Best of Profnet: When is it OK to Lie to Your Kids?

This time of year, much of the magic of the holiday season is built upon a little white lie: Santa Claus. As children — and their problems — grow bigger, parents often find their lies do, too: “No, honey, I never smoked pot.” “Of course, I never had sex in high school.” Etc. I’m working on an article about when — or if — it’s OK to lie to your kids. Are there ground rules for fibbing to your kids? If so, what are they? Subjects that are OK to lie about? Or, is just a bad idea? I’m looking for experts — or anyone else with a thought — to weigh in with advice and stories. Contact: John Campanelli, jcampanelli@plaind.com.

One response to “Best of Profnet: When is it OK to Lie to Your Kids?

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