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    the meaning of emotional landscape

    Dear all,

    The following is a part of a passage written about children's emotional growth.

    ...With their first lie to their parents, the power balance shifts a little: they now know something their parents don't know. With each new lie they gain a bit more power over the people who believe them. After a while, the ability to lie becomes just another part of their emotional landscape..

    What does "emotional landscape mean? If lying is a part of it, what else are other parts?

    Thank you!

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    Re: the meaning of emotional landscape

    Dear all,

    Its it possible to rephrase "emotional landscape"?

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    Re: the meaning of emotional landscape

    I suppose you could replace "another part of their emotional landscape" with "another tool in their toolbox"

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