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5 Things Chronic Liars Say And Do Often

Do not be deceived.






For chronic liars, also called pathological liars and compulsive liars, lying is a habit. They may be aware that they’re not being truthful, or they may believe the lies they’re telling are the real deal. Some chronic liars engage in this behavior to make their lives “more exciting.”

There are more obvious cues to tell if someone is a chronic liar. Of course, if you already know the person to be a habitual liar due to years of connection, you can better protect yourself from their deception. But what if you’re talking to someone you don’t know that well? It could be in a workplace setting, in school, within an interest group, or other smaller communities. How can you protect yourself from someone’s habitual lying?

Well, it seems there are verbal cues you can observe. They are, of course, to be studied alongside other factors. Check out these usual phrases chronic liars use:

1. “I never…” or “I always…”

It’s been studied that chronic liars tend to often use absolute words like “never” or “always.” These words almost always constitute a lie because we rarely or never do anything the same way. A chronic liar uses these words to make them seem more reliable and trustworthy.

2. “Honestly…” or “To tell you the truth…”

Saying these phrases often means the person is being defensive. There is an inner understanding that they’re lying, so they manifest their desire to seem believable by using these words of promise. People telling a true story, for example, won’t feel the need to assure the other person of their honesty.

3. Too much information

Liars also feel the need to memorize all the details of their lies. They often give away too much (false) information when relaying their stories in the hopes that they can cover any possible loophole in the narratives. Think of lying spouses or criminals and how they tend to provide unnecessarily lengthy explanations when questioned.

4. Using pronouns like ‘we,’ ‘he,’ ‘she,’ and ‘they,’ more than ‘I’

Liars avoid ownership and accountability. As a result, they use personal pronouns less and third person pronouns more. The American Psychological Association says we can predict lies by looking at three factors: showing negative emotions, using words that are exceptions like “but” or “except,” and less use of “I” statements.

5. Denials and justifications

As earlier mentioned, chronic liars can be defensive. So it is often that they deny something they haven’t even been accused of. They will try to justify their actions that have not even been questioned. It’s also possible that when not ready with a carefully concocted story, liars will only give brief and evasive answers. This is because they will need some time to craft the perfect narrative first.

Have you heard these lines and observed these behaviors before? What’s your best way of detecting deception and lies? Let us know in the comments below.



25 Times Hens Proved They’re The Best Moms In The World

They went beyond the call to motherhood.




No matter how tough life can be, mothers always find a way to look after their children. They are simply awesome. In fact, calling them such is an understatement. They are just one of the greatest gifts in this world.

But hey, when talking about moms, it is a crime not to include the animal kingdom. And do you know which the best one in their hierarchy is? Hens, that is.

Believe it or not, they actually adopt chick even if it is not theirs. Go ask a farmer or something and they will tell you how true it is. Think of it as, well, motherly instincts, so to speak. However, there are times that hens tend to go beyond the call of motherhood as they adopt other animals.

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26 Illustrations Vividly Show What It’s Like To Suffer Depression

They are beautiful and sad at the same time.




Unlike before, people now are starting to accept depression as a serious mental health issue. This is perhaps due to the growing number of suicides, we hear in the news. Interestingly, an artist who also struggles with said issue found a way to use it to her advantage. Or at least, it is where she gets ideas for her art.

Alice De Ste Croix, or better known as DestinyBlue, is an artist on DeviantArt and she has been posting her work on the platform since 2004. She is widely known for creating vivid and thought-provoking illustrations.

The interesting thing she does with her art is the way she injects emotional stories. Known as “Blue” by her fans, the self-taught artist crafts her masterpieces using Photoshop CS6. Take a dive into DestinyBlue’s imaginations and feel the loneliness she is trying to convey.

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Horrific Video Shows Panda Keepers Violently Dragging And Throwing Cubs On The Floor

Poor Pandas!

Angela Beltran



A panda breeding center in China is now under scrutiny after a video showing keepers dragging and throwing cubs on the ground went viral.

The horrific video has sparked outrage among netizens as the poor panda cubs struggle while being abused by their caretakers. Two handlers were seen in a surveillance footage, mistreating the giant panda cubs. They were even seen slamming the cubs into a wall in the enclosure, dragging the poor animals by their scruff and throwing them head first into the ground.

The panda keepers were caught on surveillance dragging and slamming the cubs.

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