Should you call out a liar or let it slide? Here's how to figure out the right approach.
Covering up for the dent that suddenly appeared in the car; sneaking out to a concert with friends under the pretence of a group study session or exaggerating about the number of celebrities you spotted during summer break in Los Angeles. Sounds familiar?
Understandably, much attention tends to focus on election winners -- to the victors go the spoils. Studying the habits of those in government seems endlessly more fascinating, revealing, and rewarding; and on a psychological level, everybody likes a winner and nobody likes a loser.
Where do we stand on telling children why Adam and Steve are holding hands? Is there an appropriate age that something like this should be discussed or is it better for the child to discover of their own accord?
Dogs may be man's best friend, but only when we're telling them the truth. According to new research, our canine pals can
It's the darkest week of the year, nearly Christmas. Stories of Santa Claus and elves abound... but my kids know they're not real. I've never lied about this.
We don't intend to drink two bottles of wine when we specifically said we were only going to have one glass. That I would call weak-willed. Falling into the world-wide-web I would label as procrastination. And when we say we have learned our lesson and will never date someone 'like that' again, we genuinely mean it.
How many times have you told a fib today? According to Robert Feldman, author of The Liar In Your Life: The Way To Truthful
Lying - some people are great at it (Lance Armstrong practically made an Olympic sport of it) while others are miserably
With the shenanigans at the News Of The World dominating the dailies, one can't help wondering if, or when, people who are having an affair should confess their infidelity to the people they are actually married to. Here's my top ten tips on coming clean. Or not.