Any support groups for compulsive liars in Boston?
They have a compulsive liars anonymous in Boston that you can attend. You can call a helpline for information about meetings.
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yes hit them really hard?
Are there are any therapy groups for compulsive liars and their loved ones specifically in Chicago because you really want to find something to help you understand your problem and to help your wife?
Answer . First off be sure you have labeled the person well and that it is a diagnosis from a professional and not one that your friends or family may have said. \n. \nYo…ur doctor should know where to send you and your wife for help. Also, you can call your local Mental Health in Chicago and they will help you. Remember, "Mental" does not mean you are crazy. You and your wife have a problem, and by you mentioning you have one too that is the very first step in quickly healing the problem.\n. \nSome people lie because they may have had to while growing up for self preservation; if telling the truth they got a beating instead, then why not lie? Other people lie because they lack self confidence in themselves and so they try to dramatize about certain parts of their lives to make people look up to them or like them more. We all have garbage tied to our tails through life and we each have our own ghosts to wade through and figure out so we can be the best we can be. We aren't perfect.\n. \nYou can be assured if you are both willing to try and both admit to your problems a good therapist or group therapy is a great place to start and with hard work and fast rules you should be able to get through this just fine.\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy
A compulsive liar is defined as someone who lies out of habit.Lying is their normal and reflexive way of responding to questions.Compulsive liars bend the truth about everythi…ng, large and small.For a compulsive liar, telling the truth is very awkward anduncomfortable while lying feels right. Compulsive lying is usuallythought to develop in early childhood, due to being placed in anenvironment where lying was necessary. A compulsive liar may alsohave difficulties with poor self esteem. For the most part,compulsive liars are not overly manipulative and cunning, ratherthey simply lie out of habit - an automatic response which is hardto break and one that takes its toll on a relationship. Acompulsive liar may have difficulties with poor self esteem.
Answer . \nThere are reasons why people become pathological liars and most of the time it's because they have low self esteem. You can see any psychologist that can help …you. If you prefer a group then see your doctor and they can help you find a group you can attend.\n. \nGood for you! I'm proud of you and know you're going to make it because you actually admitted it to yourself. That's one big step!\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy
Are there are any therapy groups for compulsive liars and their loved ones specifically in Fort Worth?
im in several therapy groups in fort worth. i lie all the time. but iam working on it. just ask the local dentist robert, he knows all about compulsive lying. maybe im lying..… maybe im not... im in several therapy groups in fort worth. i lie all the time. but iam working on it. just ask the local dentist robert, he knows all about compulsive lying. maybe im lying.. maybe im not... poopie. im in several therapy groups in fort worth. i lie all the time. but iam working on it. just ask the local dentist robert, he knows all about compulsive lying. maybe im lying.. maybe im not... poopie hurts. im in several therapy groups in fort worth. i lie all the time. but iam working on it. just ask the local dentist robert, he knows all about compulsive lying. maybe im lying.. maybe im not... poopie hurts poopie hurts a lot
No, but how do you know if I'm telling the truth?
The best way to deal with compulsive liars at work is to avoidthem. If you notice any trouble starting, you can speak with yourmanager.
There is no specific clinical term for a compulsive liar. Often people lie because they are fearful of rejection or disapproval, or have a sense of inadequacy. If someone lies… compulsively, they should get professional help so they can find out what is causing the behavior. A professional would be a psychiatrist, psychologist, clinical social worker, and other mental health professional. It can also be associated with other mental disorders. When a person lies and is unaware that they are lying, that is referred to as confabulation.
a person who lies about stupid things ALL the time (compulsively) 'stupid' things? wow, what an intelligent response. Can you define 'stupid'. what an intellectual reply. …I'm glad I'm here, cause without you, i couldn't define or decipher what the term compulsive liar meant. thank you!! i have to monitor and be cognizant of my 'stupid' thoughts, because without you, there will be no way to discern if i have a problem or am a truly 'compulsive liar'...and you got to answer this question? LOL!! what a legitimate site..
We suggest you contact the online Liars Anonymous site for possible guidance. http://www.dailystrength.org/groups/liars-anonymous/joinreg
yes there actually is it is a treatment where you do everything their favorite way and they might commit or admit to it. yes .
compulsive liars usually lie to impress, so when they are lieing just make up an even more unbelievable story so they know that you know
The main compulsive liar is Gatsby
Eliminate them from your life completely, after giving them one last CLEAR warning, no matter how wrong it feels.
You should just tell him. Its better to say it then try to make it harder. A true friend or in your condition spouse would tell the friend or spouse what's wrong.
It is not easy, you have to have all of the facts at your disposal and be good at debate. It is not an easy task especially if the thing you are arguing about you know to be t…rue however have no evidence. Pick your moment and catch them in their lies. It helps if that compulsive liar is hurting people with his lies, then you can consult others around you and come up with a good way of dealing with the problem. If all else fails you need to look at the nature of your relationship. Family member? hard one. Friend? aquaintance? work coligue? is the lying hurting people or the buisness you work at. If it is in the work place and it effects the workplace you could bring it to light. You need to be careful though and look at the power dynamic. Could you loose your job if they lie about you, these people can be quite cunning. There is no answer for yuor question because there are not enough added variables. Someone that does not know your situation could give you harmful advice.