Boundaries For Respect in Relationships (EXPERT)

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Boundaries For Respect in Relationships (EXPERT)
You do not need to like or approve of someone to show respect for them. Be kind & firm in boundaries

Here are some questions for you to ponder:

1. Do you believe that all people deserve respect, no matter who or what they are?

2. Do you treat people who are different from yourself in a less than friendly way?

3. Are you intimidated by those who have more education, wealth or experience than you?

4. Are you afraid of those who look different than you? For example; in their clothing, race or body piercing?

5. Do you agree that most people just want to be acknowledged as a human being trying to get through the day?

Please share a comment or review. We want to start a respectful dialog.

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