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The Lies we Tell our Children aren’t What they Used to Be.

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My parents told me about Father Christmas, and I believed them.

As a small child, I excitedly visited him each year to tell him what I would like for Christmas, and I eagerly hung my stocking up on Christmas Eve in anticipation of his visit.

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