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Easy Table Etiquette
Bread plate & water glass…Whose is whose?
Eating in a Theatre
When you see the ‘No Food and Drink” sign they mean you too
Confined spaces you share with others can be, well, cramped. Consideration for those around you can make sharing space easier
Empathy - Embracing and Modeling It
Roots of Empathy is a new concept we are finding in the classrooms. We need it everywhere though, don't we?
Empathy in Adults
Where empathy is not present, bullying prevails. If an adult does not know how to model empathy, how can it be taught to our youth?
Prior to the nuptuals and before the showers come a possible engagment party. It may be out of style for some but why not celebrate the exciting news?
Etiquette in the Neighborhood
While you might just see them as people you have to endure because they love their leaf blowers, keep their broken down cars in their driveway (or yard), or tend to be loud when you want to sleep, there are many reasons to be considerate to your neighbors.
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Etiquette on the Behalf of Children
When an adult comments that they don't like children, does that mean they were never a child?
When conversing with someone, looking them in the eye lets them know you are paying attention to what they are saying
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