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Is Bad Mannerism & Etiquette Costing Us Strong Families?

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There is no doubt times have changed, and along with time have the modes and mediums of communication also.  Even the styles and ways we dress for success have made some eye-popping and jaw-dropping changes.  But are those, in most cases, convenient and relevant changes grounds for some of the disruptions in social interactions we are seemingly forced to bear?  Could the more frequent fights and disruptions within the modern family be a result of lack of respect (especially for elders), which is consequently a breakdown in healthy communication, and ultimately the product of our decision to abandon proper mannerism and etiquette?

Today we choose to label the disruptions described earlier by "high-end clinical" terms such as communication breakdown, lack of people skills, social deficits, personality disorders, or personality conflicts.

Deborah King, AICI CIP, CPC is President of Final Touch Finishing School.  Her passion is to equip people from all walks of life with the necessary skills to move confidently from the informal to the formal with ease and grace.  She teaches how to evaluate each social and business circumstance, as well as how to respond with appropriate poise and manners based on a variety of cultural considerations.  Deborah has over 35 years of experience in the civility, etiquette, and image industry.

Join Deborah and I as we discuss the issues we face as a culture, results they produce, and the transforming solutions she teaches her clients of all ages, genders, and creeds.