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Compulsive Liar vs. Pathological Liar: What You Need to Know about the Differences and Similarities

Compulsive Liar vs. Pathological Liar: What You Need To Know About The Differences and Similarities

Introduction Why do we lie? Sometimes, it helps us deal with or escape a situation, and often, it’s to protect ourselves and our vulnerabilities. But what happens when the lying becomes habitual, chronic, and rationally unhinged? That’s when you know you’ve spotted a compulsive liar vs. a pathological liar. Society and all of us accept

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My Friend is a Compulsive Liar: 5 Important Tips To Handle It

My Friend Is A Compulsive Liar: 5 Important Tips To Handle It

Introduction Do you think your friends lie so often that they could actually be a compulsive liar? Catching someone in a lie is never fun, especially if it’s someone you care about. Understandably, if it’s something that happens over and over, it may make you seriously wonder what could be happening. Compulsive lying is actually

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How to Deal if Your Partner is a Compulsive Liar

A compulsive liar tells lies out of habit, often for no reason or personal gain at all. Compulsive liars look to avoid confrontations, which are made easy by lying. Almost all tests for compulsive lying are self-administered, but here are a few ways you can test if someone is a compulsive liar: They have gotten into trouble for telling lies previously. They may go overboard and lie further to avoid the conflict. It can be very challenging not to be offended at their lies, especially since they’re your significant other, but you should keep in mind that their habit has nothing to do with you. Try to be informed about the condition they’re exhibiting.

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