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Majority of Parents Lie to Their Kids, Study Finds

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January 24, 2013
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A study done by the University of California concluded what you've probably suspected: your parents lied to you. Researchers say lies are tools parents use to correct children and get their behavior in line with what's considered normal. Although they did say parents should be careful about that.


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