A Conduit of Mixed News & Self Help Information with a dash of humor…
Whether or not we admit it, lying is – like using the bathroom or having sex – something that all humans do. It is an awkward subject, however, and one that we tend to avoid at all costs.
That is because when we are caught lying, the outcome is rarely positive. At best, it is mildly embarrassing. At worst it can lead to outright ruination. For some, lying is second nature and for the more virtuous among us, it is a last resort.
Despite the human propensity for lying, few of us know how our brains react when we lie or how often other people lie. For example, why do our eyes move? Why do we breathe faster? And how do compulsive liars manage to hold their stories together?