Liars. So difficult to deal with, yet so easy! This article will teach you some tips on how to deal with liars, and possibly how to make them crack.
When dealing with truth, liars, and the suppression of truth, or when a crime involves a conspiracy, or conspiracy to cover-up, accuse those guilty of the latter freely. They (both those deliberately seeking to lead you astray, and those who are simply foolish or misguided thinkers) generally run for cover when thus illuminated. courtesy:wikihow
Remember that, when dealing with a liar, the best policy is blinding truth. Liars always are shown in the end for what they are.
Keep your words soft and hold your tongue. At times this may be the hardest thing to do when presented with a lie, either to you, or about you. Simply state the truth. Do not use harsh words. Do not get angry. Try to remain calm and collected. Let the lie be seen for what it is in time.
Make sure you do not lie, most importantly. If you are known as an honest person, who never fails the truth, when a lie is said the other will be known as false. "False words are not only evil in themselves, but they infect the soul with evil." -Plato
Keep in mind that if one speaks lies about you, then say nothing back but the truth, even if it hurts sometimes. "Anger at lies lasts forever. Anger at truth can't last." -Greg Evans
Remember that truth really is the best weapon for fighting a lie. "Truth is generally the best vindication against slander." -Abraham Lincoln
Ask an elder for help in the matter. No matter what you are, be you 7, or 75, there is wisdom that comes with age, and presenting your problem to an elder will often lead you to a result. Never forget that they have lived already and have the wisdom that accompanies that.
Understand that if a child lies that's considered immaturity, if an adult lies that is considered having an evil tongue.
Reflect on the quote: "Words are cheap, but all the money in the world can't buy back an exposed lie!" -Noel Gallagher.