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By busmonster / Saturday 12 September 2015 00:32 / United States - Alexandria
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By  randomguy76  |  14

YDI... There is no need to fool children into doing the things you want them to do. Tell them the truth and have them face reality. They will thank you for it in the future.

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By  randomguy76  |  14

YDI... There is no need to fool children into doing the things you want them to do. Tell them the truth and have them face reality. They will thank you for it in the future.

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  randomguy76  |  14

#35 Sugar coating is not necessary. Change what #32 wrote to " Don't get into strangers vans, they may be dangerous." White lies hurt our youth's understanding of the world.

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  Setareh23  |  34

Agreed. I understand joking with your kids a bit when they're old enough to figure something's up, but when it comes to actual life lessons about important and possibly dangerous issues, it's definitely better to go with the truth.

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  tomvertigo  |  17

Massive difference between telling a kid not to talk to stranngers and, sau for example, OP's post, though. Do you let kids believe in Santa and the Tooth Fairy? Those are white lies that perpetuate the ideal of everything deserving some kind of gift or reward for doing nothing at all...

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  chrisbeaudoin  |  26

Perfect name #2 eatorphansforfun

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  TheBelt  |  19

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  khoov19  |  20

parenting(or child rearing)at its finest...well done!!!!

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