manners

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As both a mama and a certified life coach, I am all about encouraging children through self-discovery and teaching them ways
When you remind your child to use her manners, you're not raising her to be compliant, you're raising her to know how to carry herself in the world.
How dare you rest? How dare you fail? You think that's how you'll get to Yale? Don't play with other kids! They're rowdy
3. You believe you aren't making a difference. Everyone wants to know they are contributing in some way. If you are discouraged
They're just two words, but they mean a lot. Sure you may say them from time to time. Hopefully, you teach your kids to say them too. But, when was the last time you sat down and wrote a thank you card to someone whether it was for a gift or something nice they did?
Manners do matter. Whether its children spending the night at a friend's house, or emerging adults being dropped off for college, or perhaps even young professionals in preparation for an important job interview, we tell those we care about to mind their manners.
Until around mid-afternoon Tuesday. By then, I'm fried again, and it STBM. Ah, guns don't kill people, people kill people
Means: I want you to say "please." I want you to understand kindness is more important than always getting everything you want.
Convenience, speed and efficiency have turned texting into a primary form of personal communication for many of us. Text messages are becoming increasingly common in business for the same reasons.
Usually it takes two to tango; sometimes we dance alone, but we are always solely responsible for our steps. Most of our relationships involve multiple people. Although there are those exceptional relationships that are solitary - we have relationships with our environment, with nature, and most importantly with ourselves.