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":

Romantic Affair
... 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 sex with one's non-primary partner(s) are permitted ... Participants in open relationships, including unmarried couples and polyamorous families, may consider sanctioned affairs the norm, but when a non-sanction ...
... 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) another object (called the composite type), and ... 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 ...
Vidya Balan - Personal Life
... 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 ... point of time, 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 (her co-star in Kismat Konnection) ...
... 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 ...
Roman Abramovich - Relationship With Kremlin - Vladimir Putin
... of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, describes the relationship between Russian president and Abramovich as like that between a father and a favorite son Abramovich himself ...

Famous quotes containing the word relationship:

    The proper aim of education is to promote significant learning. Significant learning entails development. Development means successively asking broader and deeper questions of the relationship between oneself and the world. This is as true for first graders as graduate students, for fledging artists as graying accountants.
    Laurent A. Daloz (20th century)

    Whatever may be our just grievances in the southern states, it is fitting that we acknowledge that, considering their poverty and past relationship to the Negro race, they have done remarkably well for the cause of education among us. That the whole South should commit itself to the principle that the colored people have a right to be educated is an immense acquisition to the cause of popular education.
    Fannie Barrier Williams (1855–1944)

    Most childhood problems don’t result from “bad” parenting, but are the inevitable result of the growing that parents and children do together. The point isn’t to head off these problems or find ways around them, but rather to work through them together and in doing so to develop a relationship of mutual trust to rely on when the next problem comes along.
    Fred Rogers (20th century)