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Why should you not lie to your parents?


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2016-02-26 09:12:54
2016-02-26 09:12:54

First, they'll find out. They always find out. Second, lying does not do you any good, now or later.

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The reason parents lie is often to protect their children, or to protect themselves.

Just and update: I forgot to mention that the lie was about telling their parents that they were sleeping at my house when they were really down the other end of the country.

I'm sorry to say that parents do lie to you. And no matter how much they say, "no I didn't lie", there lyingThat does not mean to not trust your parents because your parents are probaly only lying because your to young to know or because its something you won't understand.Parents don't want to lie but sometimes they have to for your own good...

13 years old unless you lie to create one

No you shouldn't it like lying. If your parents taught you right you wouldn't ask.

Mainly to protect you.

Most teens lie to their parents because they are afraid of them. Some parents go overboard when they hear their teen child did something bad. If parents would actually take the time to listen to the child and understand in their perspective maybe teens won't lie that much.

You shouldn't lie to parents, it's not something that should be recommended about. You should sit down with parents and talk about the pros with your parents, then set up some boundaries to please them, I'm sure something like that will work.

hello and our parents lie of santa claus

so the parents would not know what or how they did the thing that they really did.

you should lie down on the chair because if you lie down on the floor you can get dizzy

ok...what u need 2 do is make an account with a fake name, whenever u get on, delete the history when u r done, and never, i repeat NEVER, get on when ur parents r home!!!!hope i helped!!! :)LIE LIE LIE LIE LIE!!!!

Parents lie when they say "Santa is real"

You shouldn't lie to your parents. They put rules in place in order to protect you and because they love you. If you lie to them it will cause you to feel guilty and then to lie to them more to cover up your guilt. Return home at the time they stipulate or you could find yourself in serious rebellion. It is for your very own good that there is a time that you should return home. If you have already done it, confess it, apologise and focus on obeying your parents. It will make your life much easier in the years to come.

You should never have to lie to anyone...

It depends on the lie. Stuff like Santa, the Easter bunny, and the Tooth Fairy don't count. Some other things can be negotiable. I agree that not all parents DESERVE respect and honor just because they happened to procreate. I believe that parents need to earn their respect, it should not simply be mandatory because there are some truly awful people who call themselves parents out there.

He did not. He doesn't tell his parents anything at all, which means he told them nothing that was untrue.

You can. I told my parents that i was riding my tricycle, when actually, I was sodomizing the cat.

it is easy, they tell you not to lie so they can find out your grades and have some kind of excuse to spank you with.

Parents lie to their kids because a parents job is to protect their kin for as long as they can. A good parent will go great lengths to make sure no harm is done to his or her kids.

Parents don't want kids to lie and be bossy or mean or anything bad really, but kids like to imagine and have fun. I figured out Santa wasn't real and I was okay with that. When I see other kids find out by parents and they cry or throw a fit. Your right, parents shouldn't have told then in the first place but kids like to imagine!

There really is no right thing to do. It depends on the lie, but if you're feeling guilty and feel like it would be best to come clean, you should talk to her and apologize for not telling her the truth. Since everybody lies to their parents at some point, I'm sure she'll understand.

Some children do, but you shouldn't. Lying is wrong, especially to your parents, or any family member.

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