Relationship

Relationship most often refers to: Family relations and relatives: consanguinity. Interpersonal relationship, a strong, deep, or close association or acquaintance between two or more people. Correlation and dependence, relationships in mathematics and statistics between two variables or sets of data.
These are the seven most common relationship
types you'll want to know as you navigate the 
dating world:

Monogamous Relationships.
Polyamorous Relationships. ...
Open Relationships. ...
Long-Distance Relationships. ...
Casual Sex Relationships. ...
'Friends With Benefits' Relationships. ...
Asexual Relationships

Bond in a relationship
Bonding typically refers to the process of attachment that develops between romantic or platonic partners, close friends, or parents and children. This bond is characterised by emotions such as affection and trust. Any two people who spend time together may form a bond.
What is a Healthy Relationship?

Different people define relationships in different ways. But in order for a relationship to be healthy, it needs a few key ingredients!


Healthy Communication
Healthy communication in any relationship is based on the premise that both parties are open and honest with each other,  "If you're able to respect each other and really hear what the other person is saying, then you're on the right path.
Spend quality time
When spending time together, make sure it is quality time. The more you increase the quality of the time spent together, the more your relationship will grow, even if the amount of time spent together is not as frequent as one of you may like. Let your partner know how much you appreciate the time spent together.

Here are five things that are essential for any Relationships
Trust. Trust is one of the most important ingredients of a happy and healthy relationship. ...
Respect. Respecting the individuality of your partner is another important thing in a relationship. ...
Love. ...
Attention. ...
Communication.

A relationship is composed of many things: friendship, sexual attraction, intellectual compatibility, and, of course, love.

Love is the glue that keeps a relationship strong and solid. It is deeply biological. But what is love, and how do you know if you are truly in love?

It is difficult to define love because of everyone’s perception of real love can be dramatically different. People often get confused between lust, attraction, and companionship.