Interpersonal Relationships 2018-05-09T17:11:13+00:00

Interpersonal Relationships

  1. A person’s well-being and health depends on individual or personal factors as well as broader social influences.
  2. Relationships are social associations, connections or affiliations between two or more people.
  3. Supportive relationships (Parents, Siblings, Teachers, and Friends) help us to deal with the day to day problems effectively.
  4. It is important for young people to know that who can be approached and trusted for guidance and to solve different problems in life.
  5. Mostly young people ask for guidance from their parents and teachers however sometimes they seek support from their peers.
  6. Relationships may include family, friends, teachers, fellow students, neighbors and others.
  7. Mutual respect is highly important in good relationships.