The Importance Of Lying

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Lying is an integral part of human development and it cannot be done away with. Somewhere someone right now is lying to his/her boss, teacher, parents, friends, etc. But does it mean lying is ok and we should just move on with life? Definitely no. There should be a line drawn somewhere so that we as human beings chose to do what's right and not what right for just us. That being said, we must know why do teenagers lie and how should parents handle their lying teenagers. Teenage is that period of one's life where the person learns various lessons and starts to develop maturity. So, it is imperative that our teenagers get all the important lesson the right way. A small research was done on 226 high school students and 261 college students in…show more content…
This one time his father caught him bunking the school, sometimes he was caught bunking the tuition too. His father was a strict parent and he stopped trusting him, thinking he would never allow him to have some fun. So, most of the time he used to lie to his parents about his whereabouts, and started bunking classes. Moral of the story If you worry about your relationship with your child taking a hit, then don't scold them for every time they lie to you. Start building the trust, so that they can live up to that trust and start telling the truth. If you always doubt your children, keep interrogating them, they will get irritated and afraid. If you don't want to buy them a smartphone at a young age, there are hundreds of polite/friendly ways to make them see your point. But, scolding them will only force them to think that you are against their happiness, that you'll never understand their needs, and they should just buy a smartphone and keep it a…show more content…
For instance, if a child sneaks out of the house at night, goes on a drive with his friends. God forbid, if they met with an accident, or their vehicle breaks down in the middle of nowhere, then the child will try every number on his cellphone but yours. But at that time, he will be needing his parents' help more than ever. Yes, they snuck out, it's their fault in the first place. But if parents have maintained an environment where even dropping a spoon would attract a lecture, then the child will never call for
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