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demands commitment, loyalty and honesty.
One single deception, a little lie which can turn into a bigger
lie, may permanently seal a couple’s fate.
your salary on that cute outfit?
don’t really like her?
secretly shared it with your dog after just a few bites?
Do Relationships Need Lies to Survive ?
bad. In fact, if we are to be truly
honest about how many times we have lied, we would probably realize that we
regularly “white-lie” every day. We do
it when we call in sick at work (but are actually nursing a hang-over).
Husbands do it when they say their wives don’t look fat in an outfit. There are lies wherein we are trying to be
kind because we don’t want to hurt another one’s feelings. Sometimes, it is as simple as making a
comment about how good he looks (even if you think he needs a haircut and need
to hide the grey) or missing a lunch date because of the traffic (you actually
had a quick lunch time break at the spa).
forever, and sometimes, they start out as little lies. People get scared of telling the painful
truth, because it would hurt the other person or the person is not stable
emotionally. A lot of times, the intention is to shield the person. But then, this serious lie would just fester
and grow into proportions where a relationship can no longer be saved.
affair or hiding an illness from a family member – are more often done in a relationship
because one is afraid of what the concerned person will be capable of doing if
she finds out. Once you enter a serious
relationship, you are expected to be totally honest.
when he makes a big lie. Although he
claims of sparing and shielding his partner from the pain, it always comes down
to “All about himself.” One is making a
lie to make him look and feel better.
will eventually find out, forgive and forget about it , the relationship would
still probably end. In feel-good books
and movies, everything is resolved and they life happily ever after, but in
reality, this may never happen. There
was a deception and the relationship was doomed from the day the lie
started. Since the lie was made, the
relationship has already started crumbling, because behind the mind of the
person who made the big lie is fear – fear that his lie will be found out, fear
that his partner will leave him, fear
that his partner will never trust him again – and this fear will not exactly
help him in being happy in the relationship.