Lindsey Henderson
Lindsey Henderson voted up Dark Majinn's answer

Not usually.

Lying is mostly impulsive and often someone who lies will have it set as the a default to their personality. Whether it is to gain favor, or make themselves look good, or even if their variation of what happened differs based on their skewed version of reality. Those whom take the time and … Read more

Lindsey Henderson
Lindsey Henderson voted up Dark Majinn's answer

Not usually.

Lying is mostly impulsive and often someone who lies will have it set as the a default to their personality. Whether it is to gain favor, or make themselves look good, or even if their variation of what happened differs based on their skewed version of reality. Those whom take the time and … Read more

Lindsey Henderson
Lindsey Henderson voted up Charles Davis' answer

I know everyone lies here and there, so it would depend on the severity of the lie and if they cause harm to others, or are told to progress a persons place in a circle of associates.

As example, If a person wakes up late for work, they often time make up a story, like … Read more

Lindsey Henderson
Lindsey Henderson voted up Rooster Cogburn's answer

I don't think I'll ever really trust them again for a while but I will give them a chance to atone for their lie. If it continues, then I distance myself from them as much as I can. But I always give them another chance in case they learned their lesson about lying !