It’s no fun dating or living with a misogynist. If you want to lead a healthy and enjoyable life, it’s imperative that you take a long hard look at your relationship. Here are 6 signs that the man in your life is misogynist.
Do you have a problem with telling the truth? Are you ready to change your lying habits to create a new you? Here are five steps to start you on a journey to a new, honest you.
Some words of wisdom on the subject of lying by writers, philosophers and other other notable people.
Lying is not limited to family members or the person living next door. Some of the most famous people in history have been liars.
Lying can be devastating. Not only does it hurt the one who is being lied to, but it also hurts the one lying. Interestingly, there are a number of different types of liars. Here are 5 of them.
One of the worst possible things that I ever could have realized was the possibility that my wife was indeed a compulsive liar.
Let’s face it, no one likes to be lied to, especially by someone who we are supposed to trust. Perhaps something deep down is telling you that a person is being deceptive. Here are some signs of lying that you may want to look out for.
If you are a habitual liar and have decided that it is time to stop there are ways to stop lying. The following tips will help you take back your life.
According to renowned British Psychologist Prof. Richard Wiseman, everyone is born naturally with the ability to lie and every organism knows how to lie. Findings of Wiseman’s research showed that 40% of three-year old who have just learnt to speak lie. Therefore, lying is a very interesting topic in psychology.
Do you know a person who almost always thinks only of themselves, can twist any situation into one where they are the victim, dominates most, if not all, conversations, and generally blames their problems on others? If the answer is yes, chances are that you have a narcissistic in your life.
To be a good liar it takes skill and for the people who have mastered this skill they can easily do it with no remorse and very convincingly. The question for them is simply “to lie or not to lie”.
Compulsive lying destroys families. This post includes John’s story of how his relationship with his father was ruined by his father’s habitual lies.
Most people have lied in their life. Whether it was to protect feelings, avoid trouble, impress, or to simply get what they want, not many people can say they have never told a lie. However, there is one extreme type of liar that you should beware of; the sociopathic liar.
Some people lie to keep themselves out of what they perceive as “trouble”. Next time you experience someone telling a lie, think about why they are doing it – is it simply to avoid punishment?
Compulsive lying may be part of an obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). While some people engage in compulsive actions such as repeated hand-washing, in some cases, the compulsion is to lie.
Compulsive liars cannot help lying ‘even to their loved ones’ and if you have a husband with this condition and he does not want to seek help, then you are at a crossroads.