Dating a compulsive liar
At one point, I completely convinced myself I had trust issues, and I somehow made up his lies. Whether it's drugs or lying, I learned the hard way dating a person with any kind of addiction is impossible. If your immediate thought is that the person you’re talking to is lying to you, you’re probably right.Compulsive liars will lie about anything and everything.
If these things are happening, it’s a pretty good indication that the dude you’re dating is a compulsive liar. If your partner can’t meet your eyes when telling you a story, it’s likely that he’s looking away because he knows what he’s saying is 100% untrue.
He’s trying to distract you from his lies with his body language and attempting to hide the fact that he’s uncomfortable about it.
He embellishes the details on just about everything.
Does he describe an interaction with a superior in such a melodramatic and even fanciful way that sounds almost unbelievable?
If so, that’s probably because it He really wants to be liked.
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Compulsive liars don’t want to be exposed for being liars. Remember, compulsive liars to be in control of the narrative, so if you call your partner out for lying and he becomes defensive and then gaslights you—turns it around on you and somehow implies that you’re attacking him or accusing him of something for no reason—it’s a pretty strong indication that he’s a compulsive liar. If you’re dating a compulsive liar, chances are other people notice the same thing about him. In my experience with compulsive liars, the “signs” are more like a when you know you know the type of feeling.