In reality, it's because of the loss of old school etiquette that, somewhere along the way, abruptly stopped being practiced or, sadly, even preached.Do yourselves a favor and picture yourself years ago when your grandparents, or even parents, were dating. Old school etiquette will never go out of style and here are some examples of how: When you think old school, the first thing you probably think of is flowers.Children While I think that we can learn as much from children as we teach them, they still need to know that there are some manners and etiquette guidelines that they must follow to get along in the world.Here are my thoughts on a few of the old-school rules: Teens So many adults seem to be afraid of teens, and that's something that should never be.It goes without saying that nothing in life goes as planned and it's definitely far from perfect.
Meeting someone for the first time and navigating the first 30 days of dating generates anxiety for anyone, even for the most experienced of daters.
If only things were done and handled like they used to be.
It's not entirely that the new generation is to blame for why love and relationships are the way they are.
Tampering with this process and allowing our impulsive behavior to jeopardise the situation will only yield an unsuccessful outcome.
And modern technology and social media makes us even more impatient and audacious, giving us the permission we need to break the mold.