TWM is proud to announce that it has acquired the rights to interviews of two women who participated in the Suffrage Movement: Giving students the opportunity to read firsthand accounts of what life was like for girls and women in the late 19th and early 20th centuries will be an excellent supplement to any American History class. The files containing the interviews are large and take a few minutes to load.
Many things can destroy trust and intimacy between partners when one is a high conflict person, often someone with borderline or narcissistic personality disorder.
But one of the top ones is lying--especially when it is about extramarital contact. It's just that those who do lie so thoroughly and often that they spoil it for those who do not.
Just What Is a Lie? First, let's define what a lie is, because what constitutes a lie and the truth is a gray area. In the essay "Lies, Liars, and Lying: Here are examples that a year-old girl might tell to parents who went on an overnight trip and left her at home "alone.
Not speaking up when asked a direct question: Silence when asked, "What did you do when we were gone? Making up facts that are not true: Embellishing the truth is a way that misleads: Insisting that a truth known to someone is a falsehood: Is there something wrong with your vision?
One woman in therapy once said that nearly all the quarrels in her family was about whose reality would be dubbed the "right" one. Acknowledging the truth but assigning motives that were never there to make yourself look better: Keeping secrets for the wrong reasons: One of the friends stole the mother's expensive earrings.
Unconscious Lies Now let's look at unconscious lies, or untruths that the teller believes on a conscious level. Being truthful takes the ability to be honest with one's own self, because if you're not honest with yourself, you won't be honest with others.
The Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissism. He writes p In a sense, narcissists are out of touch with reality.
They are not mentally ill, like a psychotic; they are just unwilling to acknowledge truth that doesn't match their preferences. While normal people can weigh events rationally and draw fair conclusions about themselves, narcissists do not.
They lack the objectivity to live with reasonable insight because their need for self exaltation does not allow them to accept that their perceptions might not be the ultimate truth. Their idealized view of themselves blinds them as they try to make sense of life, particularly the elements in themselves that might be imperfect or that might require adjustments and they never want to make adjustments.
When we are gripped by a strong emotion that doesn't fit the circumstances, we interpret what is happening in a way that fits with the emotions we are feeling instead of the facts presented to us.
In other words, we seek to confirm what we already feel and ignore new evidence that does not fit, maintain or justify the emotion. We all do it, but people people with BPD who see things in black and white and have unstable, intense emotions do it to a greater degree.
And as if that weren't enough, lingering negative feelings about other issues make one more likely to see negative intent. People with BPD tend to remember every hurt "done to them" as though it happened yesterday.
Their false conclusions lead to problematic decisions and behaviors since they're always assuming the worst. They also project their own feelings onto others, so their "You hate me," means "I hate myself. It's hard to tell the difference between a conscious lie and a conscious one.
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