Some believe the N lies because he actually believes the lie but I disagree. W: Oh please…I’m so sick of this…What are you doing? Me: I wasn’t snooping, Wayne, it was right here on the counter. Sure, we’re talking little lies here but a narcissist’s little lies are many – and they’re all intentional.
He was later removed for “willful and prejudicial misconduct” for lying about attending Caltech.This education was critical to his Judicial position.Now, let me make the distinction: there are people who lie and then there are liars. We often substitute the word “excuses” for “white lies.” But it’s basically the same thing. Since they have no legs, they can’t take a stand on anything that matters. Sometimes we’re not even aware that we’re lying until someone points it out. They have destroyed their own reputations and in doing so, their name in the community.It is irrelevant that researchers have discovered evidence that everyone lies in one way or another.
Not only are most lies damaging, psychopathic lies are beyond the scope of what most people can even imagine when they think about lying. These folks almost live in an a false reality that they have even come to believe. Sadly, I can speak from experience and being a liar can ruin your life and the lives of those around you. All of these motives have the “self” at the center. They’re not thinking about the questions, How will this impact people I care about? No, liars are very short sighted, focusing only on the immediate and easy way out of a situation. Liars Are In Love with Themselves: Think about it, why do people lie? They don’t want to look stupid, they don’t want to be wrong, they don’t want to let people down, they want to keep everyone happy, they want to get what they want. They’re essentially only in a relationship with themselves. Liars Are Cowards: Anyone who lacks the courage to look at the truth is a coward. They’re so busy keeping up with “the Joneses” that they destroy their closest relationships in the process. In the long run, it is impossible to have a long-term, healthy relationship built on mutual trust and honesty because liars are narcissists. Instead of admitting their shortcomings, their failures – their basic humanness – they will lie in order to cover it up. This means that he’ll lie about which super market he shopped at, where he stopped for gas, the hours he worked and what days he has off.