About My Partner:
Good looking and good behavior And any time always love me In other words, not interrupting mom when talking with other (nearly impossible, I know!) and looking in the eye. (Read my boys post to see how we train this difficult manner!).
Teaching children proper titles (Mr., Mrs., Ms, etc.) is another way to lay the foundation for a lifelong respect for elders. I wrote an entire post on this subject, but in very few circumstances should a child call an adult by their first name.
Teaching respect for elders begins at home. If children don’t treat their own parents with respect, and view them with authority, then they probably aren’t going to show much respect for other adults. This leads into parenting philosophies (which I won’t delve into!) but bottom line: how we teach our children this will affect their future interactions with teachers, employers, even a police officer that pull them over for speeding (this is where “yes, sir” or “yes, ma’am” is very important!).
My Partner Should Be A Man
Age Should Be Between 18-18
Faith Should Be: Hindu
His/Her Height Should Be From 5 Ft. 2 Inch to 3 Ft. 5 Inch
, Marital Status Can Be: Any
His/Her Education Can Be: Under Graduate Occupation Can Be: Student Income Should Be Below Rs. 50,000/- Looks: Should be Extremely Good Looking He/She Should not smoke He/She Should not drink And My Partner Can have children