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... I know how you feel. One of my best friends is a chronic liar. I have been friends with him for about 20 years. He has always been like this, so I know no different with him. ... (4 replies)
... Thanx for your post pea! I am sorry to hear you are suffering the same problem as myself. I know only too well how hard it is to cope with and the decision as to whether to speak out or not is a very difficult one to take. ... (9 replies)
... worse and worse. She told us her father raped her and made her mother sit and watch it. She also said that she moved out of her house and into an apartment with a girl named Tina and two other guys. Tina was a hooker and her and Jane got into big fights all the time because Tina was tormenting her. ... (3 replies)

Pathological liar
Jan 23, 2003
... My friend, who I attend college with, is a pathological liar. ... (16 replies)
... Hi everyone. I have a younger sister who is a pathological liar. It seems like it started when she was in her early teens and since then it has grown out of control. ... (9 replies)
... I am beginning to suspect my closest friend of being a pathological liar. ... (9 replies)
... I have a friend who does this too. And she's someone who is special to me so of course it makes it difficult to broach the subject with her. I think you're brave for bringing it up with your friend. ... (9 replies)
... hi i have a 9 year old nephew he was a bad liar for atleast a couple of years his elder brother was always in the spot light due to sport and school work but the nine year old was a little jelous of his older brother that he couldnt do what he could so he made up stories about coming first in races and so forth he would get so upset of being at home he would... (8 replies)
... I just broke a friendship because of a pathological liar. When ever she had a fight with someone she would turn around and say that they were stalking her. The lies didn't stop there. ... (3 replies)
... hey, its me again. Ive recently had a rather upsetting conversation with my dad about my friend. he told me no matter what i do, i will not be able to help my friend as he is beyond help. he said i should get out whilst i can and look out for myself before I get dragged down by him. ... (9 replies)
... This is prob the last time i will post anything on here cos I guess my story has come to an end. Me and my friend had a talk today. We were both hoping to sort things out but it soon became clear there was no trust and without trust, what is any relationship? ... (9 replies)
... I'm not expert, but I think here is what you have to consider. You can't change him. He is hurting you more often than not. A toxic sort of relationship. If he is causing you more pain than good, then it is healthiest for both of you to break it off. ... (9 replies)
... she hurt her wrist and it gave her cancer and her parents threw her out because she had cancer. There were other stories too, but that sticks in my mind. ... (3 replies)
... I feel for you and the situation you are currently in. I too have known someone who was a pathological liar and it hurt to know or to just suspect what he said might be a lie. With my husband he grew up with a family of many brothers and sisters and often went unheard. ... (9 replies)
I can't stop lying
Apr 20, 2004
... comes to mind. I lied about having a relationship with somebody I really never had any kind of intimate relationship with. I lied to a couple of girls who were just becoming friends with me, and I think it was because I REALLY wanted this lie to be true, more than anything else in the world. ... (2 replies)
... Sounds like she's just looking for attention, obviously in the wrong way. I think pathological liars know & remember their lies, but I also think they get to where they believe their own lies, but I don't think they forget them. (3 replies)
... Thanks so much for your reply emerald! It means a lot to know that other people have had similar experiences. Last night I broched the subject with him. ... (9 replies)
... h it seems like petty things that have no effect on anyone at the moment, this can easily get out of hand and so I would encourage you to sort this out whilst it is still manageable and not give up deciding it effects noone else so its ok! ... (5 replies)
... wow that was weird to read that...most of what you said reminded me of either myself or a friend i had a while back...she was a compulsive liar...not saying thats what your friend is... ... (6 replies)




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