Social relationships are the Connections and interactions that people have with each other. They can be categorized into different types, such as family, friends, romantic partners, coworkers, and acquaintances. Social relationships are important for human well-being, as they provide support, belonging, intimacy, and socialization. Psychology studies how Social relationships affect people’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, as well as how people form, maintain, and end Social relationships.


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