Should one lie exempt a person from ever being believed again? Why or Why not?
says TomboyJanet on Jun 22nd 18 (#820760)
People arent 100 percent one thing or 100 percent another. We have depth. We're not cartoon characters stuck with one trope. Someone may have made a mistake in their life but ignoring them because of it could be detrimental for all you know
says TomboyJanet on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782605)
Everybody lies sometimes
says DWF on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782619)
The truth is impossible to know
says VicZinc on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782691)
I suppose some lies could be so bad that it would keep me from ever trusting them again but I don't think it should condemn them to never being believed by anyone ever again. We're only human.
says ProdigalSon on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782695)
Depends on the lie
says trooper on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782710)
I completely agree... it depends on what was said and what the subject matter was!
says Zolfie on Jun 22nd 18 (#2783059)
I agree with Trooper. Depends on the lie. I'll let most slide but I won't trust a person again if the lie is significant.
says Rooster on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782802)
How bad of a lie must it be? It could also depend on the frequency of lying.
Also remember that simply being wrong about something is not a lie nor is it something to be ashamed about. But when we try desperately to avoid being seen as wrong, thats when the lies fly out.
says TomboyJanet on Jun 22nd 18 (#2782952)
It truly depends on circumstances. Telling someone you like their haircut or dress is far different from lying about rape or abuse
says Trish on Jul 11th 18 (#2790106)