i think that almost all the children are lying, you know and even if you raise your child in the best way and your child is really very kind and knows all the rules and everything like that i think that sometimes he still may lie you because children are afraid sometimes of their parents and of their reaction, maybe they do not want to upset their parents, i think that there may be lots of reasons for that but i think that you shall understand that you shall not close your eyes on it, in my opinion you shall realise that it is a very important thing and you shall pay lots of attention to it and make everything in order your child not lie you in the future. that is what i think about it.
Usually, small children begin to tell lies at about the age of three - at which time they are actively developing speech and imagination. Child psychologists who have been studying the problem of children's lies for decades have said that the first unconscious deception that "the candy that was given out after breakfast swept away the mouse" is not a reason to sound an alarm, on the contrary, it is a sign that your child is getting older. But to leave such fictions without attention, too, is not worth it, otherwise they can gradually develop into a habit of telling lies. Most parents, faced with childish deception, rush to punish the little liar in the hope that he will no longer tell lies. You cannot do this in any case! Afraid of punishment, the child will only become locked in him, learn to cunning and dodge. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to wean a child to tell lies. All of them are aimed at ensuring that your relationship with the child is calm and trustworthy. Then the need to deceive will disappear by itself. The game - a wonderful way to clearly explain to the baby that it is not true to say lies. Agree with your baby that he will be a true rabbit, and you are a cunning fox. Offer your "bunny" to exchange a wrapper from under the chocolate for his new toy. Say that the wrap is good, but nobody needs a toy. Children certainly will not arrange the terms of exchange.
Recognize why younger children lie. In early childhood development, children have not been impacted and guided by the social mores of right and wrong, good and bad. A fibbing child at this age is doing so to either appease an adult, exaggerate a story to impress someone, or because they have forgotten something. The child may not even be aware that he has done anything wrong. Accept that lying is a modifiable behavior. Catching your child in a lie does not mean he is bound to be a sociopath. Lying is just one of many ways children explore the world and the reactions/expectations of others. Lying is learned through trial and error.
Praise truth-telling. How you respond to lying in the moment often determines whether your child will keep up the behavior. While you shouldn't overlook episodes of lying, try to avoid demonstrating anger or frustration with your young child. Doing so may inadvertently cause the behavior to continue. Instead, focus more on situations when you notice your child being truthful. Highlight the positives associated with being honest and congratulate your child on her honesty. Use words like "awesome", "excellent", or "great job" when praising your child for telling the truth. Always be clear about what you are praising your child for so that she knows which behaviors result in positive consequences.
Wow to be honest before this certain conversation I was absolutely confused about this question and what to do in such situations. Here I have found the right advice that I might teach the importance of honesty through stories. Use stories as a way to reinforce the benefits of being truthful. Most children's stories have a moral that can be discussed. Use your child's reading time to outline the significance of telling the truth by pointing out the consequences in different characters' lives for either lying or being honest and doing the right thing. I liked it, thank you so much)))))
Noticing a pattern of lying in your child can be a frustrating and frightening experience. You wonder if your parenting has caused your child to develop this unhealthy behavior. You secretly worry if your child will become an adult pathological liar. Rest assured, lying is a common and normal part of childhood development. Still, there are strategies you can apply to keep the lying at bay. Recognize why younger children lie. In early childhood development, children have not been impacted and guided by the social mores of right and wrong, good and bad. A fibbing child at this age is doing so to either appease an adult, exaggerate a story to impress someone, or because they have forgotten something. The child may not even be aware that he has done anything wrong.
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