When a person is dishonest and he is not so truthfulness then he will be named as a lair. It can get a handle on blatant untruth, omission of facts, or over- or under-exaggerating. If once he got caught red handed upon what he said then it is going to damage his own personality, as it is going to put a major impact on the other person, which will disturb your own personal life.
Once it gone, it will never be back again:
Most of the times it happens in our lives, when we do have a lie from anyone who lie are continuously with no reasons, and then you got to loss trust on that person. You are not inn to trust on him that what he is saying again. As in Doe Zantamata’s quotes;
“Rebuilding trust when it’s been broken is not dependent only on the person who has broken it, or how many times they can prove they are honest. It depends on the person who has decided not to trust anymore. Though they may be totally justified in their decision not to trust, as long as they choose not to, the relationship has no hope of survival and should be ended. If or when they decide to trust again, there is hope reborn”
So when a person stops trusting the lying person, that person will not be going to have any one trust on that person ever again.
Burden on a lair:
Yes! No doubt a lair puts burden on him of lying, they feel burden on their backs, but all in vein, they never do stop lying, because lie runs in lair’s veins.
As Criss Jami said in his Quote:
“Never hide things from hardcore thinkers. They get more aggravated, more provoked by confusion than the most painful truths.”
It harms your brain, and stress up your body:
The most annoying thing, it harms your brain, you go on thinking that what you have said instead of telling a truth, some of the times your mind got full of clutter whenever you said lie, which makes you feel stress, you gt in to anxiety, sometimes depression too. It will not just damage your personality, but some of the times telling a lie makes you a psychological patient.
As Dale Archer said:
“Pathological liars are absolutely the toughest individual to deal with a psychiatrics. Because you can’t take anything they say at face value and you can’t, you know, fill in their personality, you don’t know what’s real and what’s not.”
These are habitual lairs, a liar who is having a habit of lying. This kind of liar can lie effortless and automated. Because they didn’t know well that they are lying, they stop lying when they realize that they are lying.
“We don’t lie to protect the other person. We lie to protect ourselves from the consequences. We lie because we don’t want to deal with our own feelings. We lie because we don’t want things to change. Not by our hand. So a wall starts to build.” Said Elisa Marie Hopkins