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Sharon Schweitzer JD

Modern manners, social and everday etiquette, including manners related to social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and Google+. Dining and wine, travel, social introductions and culture.

Constance Hoffman

As a professional etiquette coach and trainer, I am able to assist with any and all of your questions pertaining to social and business skills, party manner, appearance, communication both verbal and written, tipping, email manners and social media, and of course entertaining and dining etiquette.

Jay Remer

I am happy to answer any questions about social or corporate etiquette as well as questions regarding international protocol. It is important to practice civility. It is contagious.

Teri Davis Newman

I can answer virtually any question pertaining to manners and etiquette. I am a wedding and party planner in St. Louis, Missouri and I do weddings and parties all over the country! My brides are my number one priority as I understand how important their wedding day is to them! Any questions about catering and cooking for large groups. This would include recipes, cooking techniques, what to serve, how to prevent food poisoning, food storage and food integrity. I have thousands of recipes that are scaled for large groups and gatherings and will be happy to share them! If you are in need of professional assistance for helping you to plan your wedding, party or corporate event, please feel free to contact me! I do a limited amount of weddings and parties every year in order to make sure that I have the best service for my clientele. Feel free to visit my business website at this address: WWW.EXQUISITEEVENTSUSA.COM for detailed information on what services I offer. I have price point weddings for every budget--no matter what size and I am very specific about what you get for your hard-earned money.

Nancy Mitchell

Social etiquette; Business etiquette; Entertaining etiquette; Wedding etiquette; Protocol, domestic (US) and international; Flag etiquette; Dining etiquette; Restaurant etiquette; Spa etiquette; Travel etiquette

Cynthia W. Lett

Proper manners with friends,family,colleagues,neighbors and everyone else you know.

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2016-09-20 awkward letter:

I would word it in such a way that you convey that you are sorry for her loss but not to imply that she should be grieving or not.  A friendly "I'm so sorry to hear of your loss, if there's anything I

2016-09-20 This is awkward!:

Dear Jo:      Thank you for your question.    Because you don't know the specifics of your friend's relationship with her father in his final days, you and your remarks should remain general and neutral

2016-09-20 An awkward letter:

Jo:    Focus on your friend, not on the person who passed.   Keep your message simple and supportive since you did not have a very close relationship.        In this instance I tend to write a card that

2016-09-20 How to write a condolence letter in an awkward situation:

Dear Jo,  I understand your hesitation. Make no reference to the relationship between the deceased and your acquaintance. Just acknowledge her helpfulness to your family and extend your condolences. Keep

2016-08-18 Vests:

The shoulders of the vest should always lie flat against your body and below any collar points.  If you’re wearing the vest with a suit coat, the V-shape of the vest should be narrower enough that the

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