Our expert says:
SOme people mistakenly assume that every child always tells the absolute truth, and this is not so. Children also fantasize and have lively imaginations, and may also miscommunicate what they are wanting to say. But especially in a child so young, if they were exaggerating or inventing some story, it'd be rather obviously unrealistic. On most things they are likely to be truthful. If there is any real doubt, they should be seen and assessed by a child psychologist. Only such an expert assessor could be reasonably sure in such a case, and would also be able to help intervene usefully so as to protect the child
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