If she is always lying to you, then she is a pathological liar.
Pathological lying is not amenable to discipline. Your teenager needs professional help.
a pathological liar is someone who constantly tells lies.
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.
As far as is now known, pathological lying is not treatable.
I can give you a couple. He is a pathological liar. The disease is pathological.
A Chronic liar will lie about everything knowing that it is a lie. A Pathological liar will begin to believe his/her lies are actually the truth
A pathological liar may also be schizophrenic. Both are defects in the brain and schizophrenia may be the cause of pathological lying.
NO. Therapy will not help or cure.Get away from this person ASAP!
You don't. YOU GET AWAY FROM THEM. (see definitions of Narcissist and Sociopath)
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.
Yeah. Get rid of the pathologically credulous and the liars will have no one to fabricate to.
Pathological is illness, a compulsive liar feels the urge to lie, it can sort of become an illness because they can't stop themselves.
habitual liar pathological liar chronic liar
Not all pathological liars are unfaithful. The question is: Do you think the pathilogical liar cheated on the spouse? Well, if you asked the pathological liar if they cheated on their spouse and they said no. Then they did, Because they are Pathological liars. Which means they cant help but to lie. But, if they said they didn't cheat on their spouse before you asked them? It could mean that they are not lieing. Its a catch twenty-two. They best way to figure that one out is to ask yourself, "Can I or should I trust a pathological liar?"
Answer You really can't. There can be no trust in a relationship with a pathological liar and trust is an absolute foundation of any long-term relationship.
you talk to a psychologist and get an accurate diagnosis then discuss treatments
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.
Let me begin by saying that I'm a pathological liar : P
a cumpulsive liar is a person who lies repeatedly with no belief or personal gain from the lies. A pathological liar is a person who lies repeatedly until they begin to believe their own lies.
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?
The court thought he was a pathological liar to be able to lie about his wife's death