When Young People Disrespect Their Elders


By Wanda Carter, Publisher

Respect is reflected in the manner that you communicator with others. It’s the tone you use when you speak. It’s the facial expression you use when you look at another and or the body language you present when you walk, stand, or pass another. Respect is making sure the response that you give, is reflective of the admiration or appreciation you have for another. If you do not respect yourself, it’s not likely that you’ll respect anyone else. Look inside, assess how you feel about you. If you don’t like what you see, change what you don’t like, then you may feel different about the person you see in the mirror. Create the person you want to be, then you may see others in a differently. Forgive yourself, then you can forgive everybody else. 




I have functioned as a Business and Media Consultant over the past sixteen years and spent many years developing my capacity to function in our ever evolving use of technology, communication, education and training.