Monday, March 21, 2011

It is a poor idea to lie to yourself.

We all lie to our selves, but why do we lie? Sure, lying to our salve is both useful and sometimes we acquire it like fun, yet there are fundamental reasons why we lie; Altruistic Reasons, Fear of rejection, Fear of punishment, Fear of harm and Fear of conflict. We lie for our salve because it mostly works. According to “Tad Williams” said, we tell lies when we are afraid... afraid of what we don't know, afraid of what others will think, afraid of what will be found out about us. But every time we tell a lie, the thing that we fear grows stronger.
The consequences of lying to our salves can be reflective negative impact on our lives both socially and in extreme cases legally. Lying comes in many forms and variations depending on the situation it is to be used in; verbal, writing, physical issues, behavior and thoughts, the fundamental cause are the truly interesting issue.
When people lie to themselves can it be innocent, or is it an indicator of a deeper failure of morals? Because when peoples find out that you are a liar obviously the person has harmed He/her reputation to the public.
It is a poor idea to lie to yourself… because Lying causes anxiety, depression and physical illness. After you lie to someone, you may not like being around that person. Lies ruin friendships, work relationships and marriages. If someone catches you lying, he or she won't easily believe you again. Your status in that person's eyes will drops to zero.

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