1a.) An interpersonal relationship is a strong, deep, or close association or acquaintance between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring. This association may be based on inference, love, solidarity, regular business interactions, or some other type of social commitment.
1) Patience: This is the ability to be calm and not be quick to provocation.
2) Honesty: This is the quality of being truthful and upright in your dealing with others.
3) Tolerance: It is the ability to accept others the way they are. Always remember that no two people can be exactly the same.
4) Make others feel important. Show to them how you care.
traffic regulation, control of the movement of vehicles and pedestrians, chiefly on city streets. Formal regulation of motor vehicle traffic was instituted in New York City in 1903; a set of Rules for Driving was issued by the police commissioner, and a trafficsquad was formed.
3) A responsible parenthood is simply defined as the “will” and ability of parents to respect and do the needs and aspirations of the family and children. It is the ability of a parent to detect the need, happiness and desire of the children and helping them to become responsible and reasonable children.
1. Teaching morality. Good citizens need to be people who act according to moral principles. Rather than being selfish or trying to deceive each other, they ought to deal in a kind and upright way with each other. Part of a parent’s responsibility is ensuring that they bring up the next generation of citizens properly.
2. Teaching social interactions. Being polite, making friends, and reaching out to others are all important things in society. Parents can teach children to be comfortable when socializing from an early age.
3. Budgeting and finances. In order to keep the economy of a given society going, the citizens need to have good control of their finances. Parents can help to get their children into good financial habits early on.
4. Showing children the ropes. A responsible parent will teach their child how to move in society: how to pay for things in shops and get the correct change, for example, or how to take public transport.