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Oftentimes, it’s very common to see children telling small lies on various matters. The obvious truth is that most children have the tendency to tell lies but it takes a responsible parent or guardian to correct them.  Telling lies is never part of children lives as some people posit. It all depends on the kind of training the children are given especially from home.  If you're a parent and you have a child that tells lies often, there are certain steps you can take to address such occurrences. Let’s examine them.

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Shweta Posted: Saturday, August 3, 2013 11:13:49 PM(UTC)
My son is 6 yr. old and his weight is 14 kg. Height is 97 cms. he drinks 1 cup of Bourvita milk a day, then in afternoon 2 chapatis 1/2 cup dal and 1/2 cup the evening againg a cup of milk with biscuits and any seasonal fruit. And at night 1.5 chapati, dal. What should I do to make his diet complete so that he can gain weight. He loves sweets.