Is it important to interact with other people in a good manner?
It is always important to have manners and treat people with respect It can be very difficult at times because everyone is in a rush and often are so rude and disrespectful. I was raised to have manners and when I use them I respect my Mother and Grandmother who are no longer with me. We lived in a civilized nation and manners are an outward symbol of that. Dee
It kind of depends on the situation. If you are a curmudgeon to everyone you meet, you will be known as such. If you are polite, you will be known as that, too.
If you are referring to the internet, just remember: You usually get what you give.
For me, how I treat others, no matter the situation, is more important to myself than those with whom I interact. If I am courteous, I generally feel better about myself. If I am rude or impolite, I feel uneasy after all is said and done. (Maybe not right away- sometimes I enjoy being curt, but it always comes back to haunt me later).
Yes. Something that has been lost in society is the fact that each person has to account for their own actions and attitude. That being said, how you interact with people reflects on you, not them. They have their own issues to cope with. We all need to concern ourselves with our own manners and not those of others.
It is always important to interact with other people in a good manner. Show respect and friendliness always this shows the kind of character you have and a good attitude takes you a long way.
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