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Episode Info: Has your kid ever lied about stealing candy from the candy jar? Or how about another kid’s toy from school? When you have a lying kid on your hands, it can be easy to fall into parenting habits that empower them to continue lying instead of solving the problem. Listen to today’s episode to discover Dr. Leman’s practical advice on how to handle a dishonest child.   **Special Offer– Sep 24 – 30: Have a New You by Friday ebook for $1.99 at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or wherever you get your ebooks**         Show Sponsored by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Produced by Unmutable Transcript Doug: So you go to get a few of the pieces of chocolate out of the cabinet and they’re all gone. And as you go to your son’s room, you notice all the chocolate wrappers are around his bedside. And when you look at him, there’s smudges of chocolate on his cheek, and you ask him, “Did you eat my chocolate? And he looks at you directly in the eye and says, “No Mom.” What do you do when you catch your child lying? That’s the question we get to ask Dr. Leman. Doug: Hi, I’m Doug Terpening. Andrea: And I’m Andrea. Doug: And if this is your first time with us, welcome [inaudible 00:00:37]. It’s so nice to have you with us today and we just want to let you know that this is for your education and entertainment purposes only. If the subject matter raises any concerns for you or your child, please go seek a local professional for help. Doug: So Dr. Leman, I get to tattle on Andrea. So, we have limited cabinet space in our small kitchen, but up in the farthest right top corner there is Mom’s chocolate. And Mrs Terpening is usually very, very nice, but if she ever find’s anybody has gone up and touched her chocolate… Have you ever seen- Andrea: Lights up. Doug: … that rage monster that turns into incredible fire, and laser beams shoot out of her eyes? And the children and I scatter for fear for a couple of hours. So- Andrea: Well you should, if somebody stole my chocolate. Dr. Leman: I hope it’s dark chocolate. Andrea: It is. It is. And every once in a while I will share a piece with somebody, but they can’t help themself. Dr. Leman: I got to ask, what kind of chocolate is it? Andrea: Well right now there’s some little Dove Bar pieces, yeah. Dr. Leman: Dove Bars, okay, I know what those are. Andrea: With little kind of a truffle. Dr. Leman: Are you a dark chocolate? Andrea: Not too dark. If it’s too dark then it’s too bitter. Not too dark. Dr. Leman: Okay. Well my wife has an interesting diet. She’ll go in and have a chicken sandwich in a restaurant, but she won’t have the bread with it. But you know, I know this woman really well and she and Andrea have an affinity for chocolate. And I can’t tell you how many nights I have been lying in bed and been awakened by a little tiny sharp pain on my back, or on my chest, only to find a Ghirardelli chocolate wrapper attached to my skin. She loves chocolate. Dr. L...
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