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multiple17-Mar-2014ethics/moralityJessicaWoman99 by votes20252.6%


Is it important to behave around other people?

Having good manners not interrupting someone while talking etc.


posted 17-Mar-2014 4:21pm  
Yes. I like good manners, which has died for the most part. I miss the time when I never heard a swear word. I miss the time where men and women respected each other for their gender role.

I remember when men were men, women were women. I loved to see men open doors, moving chairs for women. I liked to see men stand when an elderly woman walked into a room. I liked to see them take the lead in their family, take care of the family. I loved to see women be gracious when a man opened the door, moved a chair for them. I liked to see women take their roles in the home, seriously, make the home a place of comfort, to be welcoming.

God, and Family are the root of a decent society. With liberalism, ungodliness, we are lost.
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 17-Mar-2014 4:33pm  
The vast majority of the time, I think it is.
LindaH Silver Star Survey Creator
posted 17-Mar-2014 5:09pm  
Usually it is important to be considerate. It isn't always necessary to conform to expectations, though. It isn't always inconsiderate not to.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 18-Mar-2014 11:06am  
I think it's important to behave well, at least in many cases. It shows consideration and respect for the people around you. Certain types of manners are more important than others, though. Listening without interrupting, for example, is more important than keeping your elbows off the table.
posted 18-Mar-2014 12:14pm  
Yes I think about this behaving when I am with a group of people not interrupting the other person or minding my manners at the dinner table as well not being a slobgrin
posted 19-Mar-2014 10:48am  
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posted 7-May-2015 8:24am  
My daughter constantly questions me about social conventions and why we do them. It's maddening.
they Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to LindaH) posted 7-May-2015 8:28am  
You know. In my previous comment, I almost typed the words, "I should have my daughter call Linda." And here you are: with the answer. I'm so sharing this with her.
LindaH Silver Star Survey Creator
(reply to they) posted 7-May-2015 12:12pm  

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