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How to Stop Lying

The Ultimate Cure Guide for Pathological Liars and Compulsive Liars
Narrated by: Kelly Rhodes
Length: 48 mins
4.2 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Discover How to Overcome Compulsive/Pathological Lying for Life!

You're about to discover a proven strategy on how to understand and overcome your pathological lying for the rest of your life. Millions of people suffer from pathological lying and throw away their personal and professional success because of their own compulsive lying issues and the issues that comes with it. Most people realize how much of a problem this is, but are unable to change their situation, simply because it's been a part of their mindset for so long.

The truth is, if you are suffering from compulsive lying and haven't been able to change, it's because you are lacking an effective strategy and understanding of how the pattern of lying forms and what steps you need to take in order to reverse that pattern. This book goes into what causes pathological lying, why people lie in the first place, as well as what happens when an urge to lie comes up, and a step-by-step strategy that will help you free yourself from compulsive lying and help you take control of your life.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn...

  • What Is A Compulsive/Pathological Liar?
  • Why Do People Lie?
  • Signs And Symptoms of Compulsive/Pathological Liars
  • How To Finally Overcome Compulsive/Pathological Lying For Life

Take action right away to overcome your compulsive lying by downloading this book, How to Stop Lying: The Ultimate Cure Guide for Pathological Liars and Compulsive Liars!

©2013 Caesar Lincoln (P)2015 Caesar Lincoln

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Hard to listen to if you actually feel you have a problem

This book is my first step to recovery and it is definitely a good start

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  • King of my castle
  • 11-06-2018

shorter than I had expected. But a good start

I listened to the whole thing in one sitting. I am a 43 yo working class man who is trying to save my relationship. And I am a habitual liar. I do not want to be. But that is the hand i was dealt. After my first time through it, I found this book vaguely informative in understanding most types of lying. But with confidence I can say that if you're trying to quit this ugly habit it's a good place to start. And it also helps explain the other steps I need to take to help myself become the person I want to be.

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  • Frequent Shopper
  • 28-02-2019

Good Source for Therapy Labels

If you are looking for techniques it’s not that great. Looking for a therapy for someone I love so it was helpful in siting the types of therapy available. I always prefer books with peer reviewed research but for under $3 not bad.

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  • Roxs
  • 28-08-2020

My gratitude to the writer

I want to thank you for putting together this kind guide. I have been searching for helpful information on lying and everything I came across made me feel further diminished. Some writers and bloggers consider people like me to be narcissists, sociopaths and trained unfeeling manipulators whose only goal in life is to deceive everyone, make their lives a living hell and get what we want from them. Many advices that people should avoid us at all cost. You however, took the time to understand. For the first time I’ve read something that truly shined some light on my condition without judgement. You offered many different options to choose from so that I know where to start to find the help I need. You alone explained the shame, the low self esteem, the pain and loneliness that people like me live with and our inability based on a horrible lack of control and years of conditioning to censor what comes out of our mouth. I want to be truthful but I’ve lied for so many years-a half century to be exact-that I always slip back into my lies. I have been too ashamed to admit I have a problem to anyone until recently when I discussed it with my niece. It felt so liberating to have a candid conversation with no judgement. After that conversation I found your book. This book became the icing on the cake, your empathetic, and nonjudgmental approach has given me hope and direction so that I can seek the help I need. Thank You!

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  • Oscar E
  • 09-12-2019

overall description, provide no tools to help.

This is an overall description of a problem, with no real roads or tools to self help. no real help here, just a narration in definition of a problem.

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  • SCPollard
  • 26-04-2019

A Great Primer

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  • Linda
  • 14-10-2018

Doesn't deal enough with cause and effect of lying

the content needs more examples or case studies of particular situations to better clarify types of lying.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-05-2017

Not a how to guide

I feel lied to by the title of this book; this is not a how to guide.

The majority of the book is spent on where a compulsive liar may have picked up the habit, why someone may lie, and different types of therapy - which is literally just a list of different types of therapy, no explanation on why each type may help.

There is about two minutes spent on How To do anything, for example the author suggests meditation but doesnt explain how to do it or why it would assit someone in their effort to stop lying.

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  • Angelia
  • 18-07-2017

Great book! Loved the author's transparency.

Exceptional I will definitely share these techniques. This was an easy book to listen to.