Not all of them do, it depends on the social scene for which you belong. If you mix with unpolite people, your reality is this. If you mix with people who have a social code of conduct, this will be your world.
It seems that your world might suggest that this is the case for you.
Females will talk in a polite manner than men till the acquaintance becomes too close! If the person becomes as close as a woman's spouse, then all doors of politeness will be "close"d!
Women are by nature very sensitive and emotional. The polite behaviour of women can be seen as a God gifted nature and it reflects when they behave with people around with them. Men are more aggresive and politeness is generally not seen in them as compared to behaviour. of women.
I don't think so. It depends on the behavior of a person like how they raised by their parents and what kind of environment they have.
by Sarah 3 years ago
Is politeness really becoming rarer?we complain a lot but if you think about your personal experience with adults people still tend to be polite to each other. Maybe they don't know every rule of etiquette, and lets be honest, most of us don't need them, or know them, but they are polite. Teenagers...
by Cynthia 6 years ago
What is the difference between "kindness" and "courtesy" or "politeness"?This a.m. on Twitter I noticed one tweet that equated being 'kind' with being 'polite'. Do you think there IS a difference, and if so, what do you see as the distinctions?
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