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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pathological_lying

Pathological lying is a behavior of habitual or compulsive lying. It was first described in the medical literature in 1891 by Anton Delbrueck. Although it is a ...

www.goodtherapy.org/blog/psychpedia/compulsive-lying

Compulsive lying, also known as pseudologia fantastica, pathological lying, and mythomania, describes a condition in which an individual lies habitually and ...

www.truthaboutdeception.com/lying-and-deception/confronting-a-partner/compulsive-lying.html

Compulsive Lying. Is your husband or wife, boyfriend or girlfriend a compulsive/ pathological liar or a sociopath? To begin with, it may help to understand the ...

www.everydayhealth.com/emotional-health/truth-behind-pathological-compulsive-liars

Feb 16, 2016 ... Lying is part of everyday life, but pathological or compulsive liars take it to the extreme. Here, the facts behind liars, including how to spot one.

addiction.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Compulsive_Lying_Disorder

Includes: lying as a symptom of a disorder, the difference between pathological and compulsive liar, how to deal, and finding treatment for yourself or a friend.

www.livestrong.com/article/259048-causes-of-a-compulsive-liar

American culture's awareness of lying exists in films, music and everyday life. Newspapers report almost daily on issues involving lying in politics,...

www.compulsivelyingdisorder.com/what-is-compulsive-lying-disorder

Compulsive lying disorder, also known as pseudologia fantastica or mythomania, is a condition that describes the behavior of a habitual liar. ​While compulsive.

www.medicaldaily.com/pathological-liar-made-not-born-when-telling-truth-nearly-impossible-330180

Apr 22, 2015 ... While some data exist that point to nervous-system dysfunction in 40 percent of compulsive liars, and other research implicates deficiencies in ...

www.uncommonhelp.me/articles/how-to-stop-compulsive-lying-disorder

"What's wrong with me? I can never seem to tell the truth: I'm a compulsive liar!" " Thank you for being honest with me!" (I presumed she was being.) Turns out ...