When two or more people are connected and behave toward each other, we call that a relationship. Relationships can take many forms, but ultimately can be healthy or unhealthy.
In healthy relationships, you make decisions together. You can openly discuss relationship problems. You enjoy time together but can also be happy apart.
In unhealthy relationships, one person tries to make most of the decisions. He or she may try to pressure the partner into situations or refuse to admit hurtful actions. In an unhealthy relationship, you feel like you need to spend time with only your partner.