Success Strategies ~ Respecting Parents

There are certain skills I teach my children for successful communication in my home. Two of the main skills are Following Instructions and Accepting No Answers. These are two of the basic skills for showing respect to parents and for learning how to respect any authority, even God. People who can’t do these basic skills are very noticeable in society.

However, learning these skills takes lots of practice and really goes against our selfish tendency to disconnect and disrespect when we are not in control. What most people don’t understand is that knowing how to follow an instruction or accept a no answer gives you all the control. When you, or your children, are pleasant and show respect then respect and trust are returned. This increases freedoms and relationship security. When a relationship is secure there is more love.

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