When it comes to healthy relationships, there is no one-size-fits-all advice.
A good relationship is more than something we want—it’s something we need to be our happiest, healthiest, most productive selves. But at home or work, supportive, fulfilling relationships don’t come automatically. They take an investment in time and energy as well as social skills that can be learned.
If you are lonely, long for close friendships or a better understanding of co-workers, or if romantic relationships have disappointed you, there are steps you can take to repair old connections and build meaningful new ones.