Philadelphia, PA, October 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- For consistently demonstrating chivalry and educating men and boys on its value, and serving as a role model for today's young men, Steve Harvey, host of the TV program "The Steve Harvey Show," has been awarded the honor of "Chivalry Role Model of the Month" for September, 2014.
The recognition, presented by BringChivalryBack.com, recognizes those who offer and promote sincere acts of chivalry, grandiose or small, which demonstrate the positive impact that chivalrous gestures by men can have.
Mr. Harvey continually uses the platform of his popular television show to stress the meaning and impact of chivalry. He has demonstrated this to help relationships between husbands and wives, girlfriends and their prospective boyfriends, and even for boys who want to develop into better men as they grow.
Furthermore, Mr. Harvey also promotes chivalry from the perspective of women looking for a man to date. Often there will be women who state they they are having trouble finding "Mr. Right." Mr. Harvey's advice guides them to take a look at the kind of men they are seeking and to search for a man whose qualities are closer to what the women want in a relationship. One of the visible factors that can convey stronger character is the man's behavior and chivalry.
Relationship expert John Rasiej of BringChivalryBack.com remarks, "Steve Harvey does a great job of showing men that chivalry is not outdated, but rather is still an important way for a man to stand out. He finds way that can be humorous and entertaining but at the core he is spreading the message that chivalry is effective, and even that it's cool."
Mr. Rasiej adds, "In his work with men and boys at camps that he holds for husbands or for boys who could use better role models, he gives practical pointers that help show others how they can incorporate such behavior for a more positive life and more positive relationships."
BringChivalryBack.com aspires to rekindle the sincere practice of courteous behavior by men toward women. More information is available at www.BringChivalryBack.com and at the blog on that website. Mr. Rasiej may also be followed on twitter at @YesToChivalry and on facebook at www.Facebook/com/ChivalryMatters.