Template:Close relationships/doc

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Please add article links to the appropriate categories and in alphabetical order. This template is intended to list links to Wikipedia articles dealing with various forms and aspects of contemporary relationships. The idea is for readers to quickly find information about their own current relationships. Articles listed in the template should fall into the following categories:

  • types of close relationships (e.g., friendship, family, marriage);
  • forms of marriage (e.g., monogamy, polygamy, polyandry, polygyny);
  • alternative forms of close relationships (e.g., polyamory, swinging, open marriage);
  • positive aspects of close relationships (e.g., attachment, bonding, love, sexuality);
  • negative aspects of close relationships (e.g., domestic violence, jealousy, infidelity); and
  • endings of close relationships (e.g., separation, divorce, widowhood).


This template includes collapsible lists.

  • To set it to display all lists when it appears (i.e. all lists expanded), use:
  •  {{Close relationships/doc |expanded=all}} or, if enabled, {{Close relationships/doc |all}}  (i.e. omitting "expanded=").
  • To set it to display one particular list while keeping the remainder collapsed (i.e. hidden apart from their headings), use:
  •  {{Close relationships/doc |expanded=listname}} or, if enabled, {{Close relationships/doc |listname}}
  • …where listname is one of the following (do not include any quotemarks):
    • types
    • activities
    • endings
    • emotions
    • practices
    • abuse
  • For example, {{Close relationships/doc |expanded=practices}} or, if enabled, {{Close relationships/doc |practices}}

See also

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