There is a famous saying “Lie kills the relationship, no matter how careful are you are, you will be caught.” Humans often lie. Ironically, every one of us is a liar and started lying when we were three years old. You are surrounded by lies, and most of what you think you know about a person are probably — you guessed it — a lie. Let’s dig more into art and science of lying:
1.Why People Lie
Most of the time lies are acts of evil. Most of the time people lie because they have to make a quick decision and don’t have time to think about the social consequences of a falsehood. We usually lie to avoid conflict, shift blame, to get our own way, to be nice in front of someone, avoid hurting someone’s feelings.
2.Signs If Someone Is Lying
When someone is lying to you, they may begin to breathe heavily. In order to convince you, a liar might repeat words and phrase.
The accuracy of lie detector has long been controversial. An honest person may be nervous when answering truthfully and a dishonest person may be non-anxious. So there is ample evidence that it is easy to fool around common lie detector. Many liars who have practiced lying can ditch any lie detector.
4.Social Norms Initiate Group Lying
When someone came to know that there is no punishment for cheating. Cheating becomes the privilege. The person who cheats or lies thinks that cheating is socially acceptable.
5.Punishment Doesn’t Keep Kids Honest
You cannot make your kid behave honestly, with punishment. Rather if you really want your kid to be honest, tell him stories about people who were being awarded for being honest.
6.Moral Reminder Keeps Us Honest
Moral reminders related to religious believe can help you to be honest. You need to remind kids about the negative feeling of lying.