Odds are, you and your guy have a great relationship, and the only lies he tells are little fibs. But it's good to know how to spot the signs he could be telling a whopper. Lie detection expert Janine Driver, author of the new book, You Can't Lie to Me, fills us in on the words that give away a liar
When he uses this word (think: "I left the bar at six" vs. "I went home at six"), there's some kind of drama involved. Maybe he got stuck in traffic or is hiding something he did that he shouldn't have.
Funny how its always the "guy" doing something wrong...
Women are just the same if worse!
Obviously written by a woman...a single woman....an old spinster woman.....an old virgin spinster woman!
I would never take advice from "that" woman. Why would I do that?
By the way, I have a great relationship.
Whether it's a male or female, unless you have your head up your butt or you are so attracted to bull and deep in denial, a person can tell a liar and manipulator within a couple weeks at the most after they meet them.
Use your head, think logically, and pay attention to red flags or warning signs.
Put the libido away and get to know a person first before you get emotionally involved.
And my thoughts (I am a woman) why choose men specifically for this load of crap, mix and match it baby.
Nothing is black and white so why try to make it so. There are tell tale signs someone is shovelling the manure, some are really smooth and great at it and it does take more then a couple weeks to weed them out especially if you only see them a couple times a week but they do slip up eventually. Go with your gut people and pay attention to details.
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Date 10-09-07, Duration 2:23, Views 19206
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