Children lie for many different reasons: when children make untrue statements with an intent to deceive, make it clear that it’s not okay. Most parents think children lie to get something they want, avoid a consequence or get out of something they don’t want to do.
The Bigger Picture
Make sure children understand that honesty is an important family value that needs to be taken seriously. No one can trust lying lips, and the truth will always be found out.
It is important to have conversations at the dinner table or in the car that does not involve kids fighting, parentings yelling or nagging. Purposeful conversations start a real conversation and help your family communicate better and learn to share.
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