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Yes, even your little darling will lie to you at some point. However, some kids struggle with lying more than others. Feel free to print the list off, add your own ideas, or leave feedback on your success.
Children who are chronic liars often lie about bad behavior to avoid getting in trouble. If lying is the behavior you want to stop first, try giving them 1 minute. Tell your child, "You have 1 minute to tell me the truth.
If you tell me the truth about something you did bad, you will only receive the known consequence for example, 2 minutes of timeout — something mildbut if you lie about something you did bad, you will receive the known consequence for the bad behavior 2 minutes of timeout plus another consequence for lying something WAY worse.
This works because your chronic liar experiences lying as a way to avoid a consequence. Explain to your child, if you break the rules, there will always be consequences. But if you LIE, there will be consequences and then even bigger consequences on top of it. So just tell the truth, face the consequence, and move on.
The key here is not punishing your child over a prolonged amount of time. Give them nice, positive attention after they pay their time or consequence. Give them a clean slate and more chances to be successful. Give them 50 cents in the morning 2 quarters.
Explain to them that they are being pre-paid for a day of following the rules. If they lie about it, they give you the second quarter. If they tell the truth, they get to keep their second quarter.
This is making them responsible for their own behavior, still punishing them for breaking rules, but rewarding them for telling the truth.
If you end up taking the whole 50 cents multiple times, they will become furious with you. Remind your child that it is their choice, not yours.
And also remind them at the end of the day that tomorrow they get a fresh start with another chance. Always focus on the positive. Create a graph and put it on their door. On the left side of the graph, label it LIES. When your child tells a lie, start the bar graph and fill it up to one.
Explain to your child that for every lie they tell, you will be telling them a lie. This is the eye for an eye concept, and can get very troublesome, so use this one carefully.
For some kids, it only takes one or two lies to learn the lesson. Instead of talking hypothetically "how would you like it if I lied to you? Tell small lies to show that even small lies are hurtful. This can be pretty hurtful to your child, so be sure to follow this up with a good conversation about how much you care about them, how you never want to lie to them, and how you hope they never want to lie to you.Your essay isn't private, it's personal.
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