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How to Know When People Are Lying to You

How to Know When People Are Lying to You

 How to Know When People Are Lying to You

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As a parent, a boss, an employee, and even as a friend it is important to know when you are being lied too. In a crisis is that importance is multiplied to the extent that it can be the difference between life and death.

There are myths that many have taken as truths when it comes to telling if someone is lying. It’s said they blink more, or less, that they take long pauses and stammer a bit using non words like umm.. Totally untrue. A person’s blinking is unique to each person and depends more on their physical health than any truth or falsehood they may be telling you. People with dry eyes blink at a different rate than do those with moist eyes, is the person straining even unknown to themselves to see clearly, do they wear contacts etc… all this would have to be analyzed before how often a person blinks would play into their honesty. Same goes for the long or short pauses and uses of umms and ahhs. These are simply apart of some people’s manner of speech. They may be searching for the right word to use, may be nervous that they will say the wrong thing and be miss understood etc.. In a crisis scenario someone who isn’t anxious or stressed might be more suspicious than someone who is!

So are there credible ways that a persons body language can give them away when they aren’t being truthful? Yes, and the law enforcement agencies use them all the time to know when to push and when to back off a person’s story. Now you can learn how too.

See the featured link from Ask a Prepper below

 How To Tell When People Are Lying to You (in a crisis)

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