What do you tell the children?
What should you do when your ex-husband stops carrying on traditions such as the tooth fairy and santa after divorce?
the truth is always the best way to go for me.but if they are too young to understand is very hard situation.
The early the truth is understood may be in any means the easier the life becomes.We always go by our calculations in life but should not make one depend on any false thoughts and in any way or the other the truth should be revealed to them. I always prefer that the truth that is beneath in my heart should be shared with the person who might also be affected by the same by me before he knows it from someone else.
Yes, I agree with the other hubbers. Reveal the truth to your kids is better than having carrying on the myths. Although it will be heartbreaking to see them cry....
by Dawn Michael 6 years ago
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by rikabothra 12 months ago
Hi everyone,Here's a thought...We have been taught to speak the truth, but it is right to do so in the cost of hurting/harming someone? Especially if that someone is a person we care for? It is one of the biggest dilemmas, what do you think?
by Patricia Scott 4 years ago
Is it okay to tell children there is Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Easter Bunny?Share your thoughts please.
by John 5 years ago
So I have a six-year-old daughter who constantly lies. It has gotten to the point where I can't believe a word that comes out of her mouth. I've tried very hard to teach her how important telling the truth is and that it is a safety issue, but nothing is helping. I've just set up an appointment for...
by Linda Lum 2 years ago
Did any of you choose to not tell your children that there is a Santa, Tooth Fairy, or Easter Bunny?We tell our children that they should be honest--not lie. How do you rectify that with telling them the Christmas/Easter/Tooth lies?
by jaydawg808 22 months ago
Is it better to lie than to hurt someone's feelings for being honest?
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