Teaching the importance of trust

Children believe adults, and the day they realize that adults don’t always tell the truth is a sad one.

By BATYA L. LUDMAN
March 7, 2018 21:18
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Illustrative. (photo credit: TROY OXFORD/TNS)

 
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