10 Signs of a Low Respect Level

  1. PREJUDICE … also known as partiality, prejudgment, narrow-mindedness, etc.
  2. GOSSIP … also known as petty talk, meddling, malicious talk, rumor, hearsay, etc.
  3. SELFISH … also known as self-centred, narrow-minded, egotistical, prejudiced, etc.
  4. UNKIND … also known as malignant, inhuman, inhumane, hateful, savage, etc.
  5. JEALOUS … also known as envious, possessive, resentful, begrudging, etc.
  6. MEAN … also known as small-minded, shameless, vicious, contemptible, etc.
  7. CRUEL … also known as vicious, spiteful, sadistic, vengeful, tyrannical, etc.
  8. VINDICTIVE … also known as revengeful, retaliatory, unforgiving, ruthless, etc.
  9. ABUSE … also known as insult, injure, hurt, harm, damage, impair, mistreat, etc.
  10. VIOLENT … also known as coercive, brutality, savagery, deliberate, murderous, etc.

Based on “Connecting the Dots … with the Respect Principle’s Respect Scale”

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier … The Respect Specialist

April 15, 2016

Raising my Respect Level was a healing process that took years because of the lack of such a device as the Respect Scale and the philosophy presented in Connecting the Dots … with The Respect Principle books, products, and services. The research, analysis, and development of the core concept empowered me to reclaim the parts of me discarded or oppressed due to lack of approval or support, including writing as a profession, to educate, inspire, and entertain through the establishment of my company … a social business venture, a for-profit business, dedicated to meeting the social need of raising individual and humanity’s Respect Level for the benefit of all people.

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Teachers’ Strikes … Teaching Disrespect to Youth and Children

Based on the Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE premise, teachers’ strikes demonstrate adults do not have high enough Respect Levels to resolve issues between the adults … the teachers, administration, and government in a timely manner … even though the impact is severest to youth and children.

And then we wonder why youth and children grow up with the mindset that important issues cannot be resolved without conflict and without neglect … the respectful diligence necessary to take care of the children and youth first and foremost … and why they have low Respect Levels for themselves … and their elders.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier

Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE author and altruistic entrepreneur … because every child … every person … should know, by their own experience, they are valued … RESPECTED. ©