One Fact About Lying That Will Help You With Your Kids

One Fact About Lying That Will Help You With Your Kids This one truth can help you deal with lying in your kids: Dishonesty always occurs under pressure.  Kids need internal character to combat the external pressure. For example, some lie to escape punishment. They fear what might happen if they tell the truth, so

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When Your Kids Get Hurt, Should You Comfort Them?

When Your Kids Get Hurt, Should You Comfort Them? Your child is running and all of a sudden falls down with a smack on the sidewalk. What do you do? Do you rush over and pick him up? Or do you say, “You’re okay. Get up and try again?” Or how about just looking away

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Why Transparency with Kids is Important

Why Transparency with Kids is Important “Why are you sad, Mom?” Cheryl was trying to recover from the upsetting news she received at work. She didn’t get the promotion she had hoped for. But that wasn’t her daughter’s problem. Should she put on a happy face or share the situation with her nine-year-old? In this

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