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Dishonesty is a slippery slope.
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Not every album can make year-end lists, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're not worthy. There are always a few albums that fall through the cracks during the year and wind up under-appreciated...
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Be honest -- could you last a whole day without lying? What about two years? In 1997's "Liar Liar," Jim Carrey's character struggled to stay honest for 24 hours, which included everything from trying...
A University of Toronto report based on two neural imaging studies that monitored brain activity has found a reward given for telling the truth gives people greater satisfaction than the same reward given for deceit.
We get aggressively upset by people who haven't seen/heard/read the things we have. At a certain point, I got tired of bringing group conversations to a halt because I had only seen the first season of Mad Men. The lies started small.
Many liars are successful, but that's usually because we make it easy for them. If we want to be more empowered in our lives, we should stop allowing the liars of the world to take advantage of us. Here are four basic tools for seeing through the liars in your personal, professional and political life and making sure that it's a lot harder for these people to fool you in the future.