21 Reasons Kids and Parents Tell Lies (EXPERT)

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21 Reasons Kids and Parents Tell Lies (EXPERT)
We don't want our kids to lie and we discipline them when they do. But wait,what about us? Do we lie

He may have been begging for a dog, and his parents were non-committal. In his mind, maybe if he says it often enough and with much emphasis, it will indeed be true.

Casting the wide net of blame is often very common in young children. A mother in a parenting class shared that when she asked her 3 year old daughter if she had wet her pants, she said “No, I am potty trained. But my pants wet me.”

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