A relationship is a physical and emotional bond between people. Having healthy relationships and staying connected are central to our wellbeing. Although some relationships can support our mental health, experiencing difficulties within our relationships can activate psychological problems. These can occur in families, companionships, with peers, in the work/academic environment and romantic relations. These connections provide warmth, intimacy, appreciation, understanding, validation, sense of achievement and attention. So once an individual has trouble within their relationship, it can generate distress.

There is no single therapy for all relationship difficulties. The suitable treatment plan is contingent on the nature of the relationship. A few of many therapies include DIT, DBT, psychodynamic approach, counselling, couples therapy, and family therapy. The key with these therapies is to help you work on improving trust, understand, and communication with the person(s) involved.

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