Lying is bad. Right? Like, it’s actually bad. Isn’t it? At least that’s what they tell you from a very early age. Be nice, use your manners, don’t eat your boogers, and always tell the truth. I’m not here to dispute that lying is right, but how do we communicate the nuances of situations when we shouldn’t lie versus moments when a harmless little fib couldn’t hurt anyone. Where do we draw that line? More importantly, how do you communicate this to a 4-year-old?
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