All Blog Posts Tagged 'lie' (3)

Why Do Older Children and Teens Lie to Their Parents?

Parents it is very important that you have a continuous relationship with their child as they are growing up so that when your child becomes a teenager, you will know them well enough to determine when they aren’t telling you the truth.  Kids will tell you a story if they think that they can get away with it.…

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Added by Christy Garrett on February 25, 2013 at 4:32pm — No Comments

What is Food?

Many people I converse with about food will admit to some sort of eating problem. Some laugh it off . . . and some cry. But it is obvious that an escalting problem in today’s society of plenty is how we deal with food. Our minds reel with questions: What should I eat? What shouldn’t I eat? How much should I eat? Why should I eat that? Why shouldn’t I eat that? We meditate on it. We mull it over. We munch on it (pun intended). We toss the questions around until we feel as if we are on a…

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Added by Barb Winters on December 14, 2010 at 1:59pm — No Comments

Confession: I lie about my age

In real life, I'm 23 years old.



Yes, I'm 23 and I'm a mother and I'm married and WHAT?



I know, I get it all. the. time.





"Wow you look so young to have a baby!"

"Yeah, I'm, um, 23."

"Oh. Yeah...well...you are young to have a baby."





"Oh my gosh you have a baby? You look like you're 18!"






And then comes the questions: Am I married? When did I get married? Why? Was it an accident? Are you working? Still… Continue

Added by Michelle Horton on November 27, 2009 at 7:33am — No Comments

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