standard-title Get Some Manners
GOOD MANNERS are as important as good grooming and good behavior
GOOD MANNERS are as important as good grooming and good behavior. Unfortunately, however, in this day of confused standards, manners are sometimes sadly neglected. This is especially true of table manners.
Manners must not be stilted, self-conscious, or artificial. Therefore, it is dangerous to have one system, or no system, for eating at home or dining out. This is apt to cause dinner table insecurity later in lift.
- Why are manners anyway?
- What do you do when you meet someone new?
- I respect myself!
- Showing respect kindness to others
- Social behavior in the public
- Power words to remember
- Speaking politely over the phone
- Classroom manners
- Good sportsmanship
- Party etiquette
- Gift Giving and Receiving
- Table manners and helping at mealtime