Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use.    Emily Post



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Most teens (and adults) would go to great lengths to avoid being labeled socially awkward. What is it about some people that make them appear so confident and gracious? Learning a few of life’s finer social skills can go a long way in enhancing your charm. Would you bet your allowance on which is the proper fork to use at a formal dinner? Can you write a formal thank you note or dance the Waltz? There are 15 competencies to help you be socially savvy.

RSVP to an Invitation
Write a Thank You Note
Make an Introduction
Social Networking
Table Manners
Solve Conflict with Effective Communication
Social Dance
Appreciate Diversity
Make Good Decisions
Make a Personal Appointment
Time Management
Just Say No
Manage Anger
Healthy Relationships

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