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7 year old finds out the Easter bunny, Santa, and the tooth fairy aren't real!
About the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny, and Santa Claus
Laura Markham answers a question from a mom who feels guilty about lying to her 8-year-old about the Tooth Fairy:. Most psychologists suggest that children need to know they can trust their parents to tell them the truth, even about things like this. In other words, when your kids ask if Santa, the tooth fairy and the Easter bunny are real, you should tell them the truth. We may feel we are crushing a belief that our child needs. When my daughter was five years old, she asked me if the tooth fairy was real.
Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Easter Bunny: The Magic
Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Easter Bunny are mythological creatures many of us believe in as children. We think of them as real and our parents encourage this belief. This creates a dilemma for the parent. Should the parent come clean? How will the child feel on learning the truth? How will the parent feel to watch the child wrestling with the death of strong-held childhood beliefs? These questions lead to more questions: Is the belief in mythological characters like Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Easter Bunny beneficial to children?
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Set about years after the book series, the film tells a story about Guardians Santa Claus , the Tooth Fairy , the Easter Bunny , and the Sandman , who enlist Jack Frost to stop the evil Pitch Black from engulfing the world in darkness in a fight of dreams. Jack Frost awakens from a frozen pond with amnesia. Upon realizing no one can see or hear him, he disappears. Three hundred years later, Jack, as the young Spirit of Winter, enjoys delivering snow days to school kids, but resents that they do not believe in him. North that Pitch Black is threatening the children of the world with his nightmares.