Being a liar is one of the most damaging insults you can hurl at another person. None of us wants to live or work with liars: they sow mistrust and shatter relationships.
60 per cent of adults can’t have a ten minute conversation without telling at least one lie.
Facebook and Twitter have multiplied our opportunities to tell lies, and made it much easier for them to spread; these days, a lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has even woken up.
It’s not much of a coincidence that people are compulsive Facebook users, and that those same demographic of people can also be compulsive liars.
Think of Adrianne Moss Snell Lowes Arguminez (whatever her last name is by the time you’re reading this), Katy Remes, and Faith Conaway.
Look at how much ‘social manipulation’ Faith does on a continual basis for her Facebook. Hide this friend, allow this friend, tell other people who to block and who to friend (