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Table Manners: What others expect

Table manners are essential in properly presenting yourself.

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Rudeness: How to Turn a Negative into A Positive

Rudeness is never acceptable, but how do you address the situation to turn it into a positive experience?

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Table Etiquette: Simple Do's and Don'ts

Table etiquette is one of the first things we are taught. Some things to remember.

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Online Dating: What to Consider

With the proliferation of online dating sites, here are some things to consider.

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Second Wedding Etiquette: Creating the Magic

Planning a second wedding can be stressful, but second wedding etiquette can help you avoid some faux pas.

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Save the Date Etiquette: Ensuring Your Event Date

Save the date etiquette ties into a lot of other types of practical etiquette including dinner invitation etiquette and wedding invitation etiquette.

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Rehearsal Dinner Etiquette: Make it a Success!

Use rehearsal dinner etiquette to plan the last big event prior to the wedding.

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Messenger Etiquette: How to Text Appropriately

Messenger Etiquette provides guidelines for the appropriate use of cell phone messenger capabilities.

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Meeting Etiquette: Creating Meaningful Interaction

Use Meeting etiquette as a guide to conducting those important business meetings.

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Japanese Etiquette: Understanding the Culture

Traveling in Japan it's impossible to overlook the differences in Japanese etiquette and customs compared to other parts of the world.

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Reception Etiquette: How to Ensure a Fun Time to Celebrate the Wedding

The reception is time for fun, but there are some wedding reception etiquette guidelines to follow.

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Mobile & Internet Etiquette: How to Be Effective

Internet etiquette influences the usage of the new mobile and internet technologies.

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India Etiquette: Understanding behaviors

India etiquette begins with understanding that the social order of things is very important here.

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Etiquette Stories: Tell us your encounters

Etiquette stories come from many different topics. This page helps direct you to the specific topic of choice.

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Importance of Manners: Its place in today's society

Examining the importance of manners in today's society

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French Etiquette: Being a cultural fit

France is a lovely country, and like any area rich in history and culture there are specifics to French etiquette and customs that one should know before traveling there.

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How do I sign a graduation card for my granddaughter?

Do I sign a graduation card for my granddaughter Grandma or Margaret?

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obituary from 22 year old relationship from widowers - is it acceptable or inappropriate

My dear 85 year old Mother dated a sweet man who just passed away yesterday at 90 years old. He was a dear friend of our families and came to every birthday,

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How to Gain Respect

Many people are focused on how to gain respect, but is it as simple as showing respect?

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Tipping Etiquette

Tipping Etiquette supplies what to tip your server in a given situation

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Having Respect for Others

Having respect for others is predicated on having an open mind.

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First Date Etiquette: How to create a successful first date

First date etiquette can be the difference between fifty first dates and getting that second date.

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Funeral Etiquette: Showing your respects

The passing of a loved one or dear friend is quite difficult. Funeral etiquette will help you get through it.

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Appropriate Gift Etiquette: What to give over a range of situations

Ever wondered how some people pick out the perfect gift no matter the situation? Appropriate gift etiquette will help you solve this mystery.

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Etiquette and Manners: Family Time and Holidays

Employing etiquette and manners when dealing with family will ensure a great time for all.

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