We all know that teaching children to tell the truth is an important part of parenting. However, if you’ve been doing the parenting thing awhile, then you’ve definitely run into kids from other families who believe that honesty is optional.If you emphasize truth telling in your own home, then your kids can be puzzled by dishonest behavior in others. They often make the assumption that everyone else’s family is just like theirs and it can be confusing and a bit shocking to find out differently.This can create an awesome teaching opportunity for you, Mom or Dad.First of all, let’s be honest right here. Pretty much all kids lie at one point or another. It’s a natural part of growing up and dealing with the human conflicts that beset us all. So if your child presents you with a falsehood from time to time, I wouldn’t worry about it. It is a pattern of dishonesty that’s a problem. And sometimes kids will meet other kids who have different values from themselves and they feel a need to ‘try on’ those different values to learn what happens.Hence, your normally honest child comes home and tells you a whopper after spending the afternoon… Read full this story
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