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At some point in our lives, we’ve encountered liars; we’ve been one ourselves, too. It’s somehow inevitable to let out one lie – even a small one – just to help ourselves get out of a sticky situation.

It doesn’t hurt to tell one small lie, so long as you know that you aren’t stepping on anyone or you know so well that it doesn’t get out of hand. But sometimes, even the smallest lie has its way of creating undesired effects that you never intended to have.

On the other hand, there are just people who’d rather lie endlessly, anytime about anything. They can be someone you know but don’t care about; then again, they could also be someone you care about so much, and the latter can be exhausting to deal with.

There are also those liars who can just get away pretty much from everything. They’re just too good to be caught. And here you are, feeling hopeless wondering what’s wrong with yourself why you always fall victim to lies.

If you know how to spot liars, then you’re all good. But how does one do that – spot a liar, when that person is just way too good with lies you can’t believe they exist?

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Source: Hyperbot

Being lied to countless times is emotionally draining. But with these tips, you’ll eventually learn how not to be lied to and cheated on constantly. You don’t need to wish that you’ll have a lie detector built into your system – all it takes is practice on reading cues these liars give off.

According to statistics, 60 percent of people lie at least once when engaged in a ten-minute conversation. Averagely, these people tell about two to three lies. The body language can tell so much if a person is lying or not.

When you interrogate someone and that person constantly touches his or her ear, or has stiff body movements, is most likely lying.

So if you’re tired of dealing with liars and you want to know more tips on how to spot a liar, check out this infographic below.

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Source: ScienceDump

H/T: ScienceDump

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