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My husband the father of my children passed in 2009. I noticed some time after that my son was lying a lot. My son is now 18 and the lying hasn’t stopped. He lies about everything. The other day when I got home one of the kids had done the dishes. I asked my son who did the dishes? He said his sister did. When I said something to her about the dishes turns out he lied. He had done the dishes. I don’t understand why anyone would lie like this. I taught my children the importance of being honest and trustworthy and l have done my best to lead by example which makes this extreamly frustrating. Please help me help him fix this.

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Dr. Kevin Skinner

Dr. Kevin Skinner

Dr. Kevin Skinner is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has been helping individuals and families for over 20 years. He is the co-founder and Clinical Director of Path Wellness which owns Bloomforwomen.com, Pathformen.com, Addo Recovery, BrighterMornings.com and parentguidance.org. Along with co-founding Path Wellness, Dr. Kevin Skinner is a core faculty or IITAP (The International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals), training therapists around the world.

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