Is there really a definition for lying? People do it because they are unsure and insecure about and with themselves. I’ve noticed that it’s done in order to make yourself feel better. In the end you feel guilty, so you lie even more. Then the cycle just keeps repeating itself, over and over, and over, and over. Then once you’ve gotten used to doing it, you do it all the time about silly, little things. You get caught up in your own lies; so once again, what else do you do to get out of it but keep lying. It gets to the point that you start believing your own lies and you think people do and say things that really aren’t happening and are just being made up in your own mind. You tell people things that “so and so” said and did, but in the real of things, YOU are the one that said or did that thing.  But you’ve made it to where you believe it was someone else. Lying is a disease, and once you start it, if you don’t get it under control early, it will become an absolute disaster that is spinning uncontrollably in your life, and the next step beyond that is your mind. There’s really no need for lying to begin with, telling the truth is much easier, and probably will land you in less troubles and in less conflicts than if you lied. Think about it.

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