When daddy's situation get's worst, the child will think mom lied.What a bunch of pathetic drivel. I provided you with several solid everyday examples of how always being 100% honest about everything isn't always the best course of action in a relationship, but instead of addressing them in a mature fashion you choose to accuse me of having no integrity just because I dared to point out the very real negative consequences that always being brutally honest can have. Just because I contend that sometimes there are instances that 100% honesty isn't always best in some situations, you pretend as if I've declared that honesty isn't important in any situation. I can only guess that you do so in order to feed your ego and own sense of superiority.
If honesty is REALLY so important to you then how about honestly addressing the questions I posed with specifics instead of a bunch of lazy platitudes. Like is it ALWAYS wrong to shield young children from some brutal truths until they become emotionally mature enough to handle them? If so, why? Is it ALWAYS wrong to not be 100% brutally honest with your spouse when it's clear that what they need from you is your support and not your honesty? If so, why? Is it ALWAYS required that you be 100% honest with your friend about his chances of getting a date, even if it means he misses out on the possibility that the girl might actually like him and say yes? If so, why?
Instead of responding with a bunch of smiley faces and things that make you feel superior to the rest of us who have to live in our 'alternate' world, how about genuinely engaging in an honest conversation? If you have any real integrity, I suspect that you will. If you continue to pretend like my arguments are some sort of godless excuse for immorality we'll know that you actually don't.
What else? Being honestly blunt, your examples were stupid, and as I said before, loved by you because it's the world you prefer - one filled with lies, where you can lie, and feel good to.
Oh. Don't get so riled. I'm trying to help.