RELATIONSHIP
RELATIONSHIPS




RELATIONSHIP

RELATIONSHIP RELATED TOPICS

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

HOW TO HAVE A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP

HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP RELATED TOPICS

CASUAL RELATIONSHIP

HOW TO START A CASUAL RELATIONSHIP

CASUAL RELATIONSHIP RELATED TOPICS

HOW TO GET INTO A CASUAL RELATIONSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS RELATIONSHIP

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RELATIONSHIP




The condition or fact of being related; connection or association.

Connection by blood or marriage; kinship.

A particular type of connection existing between people related to
or having dealings with each other: has a close relationship with
his siblings.

A romantic or sexual involvement.



Relationships
http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dictionary/entry/relationship



What Is A Relationship?



A relationship is the interactions and bond between two or
more things, people, animals or places.

A relationship is a bond between two people. (or more if its
family or a bunch of friends your referring to in a conversation).



What Is A Relationship?
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_relationship



Relationships



How do you define a word that, quintessentially,
holds everything and everyone in it?

Well, relationships are beautiful bonds that are
a purpose of living. It's these relationships that
give us the strength to fight every odd, they lend
us a shoulder to cry and thanks to them, we have
reasons to smile.



Relationships
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/relationships/



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Relationship Questions
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Flirting Tips
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Relationship Quotes
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Relationship Break Up
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Relationship Issues
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Healthy Relationships
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/healthy-relationships/

Long Distance Relationship
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Relationship Poems
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Cohabitation
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/cohabitation/



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INTERPERSONAL
RELATIONSHIP




An interpersonal relationship is an association between two
or more people that may range from fleeting 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 of worship. They may be regulated by law, custom, or
mutual agreement, and are the basis of social groups and society
as a whole.



Types of relationships


A relationship is normally viewed as a connection between individuals,
such as a romantic or intimate relationship, or a parent–child
relationship. Individuals can also have relationships with groups of
people, such as the relation between a pastor and his congregation, an
uncle and a family, or a mayor and a town.

Finally, groups or even nations may have relations with each other,
though this is a much broader domain than that covered under the topic
of interpersonal relationships. (See such articles as international
relations for more information on associations between groups). Most
scholarly work on relationships focuses on the small subset of
interpersonal relationships involving romantic partners in pairs or dyads.

Interpersonal relationships usually involve some level of interdependence.
People in a relationship tend to influence each other, share their thoughts
and feelings, and engage in activities together.

Because of this interdependence, most things that change or impact one
member of the relationship will have some level of impact on the other
members.



Interpersonal relationship
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interpersonal_relationship



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HOW
TO
HAVE
A
HEALTHY
RELATIONSHIP




There are reliable tools that can be used to create a healthy
relationship, many of which have not been taught in our culture.
If you want to have a really healthy relationship, follow these
simple guidelines.


1. Do not expect anyone to be responsible for your happiness.

Ask yourself why you aren't happy. Too often, relationships fail
because someone is unhappy and blames the partner. Your life is
solely under your control, with your relationship you have to take
the good with the bad. You need to give as well as take. This is
with the exception of domestic abuse.


2. Make and keep clear agreements.

Respect the differences between yourself and your partner. Do not
expect your partner to agree with you on every issue. Reach a mutual
agreement or plan, and then commit to it. If you say you're going to
meet your partner for lunch at noon, be on time or call if you
absolutely must be late. If you agree to have a monogamous relationship,
keep that agreement. Keeping agreements shows respect for yourself and
your partner, as well as creating a sense of trust and safety. Safety
is important.


3. Use communication to establish a common ground to understand different
points of view and to create a mutual, collaborative agreement or plan.

You can choose to be right, or to have a successful relationship. You can't
always have both. Many people argue to be "right" about something. They say.
"If you loved me, you would..." and argue to hear the other say, "Fine, you're
right." If you are generally more interested in being right, this approach will
not create a healthy relationship. Having a healthy relationship means that,
while you have your experience, and your partner has his or her experience, you
love and share and learn from those experiences. And if you can't reach any kind
of mutual agreement, that doesn't mean either of you are wrong.


4. Approach your relationship as a learning experience.

Each one has important information for you to learn. A true relationship will
consist of both partners who need to equally contribute. Not only is that the
only type of relationship that will work out, but it will work out in both of
your favor.


5. Tell the unarguable truth.

Be truthful to yourself and your partner if you want true love. Many people are
taught to lie to protect someone's feelings, either their own or their partner's.
Lies create disconnection between you and your relationship, even if your partner
never finds out about it. For any sort of relationship to work you need to have
trust.


6. Forgive one another.

Forgiveness is a decision of letting go of the past and focusing on the present.
It's about taking control of your current situation. Talk about the issue and try
to reach a mutual agreement on how to handle the situation in the future and then
commit to it. If you can't reach an agreement, it's a bad sign. If you learn from
the past and do not repeat the same pattern, it's a good sign. It's the only way
to prevent yourself from more disappointment, anger or resentment. Respect your
partner, when your partner tells you to leave them alone, do give him or her the
time and space.


7. Review your expectations.

Try to be as clear as you can about any expectations - including acceptable and
unacceptable behaviour and attitudes, especially attitudes towards money. Everybody
needs love, intimacy, affection, and affirmation.


8. Be Responsible.

Here's a new definition: responsible means having the ability to respond. Respond
to the real problem, to your true needs. It does not mean you or your partner are
to blame. There is tremendous power in claiming your creation. If you've been snippy
to your partner, own up to it and say sorry. You'll be amazed how this works.


9. Appreciate yourself and your partner.

In the midst of an argument, it can be difficult to find something to appreciate.
Start by generating appreciation in moments of non-stress, and that way when you
need to be able to do it during a stressful conversation, it will be easier. One
definition of appreciation is to be sensitively aware so you don't have to be
sugar-coating anything; so tell your beloved that you love him or her, and that
you don't want to argue but to talk and make it better.


10. Admit your mistakes and say sorry.

One possible way to do this is to talk after having a misunderstanding or argument.
For example you can ask your partner to give you some time to think of the wrong and
right things that you and he/she did. Ask your partner to do the same thing and talk
to them when you are both ready. Ask your partner to give you time to talk and explain
to them why you were angry, the wrong things you did, the things they did that you
did not like and what you would like them to change. Ask your partner to do the same
thing and give them a fair chance to talk and explain also. This will make your
relationship stronger and help strengthen the communication between you and your partner.


11. Spend some quality time together.

No matter how busy you two are, there is always an excitement when you do something
together, when you share your precious time. Play a sport, eat at a restaurant, or
watch your favorite movies together. You will feel the magic of love and connection
that you have with each other.


12. Laugh Together.

Not only is it true that laughter is the best medicine, but it's also true that
laughter can make a great relationship. In a tedious relationship, it is hard to
communicate with your partner and share humorous feelings. Not only does laughing
establish a connection, it can help keep passionate feelings in perspective.


13. Develop a realistic expectation about sex and intimacy.

This should not be based on what is taught in the media or films. This also implies
finding new and creative ways to pleasing each other intimately.


14. Arrange a safe haven (time and place) from the stressful daily hassles of life
to enjoy one another.

This can include a quiet dinner along the beach, a walk in the park, etc.


15. Very importantly, support each other.

If your partner has to do something for his or her school, studies or work, support
him or her. This will make them feel loved, and it will make them realize that they
also have a friend in you, not just a romantic interest. Be supportive. Be their
number one fan.




How to Have a Healthy Relationship
http://www.wikihow.com/Have-a-Healthy-Relationship



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CASUAL
RELATIONSHIP




A casual relationship, colloquially known as a fling or
casual dating, is a physical and emotional relationship
between two people who may have a sexual relationship or
a near-sexual relationship without necessarily demanding
or expecting the extra commitments of a more formal
romantic relationship. Motives for casual relationships
vary. There are significant gender and cultural differences
in acceptance of and breadth of casual relationships,as well
as in regrets about action/inaction in those relationships.

A casual relationship may be part-time, or for a limited time,
and may or may not be monogamous. In each case, the relationship's
dominance in the lives of those involved is being voluntarily
limited, and there is usually a sense that the relationship is
intended to endure only so long as both parties wish it to.

A casual relationship differs from casual sex, which has little
or no emotional element, and from a one-night stand, as the
relationship extends beyond a single sexual encounter. To the
extent such relationships include casual sexual contact, the
relationship is generally focused on fulfilling sexual desires
rather than romantic or emotional needs.

Casual relationships sometimes include mutual support, affection
and enjoyment, which underpin other forms of loving relationship.



Casual relationship
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casual_relationship



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HOW
TO
START
A
CASUAL
RELATIONSHIP




Ever since birth control, the casual relationship has blossomed
into a legitimate relationship type. Actually preferred, for
many people.

The casual relationship can be as hard to find as any other type,
because the same barriers people put up to test lifelong mates are
there for short term mates as well.

Also, you might find someone looking for an LTR. Here's how to
start a casual relationship.



Instructions


1. Have the "talk."

Beginning a casual relationship means being completely honest from
the beginning. On the first or second date, and definitely before
you have sex or intimate relations, you must ascertain whether your
date is on the same page as you.

There's no reason for people to get hurt in casual relationships.



2. Date around.

To keep yourself starting casual relationships, you have to make
sure you stay casual. The best way to stay casual is to date many
people at once.

You don't have to tell your dates about each other, but there's no
reason to lie if you follow step 1 with all of your dates.



3. Have an emotional outlet.

To start casual relationships, you need an emotional outlet so that
you don't rely on your casual relationships for emotional support.

Make sure you have relationships with friends that are not sexual,
because casual sexual relationships can be broken up very easily
with a look or a comment which says that one person could get more
attached than necessary.



How to Start a Casual Relationship
http://www.ehow.com/how_5512011_start-casual-relationship.html



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HOW
TO
GET
INTO
A
CASUAL
RELATIONSHIP



Either you--or love interest--have come out of a horrible
previous breakup and a long-term highly committed relationship
is not a priority.

The next best option besides friends-with-benefitting, or casual
dating, is a casual relationship.

Most people view a casual relationship as something with minimal
expectations.


1. Let your partner know that you aren't looking for anything serious.
Set down what you are looking for and ask yourself what you want
(companionship, honesty, romance, etc.).

2. Be free-spirited! This is your chance to go out there and not worry
about another's expectations or needs.

3. Take things slow, don't put this fling on a time table of when things
should get serious or how much it should progress; just enjoy.

4. Get to know the other person and where they're coming from.

5. Enjoy their company, just have fun! Casual relationships are
about having fun!

6. Take your partner places that you've always wanted to go but haven't
gotten the chance. Good ideas include restaurants, forest preserves,
lakes, beaches, parks, or perhaps some place new to both of you!



How to Get Into a Casual Relationship
http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Into-a-Casual-Relationship



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FRIENDSHIP




Friendship is a relationship between two people who hold mutual
affection for each other. Friendships and acquaintanceship are
thought of as spanning across the same continuum. The study
of friendship is included in the fields of sociology, social
psychology, anthropology, philosophy, and zoology.

Various academic theories of friendship have been proposed,
including:

social exchange theory,

equity theory,

relational dialectics,

attachment styles.


The value of friendship is often the result of friends consistently
demonstrating the following:


The tendency to desire what is best for the other

Sympathy and empathy

Honesty, even in situations where it may be difficult for others to
speak the truth

Mutual understanding and compassion; ability to go to each other for
emotional support

Enjoyment of each other's company

Trust in one another

Positive reciprocity — equal give-and-take between the two parties

The ability to be oneself, express one's feelings and make mistakes
without fear of judgement



Making a friend


Three significant factors make the formation of a friendship possible:


proximity, which means being near enough to see each other or do things
together;

repeatedly encountering the person informally and without making special
plans to see each other;
opportunities to share ideas and personal feelings with each other.



Friendship
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friendship



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HOW
TO
START
A
FRIENDS
WITH
BENEFITS
RELATIONSHIP




What could be better than getting physical with someone
you're already comfortable around, and not worrying about
being boyfriend/girlfriend material? Here's how to start
a no-strings-attached relationship.


1. Find someone you like. Be sure you are comfortable with
your potential friend with benefits (FWB), and that you find
them attractive.

2. Make sure your friend is available. Find out if your friend
is dating anyone else or planning to in the near future.

3. Joke around about making out with your friend. This will not
only be a fun way to flirt, but it also puts the idea of making
out with you into your friend's head. If their response involves
saying you're like a brother or sister, take the hint and find
another potential FWB.

4. Communicate. Text messages and IMs are a great way to investigate
a relationship like this. Both hard to interpret, on your friend's
part, and easy to play off as a joke, on your part.

5.Make out. Let's face it, everyone gets a little frisky with alcohol
in them. If you both are of age, get slightly tipsy one night, and end
up making out and laughing about it the next day, this is a potential
start to a friends with benefits relationship. After the make out
session, hint at how much fun you had and suggest you rekindle some
drunken flames. If your friend seems into it, go for it; if not, play
it off like you were only kidding.


(Another possibility to is to choose someone that you dated for a couple
weeks, but you both agreed there was no real possibility for the
relationship. Let him or her know that while you don't think you were
meant for each other romantically, you are still attracted to them
physically and would be open to a no strings attached/friends with
benefits relationship - if s/he would be. This should not be done as a
part of a "break-up," but rather after a few weeks when any hurt pride
has settled. It will not work for relationships where strong emotions
were involved.)



1. Talk.

Make it clear what you are looking for and set the "ground rules" up
front (for example, & if appropriate to your situation, when one of
you has sex with someone else it is time to end the benefits.) Make
sure you are not leading the other person on.



2. Don't ditch the friendship.

Do things that don't involve sex, be honest with each other, have fun!
If you only see each other when you are having sex, it's more of a booty
call than a friendship. In addition to adding/keeping a good friend, the
friendship can add more spice to the benefits.



Tips:


Keep things light and fun. Don't get jealous when your friend with benefits
has a crush on someone else or dates around. Remember, you are not in a
serious relationship.

Do not suggest taking your friend with benefits to family outings or other
important events unless your family has known your friend for a long time.
It would be awkward for everyone, and seem too much like you are dating.

Do not discuss "the future." Commitment within a friends with benefits
relationship is nonexistent. Don't even try it.

Don't try to have a talk about "us" or "what we are." What you are is two
friends who make out, not a couple.



Warnings:


There is always the possibility of developing attachment on either friend's
part. Be honest with each other. If the feelings are not reciprocated, stop
the friends with benefits relationship immediately.

Don't get pregnant, and be safe and smart.

Avoid being used. If your friend almost never talks to you in public or
completely ignores you, stop the relationship and try another route.

Make sure they feel the same.



How to Start a Friends With Benefits Relationship
http://www.wikihow.com/Start-a-Friends-With-Benefits-Relationship



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Marie Claire
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