Individuals who treat others with kindness, respect, and compassion are better liked than people who exhibit boorish behavior.
We naturally want to be around people with good social skills and avoid those whose social skills are lacking.
Begin building your child’s interpersonal skills by teaching them to say please, thank you and you’re welcome.
Tell them to use “please” when they make a request. “Thank you” when they have received something and “you’re welcome” as an automatic response to “thank you.”