The Relationship Between Interpersonal Relationships And Health Outcomes

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Abstract Interpersonal relationships are common between and among people in all parts of the world. Different theoretical models have been suggested to explain different aspects with regard to human social relationships. On the best-explained theory is the attribution theory, which argues that persons presume certain ideas that are associated with the occurrence of events and human deeds. The proposed study will aim at understanding the relationship between interpersonal relationships and health outcomes. Random sampling method will be used to identify the study participants from a target population. Data will be analyzed statistically so that inferences would be made. The project will take a total of 16 weeks and it would cost $220.00. Introduction Human beings have been developing interpersonal relationships, which are characterized by close interactions between two people or among a group of individuals (Longres, 2000). Research has established that the closest interactions among persons are found within family because they act as the smallest social units across the world. While people develop interpersonal relationships for various purposes, it is difficult to nurture and maintain such interactions. In fact, the desire to relate inter-personally is based on social commitment factors such as mutual love, inference and business relationships, among others (Longres, 2000). Laws, customs and/or mutual accords control associations, but they are founded on
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