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Hey Guys—

One of the more amusing recurring phrases I see in female online

dating profiles is the venerable:  “Honest men only, no liars,
cheats or married men.  I can tell if you’re a liar!”

I always find that laughable, the proclamation that someone is a

human lie detector.  Can they tell if someone is a good liar, a
bad, liar or a great liar?

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Usually what this means is they have been “lied” to a lot, according

to their own definition, and that’s where things get sticky.  
Oftentimes when people are embarrassed by events they blame those
events on being lied to, not their own personal behavior that led
to events.

When a woman makes a statement like this, what it often means is

she is LOOKING for things that can be interpreted by her as “lies”
so that when something doesn’t go her way, she can claim she was
“lied to.”

The truth is this:  if you are good at telling when someone is lying

to you, the last thing you should do is let them know you have that
ability.  Instead, you keep it to yourself, let them lie, and adjust
your behavior accordingly.  If you tell them you know they are lying,
they will become much more guarded around you, and you will have a
harder time predicting their behavior.

In business you are lied to all the time.  But this is called by

another word, “negotiation,” where two people are trying to come to
an arrangement, and each person wants the maximum benefit.  If you
detect the other party “lying” and you let them know you know, then
they become harder to deal with.  In this case lying is not a moral
issue, merely a negotiating tactic to get to an arrangement. Yes you
want to detect it, but letting the other party know you have is dumb.

In life you will be “lied” to all the time.  Most of the time it is

inadvertent, sometimes it is based on creating a better truth (i.e.
“do I look fat in this dress?”), and sometimes it is for nefarious
purposes.  It is something to deal quietly with, not something to
get loudly upset about.

People who throw a tantrum when they are lied to usually do so because

they “trusted” someone, and are embarrassed to find out that person
didn’t behave the way they thought they should.  They believe they
are such a good person that no one would “lie” to them, and when
someone does it is a shock to them.

You will have a much easier time in life if you realize that you

will be lied to, and it is not something to be taken emotionally.  
You will have an even easier time when you get good at recognizing
lies (realizing you will never come close to catching them all) but
keep that ability to yourself.  Letting others operate in a
predictable fashion around you is the best way to deal with their
behavior.  Yes, you should get rid of those who lie for nefarious
purposes, but those are a minority in your life.  Most people “lie”
for other reasons, and that is merely something to manage.

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On with the fun…

-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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