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Honesty is not Always the Best Policy I always tried to tell the truth but sometimes being truthful isnt always the best There are times when we might want to avoid the full truth or even tell a lie in order to protect someones feelings or prevent a conflict I believe we all have to lie or even obscure the truth once in our life There are three incidents that I can think of when it was best to lie and obscure the truth When my little young niece asked about her childhood fantasies such as Tooth Fairy or Santa Clause ever existed I didnt want to be coldhearted to tell her they dont exist When someone is ill and hospitalized it is better not to tell him or her the negative thoughts Negative thoughts have always struck down patients consciousness of fighting with illness When my mother asked my father if she was getting too fat My father had to lie to avoid a conflict and argument with my mother Young children are most likely curious about their childhood fantasies such as Tooth Fairy and Santa Clause We all remember when we were little kids our parents never told us that Tooth Fairy and Santa Clause are phonies As we are becoming adults now we keep the custom and lie to young children that Tooth Fairy and Santa Clause do exist Have we felt guilty lying to children about their childhood fantasies Of course not because we dont want to destroyed or disappointed childrens childhood fantasies We never heard kids obsess with their fantasies at their childhood or there are cases which childhood fantasies affect children as they grow up But we have experienced how disappointed children would be when they find out their childhood fantasies are phonies Childhood fantasies are stories that children need as they grow up It makes children have hope and expectation for their lives Therefore it is
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