RESPECT MEANS TREATING PEOPLE, THEIR PLACES, and THEIR THINGS THE WAY YOU WANT YOU AND YOURS TO BE TREATED

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.

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TO RESPECT MEANS TO VALUE … NOT LOVE, LIKE, ADMIRE, APPROVE OF, ETC.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.

If one has to earn respect … being valued … that is many other things, but not respect.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.

“A problem child is only a problem until …

“A problem child is only a problem until he or she receives what they need to overcome his or her challenges to thrive.”

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.

When People We Love …

When people we love won’t accept their contribution to a relationship’s problems, the respectful thing to do is forgive them and let them be where they are in their own healing … nonetheless, keeping our hearts open … because that’s what love does.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.

RESPECT as a GLOBAL PRINCIPLE DEMONSTRATES

RESPECT as a GLOBAL PRINCIPLE DEMONSTRATES our adult commitment to next and future generations.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS … BOOKING, RATES, FEEDBACK

SURVEY FEEDBACK

1. “Motivated and educated. Good direct speaker. Energetic, reasonable, and realistic.” 2. “Great speaker. Good listener as well.” 3. “I believe many many should take this course. The speaker (Kaitlin) was fluent in what she was saying. You taught me something new and I am grateful that you were here and shared your story. THANK YOU!!!” 4. “Gave me extra motivation. Actually made me look at my insides. Would have liked the talk to go longer.” 5. “Taught me to respect myself, take some time out and eat well. Motivated me and gave me more hope to succeed and makes me wish my friend was here to listen. Thank you. Your talks hit home!” 6. “It has reinforced that I have some personal issues to resolve NOW or I will repeat the same mistakes. I needed to hear this especially now. Thank you!”

RATES

Currently only available on weekends Toronto and Greater Toronto Area

Transportation costs included unless other negotiated

$1000.00

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Contact initially by email to kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com

Thank you for your interest in making everyone’s world a better place by helping to make respect … being valued … something is entitled to simply for being a life.

Sincerely, Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Activist Author Poet Playwright Speaker

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.

“A Little Darker or A Little Brighter”

“… I realize that the hurt that passed through them to me is a more epic moment of opportunity than I ever realized. That hurt can pass through me and be unleashed on others. Or, it can be stopped by me, right here, right now. The world can become a little darker or a little brighter just by the choice I make in this moment.” Quoted from Lysa Terkeurst’s “Forgiving What You Can’t Forget”

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process. The school and community play to promote the adoption of respect as a principle rather than just a discretionary value is now available as is concept, creator, and architect of the Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle global initiative for speaking engagements. Email kaitlinanntrepanier@yahoo.com.