- Interpersonal relationships
An Interpersonal relationship is a term used to describe individuals who share a strong, closely knit bond with each other. Interpersonal relationships are most often found to be shared between family members and a small circle of close friends. Interpersonal relationships require a large amount of nurturing and time investment. Most people find interpersonal relationships to be the most enjoyable kind of relationship or bond.
Similar to a living, breathing organism, interpersonal relationships have a lifespan. In order to maintain a interpersonal relationship's life, one has to nurture and protect it, as you would a living, breathing life-form. Interpersonal relationships grow and evolve gradually. Through spending time with one another, supporting one another, and sharing empathy towards one another, two people sharing an interpersonal relationship are able to grow their bond even further. Contrariwise, without adequate time investment and proper nurturing, the bond between two people of an interpersonal relationship may deteriorate.