Relationships are extremely important and here is some expert help on how to manage them.
We are all blessed with different kinds of relationships in our lives and it is these relationships that make us who we are. Our relationships impact us and if handled properly, they can be a source of great support and happiness in our lives. So it is only fair that we put some thought in maintaining them.
We share a few relationship which we all go through in our lives.
Student-teacher relationship: This relationship is a battle that keeps going on. There are some teachers who are loving and kind, while some teachers do not understand you. Well, the same can be said about student’s as well. It is therefore important in a student-teacher relationship that you constantly talk to each other. Students must reach out to their teachers and vice-versa. It is only when we talk, we will be able to share and understand each other’s perspectives. It is important that you understand each other better so you grow academically.
Parent child relationship: When it comes to a parent-child relationship many times teenagers say our parents don’t understand us. Well, it’s not that parents don’t understand children it’s just that they think differently.
There is an obvious generation gap. Every time a child and the parent sit on the able and speak to each other they have always managed to reach a level of understanding where both have been happy.
It is important therefore, parents and kids talk to each other. They should talk about what likes and dislikes in each other and discuss what can be done to enhance their relationship.
Child need to put away his gadgets, sit with his parents and talk to them about their life. When you do that, you will realize that you have developed a better understanding of each other and in the process, mutual respect gets cultivated.
Romantic relationship: In a romantic relationship with your special someone, it is important that trust is cultivated. It is also important that you give each other space. You shouldn’t get so attached to one another that the rest of your life means nothing to you.
It is important that you grow while in love and it doesn’t take a toll on the rest of your life. While you are in love, it is important to understand that you both are two separate individuals, new in this relationship and that you both will take time to understand each other. Give yourselves time and healthy space.
Friendships: As we grow older the nature of our friendships change. Some friendships grow deeper, some fall apart while some friendships live on, even when priorities change. As we enter our teens, working towards our goals takes priority due to which sometimes we may have to relocate to a new town, city, school or college in order to achieve those goals. This means adapting to new circumstances, being open to new interactions and making new friends.
However as we grow, peer pressure starts playing a major role in our friendships. If someone is vulnerable to peer pressure it can ruin friendships. No matter what the nature of your relationship, it is important to stand your own ground.
It is important to remember that you have the right to stand up for what you believe in.. You have the freedom to say no. If you are in a friendship where you are scared to be yourself, then it is an unstable friendship.
True friends respect each other’s decisions and choices without adding any pressure to change.
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