Why do we need relationships? We are born alone – must we die alone?

I am sure that once in life, every single one of us asked himself – Why do I need relationships? , – maybe because we been disappointed by a loved one, or we just can’t understand why do we need relationships, why do we need people? After all, we are born alone, and we die alone, right? Further I will show some reasons why having healthy relationships is better than being alone.

It’s pretty simple actually. Humans need each other. Humans that cooperate are better off than other humans. Relationships are imperative in humans’ lives for many reasons such as: increasing the emotional status, learning how to be a good friend or mate, and this way having a good life. Being in a relationship and not beloved-loved one, but any kind of relationship, makes us feel included, wanted and also provides us the feeling of having someone u can count on.

During our lives we will experience three types of relationships:

          1. Family relationships



We first learn about loving and caring relationships from our families. Family is defined as a domestic group of people with some degrees of kinship – whether through blood, marriage or adoption.

There is a statement and it usually refers to that period of time spent with family before going to school. And to be completely honest, this is how our life really starts: at home with family. And this life is the one which helps us to develop as humans. At home we learn to talk, to connect with the outside world and to develop ourselves as a unique being.

These are probably the people we are closest to and with whom we spend most of our time. Having healthy relationship with your family members is both important and difficult.

“Family” includes your siblings and parents, as well as relatives who you may not interact with every day, such as your cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents and stepparents. They always want your good, even if sometimes they get you as angry as they could hardly imagine. Even so, use your family’s presence to your advantage – communicate with each other, develop ways to value boundaries, and built trust and respect, because this is the main relationship you’ll ever have in life.


          2. Friendships


After we get out from the “bubble” called family, we go into society, and here we met new people, new faces. Why do we need relationships, you may be asking… Well, let me tell you why.

The greatest gift of life is friendship and we all have received it. Don’t try to fool me! I know u have a best friend! Without them our lives would be sad. Friendship is a type of relationship between two people who care about each other. Friends show their love in times of trouble, not in happiness.

I know you had a bad day, but I also know your friend called you and made you laugh. It is great, isn’t it? Your friend just made you smile. This is what we call – happiness – having a good friend you can count on. Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.

This kind of relationship develops us as a good person, helps us understand the team work, and also teaches us to put someone else first. Do you still doubt about this? I cannot even imagine where I would be today were it not for that handful of friends who gave me a heart full of joy. Let’s face it, friends make life a lot more funnier than not having them.


          3. Love relationships



Love is one of the most profound emotions known to human beings. There comes a moment in life when you feel that you need something else. You need something more than just a friend, and something more than just your parents. You need something to care about, something to live for. And here begins love… This is the moment when you realize that you have grown up and all those butterflies you feel in your stomach have nothing to do with the food you have just finished.

Suddenly, a new person appeared in your life and you know it is an important one. Maybe it’s the chemist’s girl or the boy that leaves close to school, but you my dear friend are… in love… Do not be scared since it is the most beautiful feeling one can ever experience. Here came the threshold of soul fulfillment. The old “just I” is gone and now you start to say “us”. There is no more one cup of coffee but two. There is no more that feeling of lack, but the one to fulfill.

I now you mutter Why do we need relationships? It is because you are just half a soul. You need another one to be entire. This is why you need relationships. These kind of relationships complete you, make you a great person and due to them you have a reason for happiness you have something to live for… You are complete.

Now, do you understand why do we need relationships?  Because they show us how to love and be loved as well as who we want to be in life and who we don’t. having serious trusting relationships allows us to truly be our true selves. We must be open to meeting new people and having spiritual connections will help us grow our faith and be able to inspire others to open us to new possibilities.

Just be yourself and the right people will be in your life for the right reasons.