Supportive relationships are believed to enhance wellbeing (Cook-Cottone 2015b ; Norcross and Guy 2007 ) as well. It is important to make a distinction between simply having relationships and engaging in healthy and supportive relationships (Cook-Cottone 2015b ). An example of supportive relationships is the use of community support groups (McCusker et al. 2015 ). A counter-example is a relationship in which an individual feels as if he or she cannot say, No. This is related to the notion that an important aspect of healthy relationships is appropriate boundaries (Norcross and Guy 2007 ; Sayrs 2012 ).