Civility by Diana Olson:

“To be civil — to behave, that is, in a manner that takes into consideration the feelings and comfort of others — means practicing the art of giving. By treating you the best way I know how, I appeal to the best in you urging you to do the same. The practice of civility is the applying of gentle force with the goal that everybody be a winner in the delicate game of social exchange.” Dr. P.M. Forni. “Choosing Civility”

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?Manners

?Joy

?Relationships

?Thoughtfulness

?Validation

?Communication

?Empathy

?Courtesy

?Politeness

?Fairness

?Self-control

?Concern

?Tolerance

?Selflessness

?Equality

?Sincerity

?Morality

?Trustworthiness

?Compassion

?Propriety

?Peacefulness

?Inclusive

?Restraint

?Attentiveness

?Sensitivity

?Gratitude

?Solidarity

?Good Citizen

?Harmony

?Positive

?Contentment

?Self-reliance

?Common sense

?Love

?Understanding

?Gentle Force

?Serenity

?Ethical

?Dignity

?Appreciative

?Compliment

?Generosity

?Compromise

?Flexible

?Social Harmony

?Pleasant

?Punctuality

?Patience

?Interest

?Reasonable

?Gratefulness

?Tranquillity

?Calmness

?Kindness

?Consideration

?Respectful

?Responsibility

?Supportive

?Listening

?Acknowledgment

?Praise

?Agreeable

?Apology

?Goodness

?Welcoming

?Decency

?Forgiveness

?Moderation

?Virtue

?Commitment

?Gracious


DIANA OLSON, MA AICI CIP, Etiquette & Image Consultant, is available for consultations, workshops, and seminars. Diana can be contacted at (626) 584-9761 or diana@dianaolson.com

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