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Monthly Archives: September 2015

While lying is generally nothing to worry about for most children, parents and teachers can and should strive to teach honesty. In Connection Parenting [Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing, Inc., 2005], author Pam Leo reminds us that if we want our children to be honest, we must be honest. Honesty is best taught by modeling. Always tell the Continue Reading

Why do Some Children Lie? Children lie for various reasons: • Lying is actually typical, age-appropriate behavior for children throughout certain stages of childhood. Louise Bates Ames mentions lying in the book “Your Four-Year-Old: Wild and Wonderful” (Dell, 1976). Ames states that age three the child starts to lie and by age four to six Continue Reading

Boasting and Lying Acting is like lying. The art of lying well. I’m paid to tell elaborate lies. Mel Gibson Never exaggerate your faults, your friends will attend to that. Bob Edwards Webster’s Dictionary states to speak with exaggeration,excessive pride or brag, esp. about oneself. There is a difference between a lie and exaggeration and Continue Reading