How to Confront a Liar?

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If you are wondering how to confront a liar, first ask yourself if it is essential that you do so. If a person is a habitual liar, chances are they will continue to lie throughout a confrontation and you will reach no resolution. If the person who is lying has no great effect on your life or well-being, it may not be worth the confrontation. However, if you do feel the need to confront a liar, it is best to do so with irrefutable proof of their deception. 
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You can confront a liar with a witness there face to face. You should remain calm and strive to address your concerns in a calm manner.
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