Sincerity is an essential value that every father and mother wishes to transmit and instill in their children we know that at some time or other the children will end up lying, just as we adults do it, whether we like it or not. Adults lie to get out of step, avoid situations or tasks that we do not
sincerity is an essential value that every father and mother wishes to transmit and instill in their children we know that at some time or other the children will end up lying, just as we adults do it, whether we like it or not. Adults lie to get out of step, avoid situations or tasks that we do not want to do or say
pious lies to be well with someone around us. And children, why do they lie? Why children lie
Children lie more or less for the same reasons, although their first lies are exploratory and part of a game later
they learn to lie to avoid punishment , a rebuke or avoid responsibilities of their age .Even knowing that lies are part of human communication, no one likes to be lied to and, as parents, it can be frustrating and irritating to know that our son does not tell us the truth.
There are times when we quickly catch the lies as crazy and bizarre as they may be, but it is not always that easy to know if what our child says is true or not. The first lie of our son can catch us by surprise because we do not expect that a being as innocent as a child of 3 or 4 years lies to us but lies at these ages are easy to discover. It is later, when children get older when they improve their way of communicating and therefore lying. Even so, and although there is no manual for parents to help us discover the lies of our children, we can be attentive to
some signs that will tell us if our child is lying or not. The 5 signs that indicate that our son is lying
These are 5 signs that indicate that our son is lying. When you have doubts about what your child is telling you is true or false,
he attends to his non-verbal language and to the tone of his voice ya, since it is common that when a child lies: Se 1. He laughs. 2. He is nervous.3. It turns red.
4. Your tone of voice changes.
5. Dodge the look.
The nonverbal language is very important because it communicates as much as the words themselves,
being attentive to the gestures, the looks and the tone of your voice
can help us to discover a lie or a half truth.
Of all the options to find out if our son is lying or not the best will always be give him the opportunity to tell us the truth about what happened. To do this we must be able to create a climate of trust and confidence so that they do not fear for possible reprimands for having lied to us. Remember that parents should be a good example, avoid lying or deceiving them, demonstrating day by day how important it is to be honest and sincere.