Etiquette Respect self Respect teacher Respect professor school

Parents who teach children to honor their mother and father as well as
respect their teachers and elders will grow to gain respect from their
peers, co workers, classmates, and children and family. Learning
respect and manners in the home transfers to positive healthy
behaviors in all areas of life.

Teens, children, and adults must learn to show appreciation and
gratefulness for teachers and professors. Children and adults that are
open to feedback can truly learn, grow, and develop life skills. The
students that remain un grateful, closed, judgmental, and
disrespectful will find their lives surrounded by those who do no
respect you and whom so not admire you.

Teachers yield a powerful influence on youth.

Parents can model respect and etiquette toward teachers and set hood
examples for their children.

Parents can teach children to say: thank you, please, and I appreciate
your help. Apologizing when a student has been disrespectful or has
made an error by asking to be forgiven teaches manners and the fact
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Parents can teach children healthy communication skills and must set
boundaries in relation to respect so children can develop positive
relationshops at school, with peers, family and work.

David R Abrams
Life Works AZ PLLC
602 575 4030

Articles are not to be taken as a substitute for professional advice or counseling.