Dating etiquette for teenagers
The Holidays: the joy, the snow, the rush…the frustration, the bad tempers, the rudeness!
Here are ten tips to keep your cool this holiday season, and even spread some cheer along the way.
Back to top When you are talking to someone in person or on the phone, they can see the emotion on your face or hear it in your voice.
Just remember that the utensil furthest from the plate is for the first course, and moving towards the plate for the later courses.When you call up a friend and someone in their family answers the phone, introduce yourself and say: "Hi, this is [insert your name here]. If the caller asks to be called back, make sure you ask for his or her phone number.Back to top Sometimes, people talking on cell phones forget that they are around other people.Always include the following information in an invitation: the type of party (for example, a birthday or surprise party), who the party is for, when & where the party is taking place, and to whom & by when the invitee should RSVP.
If it is not appropriate to be on your cell phone but you are expecting an important call, set the ringer on low or vibrate and politely excuse yourself when it rings.Explain that it is an important call, and apologize.