The Scale of Lies

My five year old son and seven year old daughter are still brutally honest b/c they haven’t learned when or how to lie yet. They tell truth – good, bad and ugly. Until children learn that certain lies are socially accepted, and even, expected. As we get older we all accept an unspoken levels of dishonesty or as I call it a scale of lies.

On a daily basis the average person lies 1.65 times a day, according to a research study by Psychology Today. This seems like a remarkably low number and I wouldn’t doubt if some of the participants in the study were lying about how much they lie.

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