Teenage Etiquette – Etiquette Lessons for Teenagers – How to Teach Teenagers

Teenage Etiquette – Etiquette Lessons for Teenagers – How to Teach Teenagers


being classy is my teenage rebellion Rebecca Mackenzie the world would be a
much better place if more teenagers chose class over crass unfortunately in a world
where civility is on the decline teenagers don’t always see the benefit
of using good manners and nobody is pointing it out to them
good manners means complying with the rules of home school
work and team being a well-mannered
communicator treating family friends teachers bosses
and coaches with respect being truthful and having integrity
driving safely maintaining good hygiene and grooming setting boundaries and limits using
technology wisely and safely being kind and warm even when feeling
surly and rebellious using good table manners considering the
future thoughtfully to teenagers good manners means hold on a sec I’m texting I’ll get to it just bring me a sandwich in my room
what’s wrong with these jeans I don’t wanna do it I don’t wanna go oops I forgot you should see that
picture I posted online I said please didn’t I a recent Rasmussen
survey found that 91 percent of us feel incivility is a serious problem and
getting worse this same poll also revealed that 70
percent of us think people are less honest than they used to be I think the thing I miss most in our
age is our manners it sounds so old fashioned in a way but even
bad people had good manners in the old days and manners hold a community together
and manners hold a family together in a way they hold the world together
Nancy Friday without etiquette society at its best is annoying and at its worst is toxic
and dangerous etiquette protects people from being
sickened by others rude table manners jostled by an impatient grocery store
patron disparaged online by a troublemaker punched by an irate neighbor hit by a
texting driver a run off the highway by somebody
suffering road rage our teenagers deserve to live in a
society that is well mannered and peaceful and
allows them to seek happiness success and harmony if so few adults are using
good manners who is then responsible for teaching our teenagers the etiquette demanded to uphold a great
society the answer is you as a certified etiquette trainer for teenagers you will
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noble calling what better contribution can you make
yourself and to society than helping our youth be the best they
can be you can do it you have the power to affect change I
believe that individuals can make a difference in society it is up to each of us to make the best
use of our time to help create a happier world the Dalai Lama register
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