In most cases, you will meet people who are habitual of lying to get something they want or to cover up the truth. Most times, they might be caught but they are clever at getting away with it.
If you have had someone like this, we can help you read them through. Look for the following signs when you see this person next:
Liars are also humans so, when they are not telling the truth, they are feeling a bit guilty inside, which is why they will feel uncomfortable looking into your eyes. They will be fearful of you catching their lie if you look at them. To catch them, make contact with them and observe where they look.
A liar will always be uneasy around you if they are trying to hide something from you. They might even try to get done with the conversation quicker. If they start sweating or blushing or pacing, there is your hint. The best way to go about this is start questioning them, which will make them crack under the pressure eventually.
Liars don’t smile a lot because they always live in fear. They have a lot on their conscience which weighs them down. If they always seem under pressure or don’t express a lot of emotions, they are hiding something. This will eventually eat them up from the inside and their face can be a tell-tale sign of it.
After they tell their part, it all feels made up or you cannot connect it together. They are bad at covering up things in the long run. They eventually forget the lie they spoke of so you can catch them later with ease.
If there is nothing to hide, they would never get angry about you questioning them. If you are telling the truth, you will be calm but the other person might even start shouting and lose their calm because they think shouting will help end the conversation earlier. And also so they wont have to give a logical explanation behind their misdeed. A liar easily expresses anger. They may start balling their fists, crossing their arms or have an angry look on their face. They do this to enhance their ego. They think by going on the defensive that they can be let go.
If you mention their misdeeds, they will feel uncomfortable, so they will try to change the topic. If this makes you angry, they can easily turn the scenario around to make you the bad guy.
Liars feel itchy with human contact because they hold a lot of anxiety and hurt, and think that any signal of care will gust off their cover. Therefore, they tend to shy away from intimate gestures and will keep some distance from you. This may act as a barrier for them, as they don’t want to accidentally end up revealing too much.
Many liars are good at twisting stories but sometimes they get caught up in their own maze. And they may end up making zero sense. Liars typically come up with difficult stories in order to induce you that they are telling the truth, and so you cannot trace back to the original story.
Liars do a lot of fidgeting. They want some disruption to take them away from the importance of the talk, so they mess with their phones, tap their feet, move around in their chair, twist their hair, etc.
Even if they add or withdraw small details, this only proves that their version of the story has no importance. Any attempt to add anything more to the story would be after asking you what they told you. If they try to transform their story, ask them what they firstly told you – as they grope over the details, you can be at peace at knowing you caught them.
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