== == There is always a reason for compulsive lying. Some people lied when they were younger for fear of getting a beating, while others just lied because they were never made responsible for their actions. Others lie because they want to dramatize what they feel is a rather dull life, so, if the option arises they will embellish a great deal on a rather simple thing that happened in their lives to appear more important in the eyes of their peers. People that constantly lie have low self esteem and of course low confidence. The best thing to do is see a psychologist. There need be no drugs involved in working around this problem, so a psychiatrist is not needed. Most people don't realize that a pscyhiatrist studies 95% of their time away in college studying drugs rather than behavioral problems in people, while psychologists study behavioral problems and can't prescribe drugs. This doesn't mean a psychologist isn't a great deal of help and if medications are needed for their patient they will contact your doctor. If the person that is lying is someone you know then only they can help themselves and you can't make them do anything. If you can't deal living with them then you will have to leave them. Good luck Marcy
Compulsive lying is when you cannot stop lying, so you lie almost whenever you can.
Go get help. Get counseling and figure out why you lie.
It is when you can't stop lying, even if you don't want to lie.A compulsive liar is someone who can't resist lying, even when there is no reson to.
There are not medications specifically for compulsive lying. However, compulsive lying is usually a symptom of other underlying psychiatric issues, some of which may require medications. Sometimes just interacting with a councilor or therapy can cause a noticeable improvement with the problem.
Psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, and other mental health personnel use the term 'compulsive lying' when they refer to people who cannot control their lying, that is, people who feel compelled to lie and are aware that they are lying. Therefore, compulsive lying implies impaired ability to control it. The term 'compulsive lying' is not a diagnosis. It is a behavior or a symptom associated with a number of mental disorders [for example, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder]. The term "confabulation" is used to describe lying or invention when the person who is lying is not aware that they are lying. To be more specific, confabulation is treating a fantasy as a fact, without awareness that fantasy has replaced fact."
Because they cant stop lying!
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 everything, large and small. For a compulsive liar, telling the truth is very awkward and uncomfortable while lying feels right. Compulsive lying is usually thought to develop in early childhood, due to being placed in an environment where lying was necessary. A compulsive liar may also have difficulties with poor self esteem. For the most part, compulsive liars are not overly manipulative and cunning, rather they simply lie out of habit - an automatic response which is hard to break and one that takes its toll on a relationship. A compulsive liar may have difficulties with poor self esteem.
No, lying out of fear is not compulsive lying. It may be a compulsion, but that's a normal reaction; a defense mechanism. If you lie out of fear, it is justified, therefore *not* driven by a compulsion. Compulsive lying is an actual disorder, characterized by the pathalogical liar telling fibs without motivation, often telling wildly exaggerated stories and appearing to honestly believe them to be true.
Get therapy for your problem, it isn't something you can just get over. A therapist can help you find ways to overcome your compulsive lying and help you figure out how to win back your friends and family.
This person sounds like a compulsive liar and need psychological help which they are probably not going to get because they simply don't want to. You cannot trust someone that lies so face him/her and let them know why you are breaking up with them and don't feel bad about it because compulsive liars know they are lying and if they are bothered by it they will seek professional help.
First of all, pathalogical lying is different to compulsive or habitual lying, in the sense that there is the added feeling that they always need to spread lies to either feel okay through false ego validations or avoidance of ego invalidation. Compulsive or habitual lying may have the same motives but lack the degree of need to use deception as a means of coping with the fears of judgment from others and themselves. Pathalogical lying becomes a way of living, where compulsive lying becomes a way of avoiding perceived upcoming threats of self-esteem (this includes lying to gain attention).
A liar A compulsive liar or a pathological liar. if it's a physiological disorder, a pathological and compulsive lying then the person is a mythomaniac.
There is no easy way to get true compulsive liars to stop lying. Many compulsive behaviors are symptoms of deeper mental disorders and may require professional counseling and/or medication to treat the problem.
Yes, I do it all the time, so do lots of adders.
Though compulsive lying is not considered a genetic disorder, it is a psychiatric illness. Compulsive liars actually take pleasure in this agbnormal entity and it feels right to them. Telling the truth, on the other hand, is very difficult and uncomfortable. This disorder is addictive and very hard to stop. Also, t make this more complicated, there is usually an underlying personality disorder. Compulsive lying can only be dealt with through aggressive counseling and therapy. However, for therapy to be successful, the patient must be able to admit that they do have a problem.
Compulsive lying, or pathological lying, is a common disorder often caused by low self-esteem and a need for attention. Often, the liar does not realize how often he or she is lying because it becomes second nature. Compulsive lying alienates friends and loved ones and often brings about the opposite of what the liar wants: instead of getting the attention they often crave, they end up pushing people away. With therapy, many people can overcome their compulsion to lie and salvage their interpersonal relationships before it is too late.
You don't, get out while you can. A relationship like that is doomed like the Titanic!!!
compulsive lying is a disease. you should go to your doctor they have medication for this situation now... And when you start believing your own lies and can not stop telling a lie that means you need to talk to you doctor, It is confidential...and doctors are great.... they will take care of you....
Usually compulsive liars are not confident individuals and they feel the need to dramatize certain events in their lives to impress others. These are some of the signs of a compulsive liar: If the compulsive liar did something wrong and someone else found out they'd lie their way out of it. Telling others about things in their life that didn't happen. Dramatizing events in their life that didn't go down the way it did. Lying over silly things such as borrowing something from someone and denying they ever had it. Lying about other people. Constantly blaming others for the problems one gets themselves into. These are but a few. If a person has been told they are a compulsive liar they probably are. Compulsive liars often don't mean to be this way, so professional help does help them balance out their lives, face themselves and not be afraid of being who they are or telling the truth and taking the consequences for their own actions. Marcy
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There is now some evidence that a truly compulsive liar may have a genetic make-up slightly different than that of more honest people. However, the overwhelming academic opinion is still that a behavior, such as lying, is a learned trait strengthened through observation and conditioning.
NO! Because it's a psychological issue and should be treated by a psychologist because he honestly doesn't believe he is lying (so no, he's not lying to you about the fact he's a liar.) People that are compulsive liars have usually grown up in an environment, or sometimes they are ashamed of their past or feel that they're past is not as exciting as most people's so they either make something small in their lives dramatic to attract attention by their peers or, they simply lie. You are either going to have to take your friend the way they are, or move on.