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good manners

Long before we had Trump to fight each other about, the Internet went to war over children - specifically the banning of children from public spaces like restaurants. But here's the thing - this issue isn't really about bad kids, it's about bad parents. And that's not a good enough reason to ban good kids and good parents.
Undoubtedly you've seen the words RSVP printed on wedding, birthday party, or similar invitations -- but do you truly know what RSVP means in English, and how these words should be interpreted?
We have one dad in boy's baseball who, when asked to help out as volunteer umpire, was happily willing to bend the rules in favour of his child's team. What sort of example do you set for your child when he sees his dad make clearly incorrect calls to ensure his team wins?
Ah, men. It's so hard to be us, isn't it? We are expected to be sensitive and, at the same time, masculine as all heck. What's a man to do? Well, in this day in age, there are several things men need to be doing that many are sadly avoiding. Here's five things men need to do.
A bit of planning leading up to a holiday party is the key to quelling any hosting anxieties. (An extra shot of rum in the
No matter how curious you are about what your ex is up to, there's never any good that can come out of scrolling through his/her Facebook page. Let go of this bad habit and let go of the ex so that you can move on to better things.
It seems that men over the age of 30 (give or take) tend to allow women to enter and exit the elevator first. On the other hand, younger men tend to exit and enter based on order. Personally I don't mind either way. I'm more concerned with the thought that chivalry is dead.