Mother's Manners by Chita Johnson

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This story, Mother’s Manners, is about how I acquired nice manners from my parents, especially from my mother. These are the same manners I have taught my children and students. This story depicts the value and importance of acquiring social etiquette from experience and practice on a daily basis. You will learn cell phone etiquette, social introduction, dining dos and don’ts, guidelines for dressing appropriately, ways to practice good posture, and the importance of eye contact while talking to others. People who practice having nice manners will gain confidence and self-esteem. The knowledge you gain from Mother’s Manners is character building, which will help you become a role model in order to pass proper manners unto others, especially your children. Mother’s Manners will show you how a young Southern girl changed her life for the better by practicing proper manners. Hopefully, you will want to learn this too.

About Chita Johnson

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Published October 30, 2012 by Trafford. 65 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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