Am i dating a pathological liar
A week after coming home from her honeymoon she had gone to cash a check for two hundred dollars only to be told there were insufficient funds in her account. Her new husband it seemed had used her money to pay off his heavy debts he had accumulated with his first wife, debts this wife knew nothing about!He had told her that he was debt-free when they were dating.You have to ask yourself, do you actually really know this guy?Try to sit down with him to have a decent talk about it.While trust is a bond, it is also a tenuous one, easily broken, if one of the partners constantly lies.When we talk about lying, we're not including innocent white lies as in, "Did you close the outside lights? Lies about fidelity and money are the two most common ones that affect couples.Being with a person you can't trust can only cause stress and emotional upheaval. We’ve been dating for 2 years but these past few months I’ve been finding out about all these unnecessary lies he tells people and tells me.
If the relationship is a good, solid one and you can get through the minor problems that seem to affect all partnerships, that make life easier.He needs to figure out why he does this and if anything can be done about it.If he just tries to notice when he does it in the first place, he can then work on correcting himself and figuring out what he can do to stop. If it turns out that he's doing it knowingly, yeah. If he's not willing to do what he can to stop, it'll only cause you stress that you don't need.It makes me wonder if anything he told me in the past was even true. He truly does love me and wants to have a future with me, but I can’t stand the idea of having to grow old with someone who’s a liar.
We’ve talked about this but I found another lie last night and now I’m just really angry and hurt because we’ve discussed it a number of times already.But what happens when you find out that this new partner has lied to you?