Each day, you make the same choices hundreds of times: whether to lie or tell the truth. It often happens without thinking, and you ignore the profound impact of these seemingly inconsequential decisions.
Even the smallest lies can cost you, impact your relationships, and affect your choices.
Lying requires a lot of effort. When you tell the truth, you simply remember what happens.
When you lie you have to consider what you’re trying to hide, figure out a believable version of the opposite, give a convincing performance to sell that lie.
Lying is a cornestone of evil. Lies, just like many other things, cause stress and anxiety.
Lying is a destructive habit that hurts you and everyone around you.
If you’ve ever been lied to, you know how difficult it can be to ever trust that person again.
You can’t help but wonder why a friend or family member would treat you so poorly.
When you lie, even if you think others will never find out, you will almost certainly create a barrier of hurt on your relationship.
Unfortunately, when the other person finds out about your lying, and they usually do, it’s nearly impossible to regain trust.