends or lovers.
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No, professional relationships revolve around your business dealings only, there is no connections made between two people, their association with one another is strictly business oriented. Interpersonal relationships are by definition personal, people with whom we have relationships for the same of the relationships themselves.
all of the above