The 7 Lies You Can Be Sure He’s Been Telling You

The 7 Lies You Can Be Sure He’s Been Telling You

 

Sadly, all men do lie. Hey, women do too sometimes … but right now, we’re talking about men.

 

The key is to know exactly where men are typically deceitful. Because oh yes: Men tend to have a trend when it comes to their falsehoods …

 

The White Lies He Tells

 

  1. “I love what you have on. You look great!”

 

Ok this one’s not always a lie, but sometimes: Yeah. Usually it’s when you “dress for women” instead of for men.

 

For example, when you wear those gaucho pants with the flouncy top and statement necklace.

 

Women? Think the outfit’s super fly. Men? Think it’s … sorta funny-lookin. That’s because they would prefer you in a slinky little black dress with stilettos every day. But how boring, right?

 

  1. “I never masturbate because I have you, sweetheart.”

 

Well, probably not true. Almost all men masturbate from time to time. And with the libido that some men have, you should be glad that they do unless you’re into having sex all the time.

 

  1. Ew, porn is terrible. I don’t know why any man would watch that.”

 

Most men watch porn, and that’s just a fact. Similar to masturbating, it’s just a part of how they’re wired. To be sure, many women watch porn as well. Generally speaking, as long as the porn doesn’t cross any serious, legal or completely amoral boundaries, porn can just be a fun thing to get the motor running.

 

  1. “I never think about my ex.”

 

He does. Now, this doesn’t mean that he’s pining over her, but come on. You think about your ex, right? From time to time, he probably does too.

 

The More Dangerous Lies He Could Be Telling You

 

  1. “Oh her? Ha! She’s just a friend. I could never imagine being interested in her.”

 

The fact that he is even saying that is cause for alarm. The fact that you are even thinking about this or having to ask him about another woman is cause for alarm.

 

  1. “I haven’t had sex with that many women, honestly.”

 

Well, he probably actually has had his share of rolls in the sack.

 

Now, if he’s just trying to be more gentlemanly by not “naming names,” then that’s one thing. But do keep in mind that those who have a lot of multiple partners in their past (generally more than you can count on two hands) do have a higher risk for STDs (even if they’re committed to one person now). So that’s something to actually be serious and learn the truth about if you’re engaging in sexual activity.

 

  1. “I’m definitely serious about us. But I just have a lot going on, and I’m not ready to commit.”

 

If he’s saying this while simultaneously wanting to get in your pants, run for the hills. This guy is lying through his teeth. If he was really serious about you, he would figure out a way to drop everything and commit to you.

 

Tips and Tricks for Knowing When He’s Lying About Other Things

 

If the FBI can use little signs and cues to know when someone’s fibbin, why can’t you?

 

Sure signs he’s a big fibber:

 

  • You’re getting TMI (too much information). For example: “Yeah, last night, me and my buddies got beers, everyone got two beers each, and we went out to the beach. You know the one by the gas station. And we stayed there for about an hour and fifteen minutes. Then we had to stop at John’s house and we were there for about 15 minutes and then …”

 

  • You’re getting TLI (too little information). For example:

 

You: “What’d you do last night?”

Him: “Just hung out with friends?”

You: “Where?”

Him: “Around.”

You: “With who?”

Him: “Just some people.”

 

  • He blows up when you act skeptical in the least and acts like you’re crazy. This is also known as “gaslighting.” You ask a single question about the validity of what he’s saying, and he freaks out and turns it around on you, like you’re the untrustworthy one.

 

  • Other signs that he’s not being truthful:

 

  • He can’t look you in the eye.
  • He skirts around answering by kissing or hugging you.
  • He changes the subject.
  • You’re gut just tells you that something is wrong.

 

 

So You’re Fairly Certain He’s Lying: What Now?

 

When you’re fairly sure he’s lying about something important between the two of you, this is an extremely difficult thing to take. So many questions will be running through your head at this point, but likely, two questions will be at the forefront:

 

  1. Why did you do this?
  2. What can I do to get him back?

 

But if you’re asking these questions, it does mean that you’re ready to hear the real, albeit often hard-to-take truth about men in general. This is something that thousands of women never hear in their lifetimes.

 

And if you want this information (as well as how to use it to get him back and save your relationship), you have to go to the source. And that’s men themselves.

 

But knowing what your man—or any man for that matter—thinks and feels about you, your relationship or anything at all can be truly difficult because, well, men aren’t the type to expose their feelings. Like, ever.

 

Fortunately, however, we have a man named Michael Fiore, who is willing to give us this very information. How did he get it?

 

One, Fiore’s a relationship coach and an author who has been featured on CBS Radio, Fox News, Rachel Ray and many other popular shows and platforms for his amazing techniques to help both men and women improve their romantic lives.

 

Two, he interviewed and surveyed a large number of men and got their real, actual answers to the questions all women have.

 

Three, he’s a man himself.

 

Which leads us to The Secret Survey. This is the program that Michael Fiore created from all the knowledge he has gleaned over his years as a leading relationship expert. This program will tell you all the things that men desperately want you to know about them … but will never tell you.

 

If you’ve been hit hard by a man who has lied, cheated or just grown completely distanced from you … remember that there is hope. Try The Secret Survey to see how you can turn it all around. Because Fiore doesn’t just leave you hanging. He gives you the information … AND tells you how to use it to make your man fall even more in love with you than you ever thought possible.

 

Are You Being Ghosted?

Ghosting: THIS Is Why It’s Happening to You

By: Faye Roberts

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Think back 10 or more years. Do you remember sitting by your home phone and waiting for that special someone to call? Quite the nail biting experience, right?

 

And if they didn’t call, if hours went by or even days or entire weekends … no need to worry! There were many ways to justify their absence. Like perhaps they …

 

  • Were out of town.
  • Got sick.
  • Were just totally bogged down with work.
  • Were trying to play hard to get with you …
  • Were having trouble with their phone lines?
  • Oh! They were in a serious accident!
  • Kidnapped … ?
  • Suddenly had to go into witness protection … Maybe?

 

Ok, so some of these could have been true, but of course some of them were never true and never would be. Sometimes, that guy or girl just didn’t like you back, and it was a relatively easy letdown once you understood. In most cases, they’d tell you.

 

Today, things are different. The fact that there are so many ways we can contact each other (call, text, email, Facebook …) means that there are also so many ways we can be, well, ignored.

 

In fact, because most people in this day and age are with a phone, computer, or tablet almost 24/7, it’s made the ignoring glaringly obvious.

 

And the phenomenon has been given a name: Ghosting.

 

What Is Ghosting?

 

Ghosting occurs when someone you’ve been dating or would like to start dating suddenly stops replying to your calls, texts and emails. It happens one day seemingly out of the blue, or you may notice a slow trail of less and less contact.

 

The common denominator in all ghosting situations is that you don’t get an explanation. You don’t get a straightforward “I don’t want to date you anymore” or anything similar. As such, you’re left with a lot of questions.

 

Why Do People Think It’s Okay to Ghost Someone?

 

If you’re wondering about the answer to this question, then you’re probably not the kind of person who would ghost someone else, and that’s a good thing.

 

At its core, ghosting is a rather cowardly, rude act that almost always ends up hurting the other person. Even if you’ve only been on a few dates, even if you haven’t even gone out yet! Being rejected hurts.

 

And having no idea why you’ve been rejected? Hurts even more.

 

Every ghosting situation is naturally different. But most of the time, you can attribute ghosting to the dating climate in this day and age. Things are different! People are literally swiping through pictures of people to see “who looks good.” In other words, people are more expendable.

 

Some people are going on multiple dates in one night, courting several people simultaneously. So someone you met online and made plans with may have tried making plans with 4 other people too. If one of those people strikes their fancy first—you’re out. No fair, right? We don’t think so either, but it’s what’s happening to a lot of people.

 

What to Do if You’ve Been Ghosted

 

It can feel really bad to be ghosted. If it’s a longer term relationship, it’s of course going to be especially crushing. Here are 3 ways to help yourself deal with it.

 

  1. Accept It and Realize the Dating World Has Changed

 

The realization that you’ve been ghosted hurts. But you have to notice it, see it for what it is, and accept it so that you can avoid any embarrassment and move on. How to see it? Well, if you haven’t gotten a response from them after 3 attempts on your part, don’t assume they’re trapped under something heavy. You’ve probably been ghosted.

 

You will know when someone is into you. You’ll feel it because they’ll lay it on thick, and you’ll be able to tell even if they’re trying to play hard to get.

 

If you’ve been ghosted, remember, it’s not about you. Accept it, and talk to friends about it. Almost everyone has been ghosted.

 

  1. Cut Contact on Your End

 

Now, it’s your responsibility to stop contacting them. Don’t text to say “I know what you’re doing! You %#@$!” Don’t leave a message saying “I miss you, call me!” And do not go to their house, try to find out information from your mutual friends, or “accidentally run into them” at their favorite bar. As soon as you realize what’s going on, cut the contact.

 

  1. Get the Answers You Deserve

 

This pertains to longer term relationships. If you’ve only texted or talked on the phone or perhaps been out once or twice, don’t dig yourself into a bigger hole—cut the line and move on.

 

But if you’ve been dating for a while, and all of the sudden, your calls and texts aren’t being answered, you go to their house and knock on the door, and nothing, then you see they’ve just posted a picture of themselves with someone else on the Internet … you know what’s going on. And that’s very unkind. You deserve to know why it’s happening.

 

Women tend to be more compassionate to men in these situations. If you’re a guy in a ghosting situation, try respectfully asking the woman what’s going on, and they’ll hopefully explain. But remember, if you’re angry and aggressive, you can almost guarantee they’ll keep ignoring you.

 

For women who want to know why they’ve been ghosted by men, it’s a whole different story. Why men lie is one of the great questions of our time. Why don’t they feel like they can tell the truth? What’s going on in their minds? Why are they closing us out?

 

Fortunately, one man is giving up the answers.

 

Famed relationship expert Michael Fiore has decided to tell the dirty truth about why men lie in his amazing guide especially for women called The Secret Survey.

 

The Secret Survey explains in detail what men are dying for women to know. They lie for a reason—you know that, right? And as a woman, you hold a lot of the power here.

 

For example, did you know that men feel extremely vulnerable around women? And that because this feeling of vulnerability goes directly against the expectation that men always be tough and masculine, this scares men and makes them cut contact out of fear of being too emotional?

 

This is only one element of The Secret Survey. The guide is a must for every woman, but especially for women who are being ghosted.

 

The feeling of being ghosted hurts badly, but the situation may not be what you think it is. Look into The Secret Survey to see if what you’ve been suspecting may be true …  and don’t lose hope.

 

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