Relationship or relationships may refer to:
- Interpersonal relationship
- Intimate relationship
- Ethical relationship
- In mathematics and statistics:
- Binary relation
- Causal relationship
- Correlation and dependence
- Direct relationship
- Inverse relationship
- In database design:
- Entity-relationship model
- Relational model
- In media:
- "Relationships", an episode of As Time Goes By
- "Relationship", a song by Lakeside on the album Power
- In psychology:
- Relationship breakup
- Relationship counseling
- Relationship education
- Relationship obsessive–compulsive disorder
Other articles related to "relationship, relationships":
... The mass media has often speculated about a romantic relationship between Balan and her co-actors, but she has strongly denied these reports ... In 2009, Balan was involved in a controversy when she mentioned a previous relationship in which "caustic remarks" were made at her due to her weight ... it was important to walk away from that relationship." Though she refused to name the person, tabloid reports suggested that she was referring to Shahid Kapoor (h ...
... Unlike a casual relationship, which is a physical and emotional relationship between two people who may have sex without expecting a more formal romantic relationship, an affair is by its nature romantic ... Affair may also describe part of an agreement within an open marriage or open relationship, such as swinging, dating, or polyamory, in which some forms of ... Participants in open relationships, including unmarried couples and polyamorous families, may consider sanctioned affairs the norm, but when a non-sanctioned affair occurs, it is ...
... In database design and object oriented program architecture, has-a is a relationship where one object (often called the composited object) "belongs" to (is a part or member of ... In simple words, has-a relationship in an object is called a member field of an object ... Multiple has-a relationships will combine to form a possessive hierarchy ...
... Interdependence is a relationship in which each member is mutually dependent on the others ... This concept differs from a dependence relationship, where some members are dependent and some are not ... In an interdependent relationship, participants may be emotionally, economically, ecologically and/or morally reliant on and responsible to each other ...
Famous quotes containing the word relationship:
“Artists have a double relationship towards nature: they are her master and her slave at the same time. They are her slave in so far as they must work with means of this world so as to be understood; her master in so far as they subject these means to their higher goals and make them subservient to them.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)
“We must introduce a new balance in the relationship between the individual and the governmenta balance that favors greater individual freedom and self-reliance.”
—Gerald R. Ford (b. 1913)
“Sisters is probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once the sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship.”
—Margaret Mead (19011978)