Relationships are one of the levels of influence or interference. All relationships are divided into "Attitude towards ..." and "Relations with ...".
When people talk about their relationship to something or someone, they talk about their most common program of behavior and the state of readiness for it.
"I love my mother, I like tomatoes, and I hate lessons" - this is "attitude towards ...". See the relationship
"Relations with ..." - the answer to the question "Who is who to whom?" Or "What’s what for?"
With my mother, I have excellent relations, we do not understand each other with the teacher, but my relationship with the girl is very different ...
This article is about "Relations with", "Relationships", and Relations.
Types of relations
Relationships are natural, social and individual (personal).
Natural relations - the relationship of objects of nature, are set by the laws of nature. They include spatial relationships (I’m right, it’s to the left), physical (I’m lighter, it’s heavier), nutritious (grass and herbivores), and others.
When an animal eats grass or another animal, it does it as naturally and naturally as you breathe or blink. Nothing personal.
Social relations - the relationship of social individuals, are set by social rules, traditions and institutions. These are administrative relations (I am the boss, he is subordinate), legal (I am a creditor, he is a debtor), national and international, civil and army.
Social relations create their own psychological relationships: traditional psychology of the boss and subordinate, creditor and debtor, features of national psychology and interethnic relations.
Personal, individual relationships, or simply relations - the relationship of people as carriers of individual cultural experience. Such a relationship (either one’s own or another’s, beloved or disgusting, persecutor and victim) is determined by individual decisions or emotions, established attitudes, attitudes and habits between people. Speaking about relationships with someone or something, they usually describe opportunities and limitations, desires and protests, the rights and obligations of mutual influence. See →
Formal relations - the name of social relations in which people turn off their personal and begin to be guided only by rules and conventions. Informal relations are those where there is a personal moment. See →
Relationships between people: what and why?
There is always a relationship between people. "Do you have a relationship?" or "I stopped dealing with him!" - this is just about these personal relationships.
Personal relations - the relationship of people as carriers of individual cultural experience. In life this is what people call simply: "relationships."
Such relationships (their own or someone else’s, beloved or disgusting) are determined by individual decisions or emotions, established attitudes, attitudes and habits between people. Speaking about relationships with someone or something, they usually describe opportunities and limitations, desires and protests, the rights and obligations of mutual influence. Further see →