Do you think that sometime parent can lie to their children and its beneficial for the kids?
No......as a parent, you are the first source of info, guidance , encouragement.........etc, etc, etc,
You should be gentle, yet truthful.
If a child can not trust their parent (S) for the truth.........whom can they trust? The possibilities are down right scary.
I personally believe that you shouldn't "lie" but depending on how old their child may be, and the type of question, stray away from the truth, and when the children are ready, THEN explain the whole thing.
Just like the little fishies in the river story....
Different people have different perception . . . I personally feel that sometime lie is beneficial for a small baby bcoz they haven't seen the world properly and knowing the fact could be unsafe. . .
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