How to Confront a Liar?


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. 
Q&A Related to "How to Confront a Liar?"
No matter what you want to believe, everyone lies from time to time. Most individuals are situational liars, but there are also habitual - or compulsive - liars. Compulsive liars
a true Pathalogical liar dosent' even realize they're doing it and it's nearly impossible to stop them the best thing to do is limit contact.
I kinda had that problem once; I bought a disk drive that supposedlly had a year warrunty but the salesman wouldn't let me return nor exchange it after it stopped working. He gave
Pathological lying is defined as telling lies to the point they are persistent, extremely exaggerated and often told without a discernible reward. Psychiatrists have not given pathological
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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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