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Date posted: January 22, 2012

In an ideal society there would be no need for lies.  But we live in a world of deception. And whether you want to play or not, you’re in the game.The question is, do you want to win?

Signs of Deception
Once   you   realize   that   you’re   being   lied   to,   should   you   confront   the   liar   immediately? Usually   not. The   best approach is to note the fact in your mind and continue with the conversation, trying to extract more information.

Once you confront someone who has lied to you, the tone of the conversation changes and gathering additional facts becomes difficult.. Therefore, wait until you have all the evidence you want and then decide whether to confront the person at that time or hold off to figure how you can best use this insight to your advantage.

Body Language
The   person    will   make   little   or   no  eye   contact. A   person  who   is   lying   to   you   will   do everything to avoid making eye contact.

Physical expression will be limited, with few arm and hand movements.  What arm and hand movements are present will seem stiff, and mechanical.  Hands, arm and legs pull in toward  the body; the individual takes up less space.

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