If someone is lying to you, then you must understand they do so, to try to
protect you - or themselves.
Regardless, someone who lies, needs help
of some kind, to find balance and acceptance in the area which they lie
- a thief for example requires what they
- to lie to another person, means there
is an issue within the liar which needs reconciliation.
- to lie on a CV means you know you are
capable, or that you really need the break; yet you haven't taken the
required steps to truly prove yourself.
- to lie to yourself, means you are
denying yourself YOUR truth.
- to lie to your partner means you wish
to avoid inevitable argument; thus you know your partner is not
accepting of you.
We have all lied about something, be that
to protect ourselves from humiliation, shame, pride, modesty. We'd lie to
a collegue, but not our best friend. We'd lie to our boss, but not to our
But we lie to avoid our own personal
issues. Because we don't want to admit who we truly are... because we
don't want people to look at us in 'that way' or because we don't want
people to think bad of us.
Lying to yourself
Lying is a distinct lack of honesty to
yourself. When you lie to other people, you are lying to yourself.
Being honest to yourself is
sometimes harder than being honest to someone else.
Simply because, to be honest with SOMEONE, you must have already been
honest with yourself.
We lie to ourselves so much. It can be so revitalising to be honest.
Hiding things from others
When we hide things from others; it
is not lying, but an absence of truth.
Consider the reasons why YOU do not
wish to share or impart what you know.
It'll be because either you don't
want others to see you in that light; or because you are trying to protect
The truth always comes out in the
Do as you feel is right,
and if it feels wrong don't do it!.
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