I recently spoke with one of my student's parents about taking their daughter to my chiropractor/ holistic doctor. I have been going to him personally for many years. They were there because their 8 year old daughter was having trouble with bruising very easily everywhere on her body. She was checked and tested for allergies. She has other symptoms that indicate allergies, such as dark circles under her eyes. She is a bright, happy child but is bothered with a few body problems and also has a bit of a hard time paying attention in school sometimes.
Manners, etiquette, politeness and respect are all words necessary for good relationships between people. Most often these are taught at home by parents or grandparents or family members. I think most of us
love to hear children say "Hello," "Thank you," "Nice to meet you," "I'm
sorry," and phrases which represent good manners.
What is the purpose of good manners?
We are all familiar now with this term. We hear stories from our
children, parents tell of these events, and even in the news, we hear
Just today, I had a homeschool student who has been experiencing
this recently and is baffled and confused by his supposed friend acting
this way. The unfortunate result is that his mom has to address this with
the other boy's mom, and basically end the friendship.