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Situations where the end goal is to gain someone's friendship or to strengthen it.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in France or French culture.
For questions about interpersonal skills where mental health issues play a significant role, and that do not require professional help to resolve.
For situations that concern married partners: interactions between the couple or external factors that affect their relationship.
When one has to interact with kids, whether they are yours or someone else's.
Questions about people you know but who aren't close enough to be called friends.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in Canada or Canadian culture.
For use on questions where multiple people are exchanging opposing views in a heated or angry way.
For questions regarding the giving, receiving or selection of gifts between anybody. Include other tags for the relationships between the givers and recipients (such as friends or coworkers) and cultu…
For questions about issues that take place in a situation where there are many other people around, ranging from strangers to close friends.
For questions involving interpersonal situations arising at, or because of, school and education.
Questions that are aimed at interactions between genders and/or to a specific gender.
For questions about communication specifically over email. Can be used with other forms of communication, as long as there is a specific issue pertaining to email or using email as an option for commu…
For questions related to creating, maintaining or breaking friendships.
For apologizing or dealing with apologies from others, as well as how to make one and also how to accept one in a certain way.
Questions pertaining to issues of understanding, respect, or tolerance of the faith-based practices of others. It also can address issues relating to the interaction of people of different spiritualit…
For questions regarding work-appropriate behavior and etiquette.
How to navigate the extensive world of online communication. For any interactions on general sites such as FaceBook and Twitter to more interest defined sites such as Stack Exchange and LinkedIn. Issu…
For questions that involve talking on the phone with someone.
to ask about interpersonal skills or problems focused on interactions within a group of people as opposed to a one on one interaction.
Questions involving unspoken communication like gestures, body language, or other non-verbal signals.
For questions about how to ask someone to an event, how to respond to being asked to an event, and related situations.
For questions about being assertive and confident, without appearing to be aggressive. It means being able to defend your own rights in a calm and positive way.
For questions about depression, or depressed people. If you are depressed, please follow the guidance provided here - https://interpersonal.stackexchange.com/questions/370/what-to-do-if-i-someone-i-kn…
For questions about situations where certain types of language play an important role, such as slang, informal language or swearing. This tag can also be applied to questions about communicating with …
For questions about issues that take place at a party, or at a party-based setting. If the question is about a general social event, and the party itself has no relevance to the question, then use the…
expression of goodwill upon meeting. When questions are related to civilities, pleasantries or salutation.
For questions that involve sending text messages or SMS.
For situations in which at least two of the involved parties come from different cultural backgrounds.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in the Australia or Australian culture.
For questions about the interpersonal skills used to navigate issues around sexual activity, including issues where there are sexual undertones. Not to be confused with 'gender'. When asking about …
For questions involving anxiety - weather that be you yourself being anxious or if someone else in the question/situation also has anxiety.
For questions pertaining to post-secondary education.
For questions about interactions with siblings. This includes both biological and step-siblings and any adopted siblings.
For questions about asking for, offering, accepting, or declining help.
For questions regarding race, ethnicity, and origin. This tag is not uniquely applied to racism or discrimination, it applies to any questions with the aforementioned criteria.