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With me being a Nana now, I feel it is very important to be honest with my grand child about certain things in life. (Ex:)The real true meaning of Easter, etc...Do you feel our children and grand children need to know the real truths about myths, Fables, etc... or do you feel we should continue in the lies we were brought up on about certain things?


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      Sue Allemand wrote Mar 13, 2009
    • Yep - I agree...  if they ask, I wouldn’t lie.  But the naiveness, mystery, fantasy & fun don’t last long - I say let them have it while they can.  Reality hits us all too fast - they’ll have the rest of their lives to deal with what’s “real“.

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      40real wrote Oct 12, 2009
    • The truth is certainly important but remember that your truth is just that - your truth. If you are going to mold a child around that truth, make sure that you actually believe it first, and that it isn’t simply what you believe because it was what your parents believed and their parents believed, etc. You know, the way it has always been done.  

      The SPARK! Coach

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