Some people argue that etiquette no longer matters, that the rules for good behavior are old-fashioned and out of date. However, good behavior and manners are never out of style. Read More
Some argue that it is a good idea whereas others think schools are not responsible for teaching manners. Whether we agree or disagree we cannot deny that students are learning manners from us whether we are teaching them or not so don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you. Read More
Everyone should think thoroughly about what principles are running our lives, because we use those principles to make important decisions that will affect our and other people’s lives. You would think that when you live a principle-based life, all your decisions suddenly become a lot easier, maybe because you can ignore the stress and let your principles guide your decision making. However, life always manages to put us in situations where we cannot always do this. It’s just not that simple. Read More
Many professionals advise to try to ignore people's bad behavior and reward their good behavior in order to have better results. As most of you may already know, this is sometimes easier said than done. After all, bad behavior can be so irritating that it is difficult not to respond to, that is, to ignore. It takes real discipline.
Listen to what our members have to say about this topic. Read More
Despite rising employment figures of those with disabilities, we question whether the government’s effort to offer jobs opportunities is doing enough. Many of our members noted that the necessary government support is simply not reaching people out. So, are we really doing enough to help? Read More
We thought it was important to talk about this since we have many members from different parts of the world who have their own contribution to bring up factors that impact the different societies around the world. Read More
The objective of this session was to evaluate whether it is feasible for policy and law makers to examine and apply principles of well-being in a given society.
The only child is often subject to others' misconceptions about his personality, much like the middle child. But like most paradoxical comparisons, science has the ability to break down the personality and health of what it’s like to be an only child compared to taking on the world with a sibling or two. Does a sibling, or lack of one, really change who we are? Read More
A short guide on how to summarize. (Video included) Read More
This was a Discussion held on Skype on May 12, 2018 where we talked about the importance and priorities when it comes to helping one another. Read More