when the truth you know becomes another lie...

@chiyosan (30203)
Philippines
September 18, 2011 12:30pm CST
How would you react? Sometimes we are told things and for some reason we believe it to be the truth because we trusted the person. Suddenly we would realize that we are being lied upon again and we'd discover that the truth we once know was a lie. Maybe sometimes we would even see or notice it when a web of lies has already been dropped unto us! Have you ever been in the situation where you are left with nothing but doubts as to what to believe because every thing has turned out to be unbelievable. By opinions please?
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@Amanda81587 (3046)
• United States
19 Sep 11
Lately I have been being lied to so much that I do not even know what was ever the truth or whether to believe anything that I am ever being told. My ex has lied so much and I had caught him lying that it is not even phasing me anymore that is why he is now my ex. Also now that we are not together he is still trying to lie to me all the time!
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@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
19 Sep 11
oh, is this the picture i am to be in with my boyfriend? =( i can't even bare think about it anymore. its just not right... i am feeling sad that he has to lie to me... and that i had to find it out and up to the last minute, he can't be true to me... its like i can no longer expect him to be true to me... i do not think he'd try to... maybe not anymore.
@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
i hope that everythin is okay with you and the kids now. im sure you will be able to go through this and be successful! :D thank you very much for your response! happy mylotting! i am sure we both have learned a great deal from this experience
@xtedaxcvg (3190)
• Philippines
18 Sep 11
I was and it wasn't easy. I also believe that it could happen again but this time I know that I'm a bit stronger than before. My advice is to pick it up afterwards. Life goes on and the only way to cope with it is to be stronger every time you stumble.
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@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
19 Sep 11
thank you so much. I guess that's true. we just have to move on. we cannot really go around sulking on this because we should always live life forward.
@gk655321 (236)
20 Sep 11
This seems to happen to me a lot. I tend to doubt almost everything I hear until I do some research myself to find out if it is really true or not.
@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
oh it is good to have doubts, but never to a point that you do ot trust any one. just have doubts and reaffirm yourself... this is different when you discovered you are being lied to of course. =) thank you very much for your response! happy mylotting!
• Malaysia
19 Sep 11
I don't think I've been in such a situation before. It doesn't sound like a pleasant one to be in. I think if it was me, I would want to know why was the web of lies weaved in the first place. Why was it so hard to tell me the truth from the beginning?
@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
it was hard.. and yes when you are in doubt, believe in yourself and you know what you should believe in, if it does not make sense then question it and demand for the truth. thank you very much for your response! happy mylotting!
@knicnax (2234)
• Philippines
19 Sep 11
I haven't been in that situation, thankfully. Or maybe I haven't discovered that it's all a lie? But then again, I've been wary about everything. I'm paranoid and always think that what I'm being told may be just a half-truth. If it does happen to me though, I would certainly lose trust with that person and the people involved. It will also make me more paranoid. Now depending on how grave the lie was would be my initial reaction of fighting back or just accept the fact and declare it friendship over, or just let it slide
@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
it can be a good thing when you always think a step ahead. but sometimes these lies, over a lie on top of another lie can be confusing and it can really catch us up unaware. thank you very much for your response! happy mylotting!
• Philippines
19 Sep 11
I would slowly lose faith to that one that has told me a lie. I rather prefer that you told me the truth even though it hurts rather than tell me white lies that could hurt me even more for a long time.
@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
ah yeah when i have been hurt... by someone i always remember that.. i take note i keep it in mind. thank you very much for your response! happy mylotting!
@aparajita (860)
• India
19 Sep 11
With people, yes, I knew whom to filter out and make friends with. With situations I did felt terribly hurt and groomed myself to be just the same as a person should be- worldly -wise. I grew out off those challenges. They were meant for me and make me the individual I expected to me. Emotions will tend to bog down for a phase. Live it. Think and feel it. Then slowly instead of being negative, just try to find out how you can make the most of a similar situation if at all you face in the future. All the best!
@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
it did bog down on me... it made me feel like i could not do anything else until we finish or until we talk or until i have had my pains carried it to him in a form of revenge.. i am not sure. but then i sure am glad its over now thank you very much for your response! happy mylotting!
• China
19 Sep 11
Frankly i hate someone who lie to me. At the first beginning,the truth someone tells you will make you happy. It seems that he gives you hope and energy to do something or expect something,but when everything finally proved to be wrong,you feel like falling from Skyscraper. This is the greatest harm to me.And never be a friend of me.
• Philippines
19 Sep 11
you're right. once a liar always a liar. unless that person has a good intention for not telling you the truth. but if it's just plain lying, i will not believe that person anymore.
@GemmaR (8526)
18 Sep 11
I had a friend when I was at college and it got to the point where you just couldn't believe a single word that he said to you. Everything that came out of his mouth was just another lie, and he didn't know where to draw the line between a joke and just a downright lie. I had spoken to him about it on a number of occasions and still he would tell the lies so, after a long journey, I decided that I no longer wanted to be his friend. I am much happier now that I have made that decision, as there is no way that he can hurt me anymore.
@chiyosan (30203)
• Philippines
19 Sep 11
i think this sort of thing happens. i used to think that people should really try to move on and forgive a lie told, if this was meant to protect you, to save a relationship... etc.. but when it happens to you... nah.. its really different huh! i believed its way too much to take already and its like when the person speaks, half of your attention goes to thinking is this for real? half would tell you to listen, half would tell you to ignore and shrug it off because it could be another lie... =(