Raising Well-Mannered Children
Do you dream of raising polite, likeable, and friendly children? It's never too early (or too late!) to teach the fine art of etiquette and good manners to your kids.
“Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.”
Instilling manners in children can benefit them for years to come in marriage, parenting, business, and in their communities. Mannerly people are usually likable people, because manners signify self-confidence and respect for others. Proper etiquette can win jobs, attract friends, and influence others.
Like brushing teeth and tying shoes, manners must be taught. Children don’t inherently act charming—they must be trained, mentored, and disciplined in the fine art of etiquette. If parents want to reverse the statistics and build a better community for their children and grandchildren, they must start at home. Raising charming children can be frustrating and challenging, but the rewards are immeasurable, for both the child and the community in which he or she lives.
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