Do you ever worry that your children, who are growing up in the era of the smartphone, aren’t going to know how to look someone in the eye, have a genuine conversation with them, and display respect and courtesy?
I know that I worry about this a lot! But today’s guest, Devon Wellington–a mother, a developmental psychologist, and the co-director of the Northern Virginia Chapters of the National League of Junior Cotillions–assures us that there is a lot we can do as mothers to teach our children these essential life skills.
In this episode, Devon shares strategies for how to teach our teenagers…
- How to show appreciation
- How to make a proper introduction
- How to be present where you are
This is a fascinating episode with many practical gems–don’t miss it.
Devon’s Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/etiquette_and_class/
Devon’s Cotillion website: https://nljc.com/n/index.php/chapters/northernvirginiachapters/group
‘On Being’ with Krista Tippett and Greg Boyle: https://onbeing.org/programs/greg-boyle-the-calling-of-delight-gangs-service-and-kinship-nov2017/
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