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Answered 2014-03-29 15:09:28

Technically a pathological liar is a liar period. You can tell if your husband is a liar by how he communicates - does he try and play the victim all the time? Is he evasive when answering your questions? Does he lay the blame on your to try and wiggle out of situations?

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If she is always lying to you, then she is a pathological liar.

You can tell that someone is a pathological liar if you catch them in lies often. If you consistently think that someone is lying, this could mean they are a pathological liar.

You talk to them like they are normal, just don't believe anything they tell you.

The best way to tell if someone is a pathological liar, is to catch them in their lies. If you cant determine that they are a liar, it's best not to trust them until they prove otherwise, to keep yourself from getting hurt.

They lie when it would be easier to tell the truth.

whats the difference.? once they give you two lies. dump him .don't let him get to 3. I was with a pathological liar and a scum bag. they never stop lying . I wasted my life for 6 years.

you know your friend is a pathological liar basicly if they always have a tendency to lie and if they lie their way to deep in the lie to tell the truth. or if they constantly lie to cover up another lie and so on.

Pathological liar is hard to noticed, it often exaggerate issues. Person may not be lying deliberately. He or she would think and believe in their lies completely. Their daily life often includes such far fetched sentences about many things. Pathological liar often lie in situations whenever they find it easy to do so.

If you have to ask you already know do yourself a favor and move on trust is a must

Yes technaically you can... Although depending on what kind of person you are and what you believe it may concern you to a great extint. If you have problems living with someone who is a pathological liar I suggest you eave them if possible and if not then you may want to tell some one your troubles to see if you or the pathological liar can get help.

A better question is why would you want to stay with a pathological liar - a person who flagrantly shows you no respect. Obviously there is nothing to do in your case since you've already made the decision to stay with him. If you had any respect for yourself, you'd grow a backbone and tell him your marriage is over unless he gets psychological help.

Tell the truth. :) No, really, pathological lying is related to multiple factors of causation; psychotherapy to address these factors is likely most effective. Involvement of family members would likely be required.

yes ANSWER: Most of the times yes big time. The rest he is trying to get out of it... NO : My husband is as honest as can be. Only YOU can tell if your husband is s big, fat liar. We are not the psychic hotline. Do you have more info for us to go on ?

The fact that you ask the question seems to indicate that you have some doubts. When you make up your mind, just walk away. Don't listen to the promises. A pathological liar will lie when it would be easier to tell the truth. It's up to you to do what has to be done, for your own good. In the meantime, don't enter into any legal arrangements of any kind, loan any money, or otherwise become more entangled.

A pathological liar is someone that doesn't know how to tell the truth. There could be many reasons for this behavior. The person wasn't treated well by their parents and made to feel like a sub zero human being, so they lie or dramatize their life events to impress their peers. It also could be a person that is totally spoiled and never made to face consequences for their behavior. Their personality may not fit in with most of their peers so they lie to impress their peers (it generally back fires.) They could simply be lazy and not work at improving themselves so lying is easier to them than actually telling the truth. What liars don't get is they stand out like a sore thumb in a crowd. There is help for pathological liars, but most will never admit to it and therefore few will seek help for this condition.A Pathological Liar is someone who lies all the time - it's a habit of theirs and they don't really see it as wrong.A pathological liar is someone who often embellishes his or her stories in a way that he or she believes will impress people. Some think a pathological liar is different from a normal liar in that a pathological liar believes the lie he or she is telling to be true (at least in public) and is "playing" the role. It is not clear, however, that this is the case, and others hold that pathological liars know precisely what they are doing. Making up stories and at the same time believing them is known as confabulation. The term "pathological liar" is not an official clinical diagnosis however most psychiatrists agree that pathological lying is often the result of a mental disorder or low self-esteem.

You can't tell if a pathological liar is lying. They are sociopaths and have learned to mimic the behavior of truth. I know! I lived with one of the most skillful highly functioning and respected lying professionals for 27 years. He fooled me and everyone around him and was considered a trusted upstanding citizen by all and still holds a place of power in his community. If you asked most people what they thought of him they would sing his praises.

Pathological liars are those who tell lies at every given opportunity and it is a way of life for them. As such, pathological liars never tell the truth because they are incapable of doing so.

While virtually everyone may tell a lie at times, for various practical reasons, a pathological liar is a mentally ill person who feels compelled to lie even when the lies do not serve any useful purpose. Such people also may base their entire strategy of survival upon an endless series of lies. Pathological liars typically appear to be very sincere when they are lying, and may be very deceptive. They feel no embarrassment about what they do.

The legal test is the ability to tell right from wrong, and has nothing to do with telling the truth.

I would have to say that you just have to be around them long enough. Check out what they say to you. Ask about what they said earlier. Eventually they will start tripping themselves up. They will eventually forget what they told to whom. Hope this helps you some.

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.Be really discreate about it...tell him/her to their face when the time is right. or you can spread rumors behind their backs...

Just be honest and tell him. And learn to spell husbandJust be honest and tell him. And learn to spell husband

Pathological liars say whatever it takes to get them what they want. They know that they are lying. Compulsive liars lie when it would be easier to tell the truth. They often believe their own statements. If your behavior matches either of the above descriptions, you have a problem. It's up to you to decide how big it is and what to do about it.

You have 3 ways to deal with this colleague:1- Ignore him/ her2- Act that you believe every thing he/ she saying3- Advice your colleague to go for a doctorAnswerIgnore them, play along, (ask more details until they can't fabricate more story), or just straight up tell them, "you're a liar"