If you’ve landed on this page, I’m assuming that you’re in pursuit of knowledge regarding Respect Lessons.
Well, look no further because the Respect Lessons listed in the posts on WhoDoYouRespect.com will prepare you to look your opponent straight in the eye and then do whatever is needed to defend your boundaries and gain respect.
My objective is to provide you with lessons in respect that are easy to understand and easy to implement.
That’s me, Cheryl Ragsdale, in the photo demonstrating my “Seriously? Are you sure disrespecting me is your best move right now?” face.
I’m sure you have a “fight face” too. But just maybe, you’re not using it as often as you should be to defend your boundaries and gain respect.
By the way, my face doesn’t always look like that. I’m really very friendly.
Respect Lessons – Where to Look
Respect lessons are woven throughout the posts on this blog. I coach people on how to defend themselves against verbal attacks from friends, family and people we work with. I also coach people on how to defend themselves against verbal abuse from strangers.
To illustrate Respect Lessons, I use stories that are current and popular, where the lack of respect is apparent. I also include stories where respect is freely granted. Honoring other people is an excellent way to fill that person’s bucket with positive emotions.
Everyone is Worthy of Respect
If respect is lacking in your relationships, reading the following posts is a good place to start.
Maintaining Respect Lessons
Gaining Respect Lessons
Reading is a first step. Don’t be afraid to take a second step. Please put my advice into action.
I would love to hear about what you’re attempting to do. I’d love to support you on your journey. Feel free to leave comments explaining your situation. I welcome comments and feedback on anything you read here on WhoDoYouRespect.com.
If you’d like coaching on something that you feel you need a game plan and strategies to defend yourself with, please use the contact form to get in touch with me. My rates are reasonable. By the end of the first session, there will be an action for you to take that will put you back in the driver’s seat. You will feel in control again..
“If you want to be respected by others, the great thing is to respect yourself. Only by that, only by self-respect will you compel others to respect you.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Insulted and Humiliated