If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything” – Mark Twain.
Have you come across someone who has stories that keep you hooked and wondering? Every time you meet this person, he has some fascinating stuff to tell you. It will be within the realms of reality but too stretched to be acceptable.
When you ask for details about any of it, that is when you realize he has no more content to speak. There is no specific reason why they are lying. It can be for fun, sometimes it can be to convince somebody or even grabbing attention.
These people are habituated to lying. It’s a compulsion for them to lie unnecessarily. The most distinguishing feature between pathological and "normal lying" is
the lack of an obvious motive. Normal lies are used on the grounds of gaining something materialistic or may be avoiding punishment or responsibility of something. However, with pathological lying, the primary motive is to get attention, tell something interesting, or make themselves appear special in some way.
They fear lack of importance. This makes them say things that keep them in focus. They don’t want their value to go down and that’s the reason they make up interesting stories.
This unnecessary lying can become a complicated system of deception within them. They don’t realize when they are lying. It is like a truth for them which is actually not true.
When you see a loop in loop in the "o"s of the handwriting, it indicates lying.
Neha Rathod is a Psychologist, specializing in Industrial and Clinical Psychology. She is a Graphologist and counselor at CPAG.
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