Love The Way You Lie…

1. Talk WAY too much

Example: When one asks a simple question about the subject of concern, the liar will go on and on without hesitation to catch one’s breath aka they RAMBLE

2. Use reverse Psychology

EXAMPLE: The liar will reverse the conversation to reverse the roles as defendant, hence to put oneself in the role of asking the questions, rather than be the one who is suppose to answer the questions.

The liar will want the spotlight on the person that they lied to rather than, be put on the spot themselves.

The liar will flare up with anger and ask ” what about you, you ….did this ….said that…why you asking me, how about you…etc…

3. Avoid

Example: Avoid eye contact.

Avoid answering the question. ( My boss just walked in, I have to call you back)

Avoid occupying the same space (sleep on the couch rather than get into bed and have to explain why one just got in at 3am)

4. Overcompensate to make ammends ( be Extra )

Example: The liar will Be Extra nice or sexual

Give Extra

Do Extra

Say Extra

5. Do whatever it takes to be able to maintain one’s lies

Example: Call so and so if you don’t believe me. ( bluff tactic)

Or assign a wing man or women to back up one’s Lie’s.

6. Eventually get caught

7. Lie again cause they CAN

8. Doubt everyone else cause the guilty behave guilty.

9. Get Angry when called out:

Example: The liar will rant, raise hands, yell, or make a scene to difuse the accuser with intimidating behavior.

10. Prey on the weak and insecure

A liar feeds on a endless believer, forgiver, and those who do not value themselves as much as the one’s who will not stand for the repetitious nonsense.

Those who live for the liar, rather for one’s own quality of life.

In my opinion, we are all responsible for our own emotions and how we let others affect our lives.

We may not know at first what we are dealing with, therefore we are innocent and need assistance.

Once we KNOW what we are dealing with, have the knowledge, and the ability to understand the person that is lying,THEN it is up to us to stand up for ourselves.

We need to seek the help we need, make better choices for our own quality of life, and the lives we are directly responsible for.


YOU Are of Value.

I Am of Value

As always,

Written with ❤

Mama Friday ❤

P.S. ( interesting article )

A sociopath is typically defined as someone who lies incessantly to get their way and does so with little concern for others. A sociopath is often goal-oriented (i.e., lying is focused—it is done to get one’s way). Sociopaths have little regard or respect for the rights and feelings of others. Sociopaths are often charming and charismatic, but they use their talented social skills in manipulative and self-centered ways (see lovefraud, for more on sociopaths)

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