Your Deceptions Will Do You in
Season 1, Episode 11
H ave you ever told a lie? Or perhaps it would be more accurate to ask when the last time was that you lied. Sometimes lies are bold and brazen while other times they are communicated via insincerity or even silence . Either way, a relationship is going to be damaged by an ongoing hedging of the truth. In this recording you will be challenged to learn why people lie and the importance of maximizing truthfulness.
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Something to Think about
In this episode, we understand that:
- Lying is driven by fear.
- Lying leads to a host of other relational and emotional problems.
- Lying can indicate a passive aggressive approach toward conflict resolution.
One of the most important aspects to positive change is communication and questions are the best way to gain deeper insights and develop more innovative solutions. So each week, I ask a question.
“What price have you had to pay for telling a lie?”
Les Carter, Ph. D.Please share your thoughts below.
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