Okonkwo's relationship with one of his wives is not good. When he gets angry at her he will abuse her.
"He pressed the trigger and there was a loud report accompanied by the wail of his wives and children."
This scene also displays how Okonkwo's anger leads him to do terrible things and making their relationship bad.
Ikemefuna thought Okonkwo as a father figure and they had a pretty good relationship. Until Okonkwo was afraid of being thought weak and killed Ikemefuna.
"Okonkwo drew his machete and cut him down."
Okonkwo didn't have a good solid relationship with anyone. When he followed his daughter and wife into the forest it showed that he does care about them.
"Tears of gratitude filled her eyes. She knew her daughter was safe. 'Go home and sleep,' said Okonkwo."
"But was happy to leave his father. He would return later to his mother and his brothers and sisters and convert them to the new faith."
Okonkwo and Nwoye never had a good relationship. When the white people came Nwoye converted in spite of his father. Both of them never put any effort in the relationship to make it work.
Okonkwo didn't have an good relationships. That lead him to being depressed and made him not think highly of himself. Okonkwo's relationship with himself was even bad because he ended up committing suicide.
"Then they came to the tree from which Okonkwo's body was dangling."