Recently I lied to my mother about a bad situation I was in when she asked me about it. She believed me, but I felt wrong and guilty for lying and for the situation itself. I considered telling her after things blew over but just not right then. A few days later, she asked me about it again and to please be honest with her. This time I admitted it and understandably she was angry and hurt. I'm truly sorry for what I did and even though she's calm now, she doesn't trust me anymore.
In general I don't lie often but I sometimes do in situations where I'm scared of getting into trouble with my parents. Past situations were me secretly helping out someone I used to be friends with who my parents didn't like, though the things I helped with were nothing bad. I admitted to my parents later on and it's over now since they were right to not like the friend. I hope to never lie again but in the last few days I've slipped up with a couple of white lies e. g saying I'm fine when I'm not. I am making an effort to tell the truth about everything, especially things where I'll probably get into trouble e. g if I haven't started my summer assigments or my chores yet. Is it possible to never lie again for the rest of your life?
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No, every now and then you come across situations where you will have to cover it with a white lie to not hurt the people close to us. It can be avoidable because it also becomes a habit later on.
But moms always knows when it comes to their children. It has something to do with maternal instinct - I suppose.0