Hit or Ms.: Do We Really Need to Have Respect for Adults?

How important is teaching RESPECT?

Good Morning!

Here is a post I penned for Madamenoire.com on manners/respect and the comments have been off the chain. Let me know your thoughts and have a great weekend.

Just like Janet Jackson, please call me Ms. Karen or Mrs. Taylor-Bass, but certainly not Karen. We don’t roll like that if you are a child and under 25.

Is there something in the water or have children become too familiar with grown folks–thinking it’s okay to call us by the first name? Stop the madness; can a momma get a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T?
Respect is the notion of understanding that a high or special regard should be deferred to someone older. There are times when I feel that some kids are simply BeBe Kids dressed in nice gear with no manners.

Please read more here at Mademenoire.com and post a comment and share your perspective.

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One Comment:

  1. Congrats! This is a great article. I think children should be taught that respect and manners are as crucial as eating vegetables. Many children just want to be shown the right thing to do.

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