All Blog Posts Tagged 'lies' (11)

A bunch of little liars

I once read about a Mother who was tired of her sons' lies. So, she told them that she was going to lie to them as much as they lied to her. For two days, she lied to them. She lied about plans to take them to the park, what was for dinner, that they could go out for ice cream, that she would get them that new game they wanted. Everything she said was a lie, and by the second day, her sons asked her to stop.…

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Added by Lauren Markman on May 13, 2016 at 6:40am — No Comments

War Against Complacency

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Recently, I became aware of a deep betrayal by a person very close to me. A betrayal that spans the entire relationship with this individual and has been the root of several years of confusion, anger, tears, and anguish. In coming to terms with this, I have discovered that key members of my social group were aware of the deceit and chose to remain silent. When I confronted this circle…

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Added by MamaMadHatter on February 26, 2016 at 9:29am — No Comments

You gotta stick with your lie

My son is not a good bluffer. Every time we play UNO, he lets out shouts of  "yes!" and "you guys are going down!" in reaction to the cards that he is dealt. And when I do catch him in a lie, he has at least a dozen little fidgety facial ticks and moves that gives him away.…

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Added by Lauren Markman on July 1, 2015 at 6:47am — 3 Comments

Liar Liar or Dreamy Dreamer?

I cannot be the only one…who attempts to find the balance between my child becoming a world-class liar and not stifling his imagination when he is sharing his latest exaggerated tale.  Don’t misunderstand me, I have very little patience for the, “I didn’t do that,” type of fibs when I clearly saw Sonny Boy squeeze toothpaste all over the bathroom counter, I am speaking more of the, “John’s dad came to school juggling chainsaws, he dropped one on his foot and cut off his…

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Added by Janice Perry on January 28, 2014 at 6:14pm — No Comments

I Lied to My Child

Today I told my daughter a horrible lie. She was sitting on her bed and examining her thighs. She stated matter-of-factly that she wished that her thigh was skinnier and the same size as the other. "Actually I want my thighs to match and be skinny like my friends."

I swallowed back a huge lump in my throat and convincingly lied to her. I said,"Sweetie, don't worry, your leg is swollen right now from the surgery. The swelling will go back down and everything will be fine. Now go get…

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Added by Parker C Quinn on November 27, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments

A Clean Slate

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A new year is like a crisp, clean, white piece of paper. It has potential. It has hope. It has promise. Anything can happen. And unlike birthdays when we look back in despair, on New Year’s Day we look forward in…

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Added by Barb Winters on January 9, 2011 at 5:29pm — No Comments

A Sin-Free Celebration

 

 

 

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It’s a party. It’s a celebration. It’s a special occasion. It wouldn’t be Christmas without sugar cookies, honey ham, and ____________ (fill in the blank).

We are…

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Added by Barb Winters on December 20, 2010 at 7:10pm — No Comments

A LOVE-WARNING FOR YOU

I want to post a love-warning to you guys. Be careful & be alert to what's going on in your mind. Your mind is a field where a battle can be waged. God has our hearts, but the enemy whispers lies in our minds. A battle can ensue there if we aren't diligent & active in our Christian walk. It goes…

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Added by LeadHership on December 14, 2010 at 8:24pm — No Comments

Behind Eating Issues

God has shown me that many eating issues go deeper than just making wrong choices. There are lies we believe that affect these choices. Lies we decide to believe. Rationalizations. Justifications. Validations. Excuses.… Continue

Added by Barb Winters on December 6, 2010 at 7:14pm — No Comments

Children keep you young” is quite possibly the biggest lie told to parents in the history of parenthood. Right up there with beating with leather belts will somehow discipline them in a good way! Fi…

Children keep you young” is quite possibly the biggest lie told to parents in the history of parenthood. Right up there with beating with leather belts will somehow discipline them in a good way!



First, the facts. Carrying a child, sucks out all of your nutrients, leeches your gums, ruins your breasts, mottles your once lovely skin tone and adds a layer of fat to your stomach that simply will never go away unless, of course, you go the surgical route.



On a mental health… Continue

Added by Rhonda Talbot on September 23, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Is it okay for kids to lie?

I always stressed the truth while raising my children. As a matter of fact, if they did something wrong, as long as they would tell me the truth about it, they would most likely not get into trouble. I always figured that they would face the consequences of their actions anyway.



The one thing I could never tolerate is lying.

Was I wrong?



I just read an article, "Why Kids Lie-An… Continue

Added by Harriet B on November 13, 2008 at 9:57am — No Comments

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