While responses of these people cannot be trusted completely, still you know they mean no harm.
It's hard to think clearly when it comes to the people we love.Our gut reaction — normally spot-on — can be completely derailed when we want to believe our significant other is telling the truth. Sometimes we’re not even aware that we’re lying until someone points it out. They have destroyed their own reputations and in doing so, their name in the community. They choose to admit they were wrong and apologize for any hurt they have caused. Liars have essentially chopped their own legs out from under them through continual denial and lying.For example, maybe the part of the lie that's important isn't that he saw a guy rob the gift shop and get arrested, but that he was at the -- the point is that he imagines himself a loner, or an artsy type, etc.
Now, let me make the distinction: there are people who lie and then there are liars. We often substitute the word “excuses” for “white lies.” But it’s basically the same thing. Since they have no legs, they can’t take a stand on anything that matters.
The latter kind of people would occasionally come up with minor lies with the main motive of making you feel better or to hide an unpleasant truth from you.
For instance if your date praises your hairdo when you know it is far from perfect, it is a white lie indulged in order to make you happy or gloss over an unpalatable truth.
Here are a few tips on dating a compulsive liar and keep your cool at the same time.
Identify correctly Before branding your date as a compulsive liar, ensure that he/she really has a problem with reality and is not merely in habit of telling white lies.
Liars Are In Love with Themselves: Think about it, why do people lie? They don’t want to look stupid, they don’t want to be wrong, they don’t want to let people down, they want to keep everyone happy, they want to get what they want.