An Interpersonal Relationship
Interpersonal relationships are a process, which they start from a beginning, and it has its end. During the beginning and end there is a long process in-between on how it grew and reason why it ended. Being in a relationship with a partner is an example of an interpersonal relationship. Most relationships begin with being just friends. Then they grow while learning about each other, and it continues better, you might fall in love with the person you are spending time and learning about because you grew to love and care. After a long while or short while depending on the relationship, things might begin to change. Not all relationships last forever, so eventually it’ll start slowly going downhill. Once you’ve reached rock bottom, one partner might end it because throughout the process, it started out beautiful but changed throughout the time and at the end it died out. You learn from interpersonal relationships.
Interpersonal relationships all begin with development, starting out somewhere. A relationship between might develop from becoming friends. If the two friends find interest in each other and feel as if they “click,” they may want to take things further and learn about each other more on a different level. Interpersonal relationships begin with step one, getting to know to know each other, liked based on first impressions.
After two get to know each other they build upon their friendship and might begin a relationship because they learned to grow feelings. They fall into caring about for one another, and trusting one another. The two begin to fall and catch emotional feelings between themselves. Starting from a friendship, it leads to a relationship because they look at each other way than just friends. After the growth of an interpersonal relationship it must build.
Interpersonal relationships continue from the build up. The relationship continues by feeling comfortable around each other. They show affection for one...