Small lies, big lies, web of lies – we’ve all lied in some way or another. I also get a lot of people asking about lying, so it’s something that I think I should dig a little deeper into.Continue reading Why Lie? Set the Truth Free!
You must have heard many times that you shouldn’t lie, but on the opposite scale to that, have you considered why you should tell the truth? I want to offer my five reasons why being truthful can be beneficial to your life.
Being responsible means being reliant on yourself and, importantly, you must trust yourself too. With trust in yourself comes the ability to take on further responsibility and complete things with much success.
And this is how you should be truthful; to yourself. Ask yourself, what are your skills? Where do your passions lie? And what do you want out of life?
By being honest with yourself you are able to succeed with confidence and the openness to grow in your skillset.
The main reason why you find it so easy to lie is because it has become your default response to any type of tension and stress in your life.
I got a question on my YouTube channel asking why they find it different to tell the truth.
So, I want to share my 5 steps to help you stop lying.
In order to break the cycle of lying, you first need to find your triggers.
Lying to yourself is a short-term action that can make you feel safe, but in the long term means further lies and living in a false reality. It can also be a very lonely existence!
The main reason why you lie is to defuse tension, get out of trouble or to make yourself feel better. It can become so natural that you don’t even realise that you are doing it.
Talking about mental health can be anxiety provoking. Especially when someone else’s mental health is in question.
You might feel like you should be there for them, but don’t know where to start or how to approach the subject.