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By skanula414 - / Wednesday 31 December 2015 19:00 / Sweden - Malm?
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i dont blame the guy for not taking her back, if i pleaded that i was not guilty for this long and was called a liar until the divorce, id have no reason to go back to someone who doesnt trust me.

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If you never hold a child accountable for their actions, they'll never learn to hold themselves accountable for their actions. Its a dumb situation all around, I feel like this is mostly an fml for the husband.

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Honestly if she is a good enough liar why wouldn't she believe her daughter. Also if someone is caught cheating they usually deny it. I bet she never expected her daughter to lie about something as terrible as that either for no reason.

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there has to be more to the story, surely she didn't jump to this extreme over one incident.. but the child would get a stern lecture if it were me, along with punishments

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Think of it this way. If the kid was telling the truth and the wife didn't believe her, what would you say? You'd probably still pick on the wife for ignoring the kid.

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She just made a lifelong mistake. My parents started getting a divorce when I was 9. 4 years later I wanted to kill myself due to it still happening and my parents loosing all their money on lawyers and having to move many times with both parents.

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I agree with you, unless her daughter was known to be a liar, it wouldn't have been likely that she would think she was lying, but she should've trusted her husband. But that is east to say when none of us are in her situation.

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Oh, come one! Children discover lying at the age of 2 and at age 7 they usually have a very good idea that lying is wrong. This kid was smart enough to use a lie as weapon of retaliation and it even stick with the lie apparently for month, even when she was seeing what is happening because of it. And apparently the girl does not give a fuck about her father as well. She KNEW what she was doing and she deserves punishment.

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I lied all the time as a kid, nothing this significant, but I still lied. I've heard of kids lying about one of the parents hitting them as revenge for things that didn't go their way.

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Children are very capable of telling lies. I know a teenager who as a little girl got angry at her uncle, so she made up a lie that he had touched her inappropriately and the police got involved and everything. They got pretty into the case before everyone realized she had been lying. Uncle never wanted to babysit her again. I also worked in a preschool and let me tell you, when children want to, they can make up some pretty big lies. Of course, they don't realize just how big the consequences could be for that lie

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#169, children lie all the time. They don't understand that lying destroys the trust put in them and that it is a bad thing. My five year old lies all the time when he thinks telling the truth is a disadvantage for him. ("Can I have sweets?" - "Did you get sweets at your grandparents?" - "No, they had nothing at all!" - "If I call them, will they confirm this?" - "Um, maybe I did have a little chocolate, but if was sour, not sweet.")

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Well I don't know about you, but my little sister lies all the time. She constantly tells my parents that I hit her and steal stuff from her if I don't do what she wants

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Talking dose nothing since a cheater will always deny it and it sounds like they did "talk".. Anyway, you need to use super detective skills to find evidence to either confirm or prove the suspicions to be false. Just remember that kids can be very creative and spin some very convincing stories when telling lies.

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No you fucking dumbass. You ask the child more questions about it. She's seven fucking years old. You could confirm through text messages of husband even if deleted by calling provider. You don't just take their word for it right away if they're seven yrs. old.

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#10 Children usually don't lie?? On what planet? And the girl already got a punishment she will feel for the rest of her life: Believing that it's her fault her parents split up.

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Children always lie. Trust me, I know. I used to babysit and the kids would always tell the parents that I hit them or I stole their chocolate or some shit, just because things didn't go their way all the time.

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Exactly. It's a kid. You don't divorce w/out doing a lot more checking. Credit card receipts, phone/text records, that sort of thing. If the only evidence you apparently had was the kid's word, then YDI. FHL, she's going to realize that she instigated this the rest of her life. And F HIS life...for having a shit daughter and ex-wife.

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