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ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS FOUND ON PAGES 58-63 1. State two of the most common lies. Lying can be divided into two types: white lies and black lies. A black lie is a statement we make that we know is false. A white lie is a statement we make that is not in itself false but leaves out a significant part of the truth. 2. What is the seriousness of a white lie? White lies are socially acceptable in many of our relationships because “we don’t want to hurt people’s feelings”. Yet we moan about the fact that our social relationships are generally superficial. 3. What are the privations from protecting the child from the truth? Parents often white-lie to their children to protect them, but such protections amount to deprivation, in that kids do not learn the necessary realities of life. The children are deprived of the knowledge they might gain about money, illness, drugs, sex, marriage, their parents, their grandparents and people in general. They are also deprived of the reassurance they might receive if these topics were discussed more openly. Finally, they
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