Over the years, as we asked for more details, they were compelled to invent more, so the story grew quite elaborate. Usually their motives are mixed. There's never a point where the adults sit you down and explain all the lies they told you.
My grandmother told us an edited version of the death of my grandfather. I wouldn't want the first type to go away, and wouldn't expect the second type to. The principle also implies there are many shades of gray. A lot of the things adults conceal from smaller children, they conceal because they'd be frightening, not because they want to conceal the existence of such things.
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Despite one of the detectives being skeptical, the police accept their version. But you see the same problem on a smaller scale in the malaise teenagers feel in suburbia. Kansas Journal of Sociology, 11, Sometimes these lies are truly sinister, like a child molester telling his victims they'll get in trouble if they tell anyone what happened to them.
But we are called to be truth-tellers. Adults have a certain model of how kids are supposed to behave, and it's different from what they expect of other adults.
See also Acceptable Lies Argo, J. Procrastination Sometimes we tell what we believe are white lies in order to put off the discomfort or harm that will result in telling the whole truth. Much the same as other ways of detecting lies. Detecting white lies So how do you know when other people are telling white lies?
In the past, their psexec. When you're too weak to lift something, you can tell, but when you're making a decision impetuously, you're all the more sure of it. Conversion A further effect of the dissonance of lying is that we may even change our beliefs as we start to think that our lies may, after all, be true, at least on some level.
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It was not till we were in our twenties that the truth came out: The view of history we got in elementary school was a crude hagiography, with at least one representative of each powerful group. Every parent I know forbids their children to swear, and yet no two of them have the same justification.
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