This is a question which needs elaboration to describe exactly what you mean by 'relationship.' We are related to everyone and every thing in some way. For example, you might have a very fond relationship with your present home: or you might hate it. You might find your relationship with dogs, or cats, or pet mice to be one of enjoyment, or abhorrence. So, if you're talking about a human relationship with another person, and really mean someone with whom people are in a close and intimate relationship, why don't you say so.
Of course, relationships of this type are important. They show us how WE are. What we see in another person as good or bad - a value judgement of some kind - could well be a reflection of our own virtues or vices. As it has been said by such persons as Dr. Wayne Dyer, when we point out something good or not good in another it doesn't tell about the other person so much as reveals to them things about ourself. We show our character by how we behave not others.
For example, those who criticise others become known as those who criticise. I think you'll get my drift.
What is the importance of relationship in my life? It is very important, for I continually define myself as 'how I am at this time' by how I act and react in my relationships, whatever the objects of those relationship be: animal, mineral or vegestable - everthing and ever thing. With out relationships where would we be? I'd suggest...no longer of this world.
If you are talking about the relationship that we do with our husband or boyfriend then read here importance of my relationship with my B/F.
Well me and john started our relationship 2 years ago and we used to meet in days and night, and now he is my husband.
To me a good relationship always stay on trust and believes. Always think about your love positively and trust on them then you'll never ever lost them.
In any relationship it is Honesty, honesty, and honesty. Without honesty, there is no trust. Without trust, there is no relationship.
Since I am a co-dependent person, I have to have relationships in my life to survive it seems like some times. For many people who are very independent, they will have less importance on a relationship in their lives. People who are interdependent have just the perfect balance of importance of a relationship in their lives and other things.
To quote one of my favorite video games (nerd alert! nerd alert!), "Bonds of people is the true power." Through bonds formed by relationships of any kind, anything is possible, fears can be overcome, people learn about themselves and their eyes can be opened to the truth, seeing past all deception. That's the importance of relationships in my life.
Relationships are what keep you going, the people around you and your connection to them.
For me, life is much more meaningful when it is shared. So relationships are the most important aspect to my life. One of my mantras is always to have excellent relationships-with myself, friends, family, coworkers, spouse, environment, planet, universe.
by ShanteD 2 years ago
Can you really have a relationship with someone you don't trust.You can love them and want your relationship to work but if you don't trust them can it? Do you give it time and hope for the best?
by Cordelia Bay 9 years ago
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by Baileybear 2 years ago
How does a person form their belief systems in the first place? Why are people unwilling to change their beliefs when there is good reason their beliefs are false ie "I still believe anyway".Do belief systems rule our lives?
by NikiDiva 4 years ago
What is the most important thing/ characteristic you look for in a mate? What is a deal breaker?
by dashingclaire 8 years ago
What is the most important trait in a spouse?
by Michael Valencia 7 years ago
If you are in a relationship, do you think it is OK to be friends with your exes?
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