Lying in Relationships by Jessica Webb c/o 15

Why lie? What’s the point of lying? As I look back, I’ve noticed that people just love to keep making up more and more lies like I’m never going to find out the truth.

I honestly don’t see the point of lying, just stay true. Like the saying goes “may the truth set you free”. I wish people would understand that lying is never an option no matter what the situation may be. 

Many relationships I’ve been in or have even seen have had a problem where one person has lied. I hate when I’m being lied to because I have never lied, well maybe for stupid things but never in relationships. If the other person lies constantly, there obviously should not be any trust in them. Because once they lie, they will eventually lie again and again, then you will eventually get hurt.

Believe me, I know this from experience. I hate that I had to go through this but I recently learned that I have to move on with or without that person. There is no reason in keeping a “liar” in your life, it’s not worth it. I will never understand why I was lied to but now, as I reminisce on my past situations dealing with lying, I can honestly care less what the truth was in the first place.


One thought on “Lying in Relationships by Jessica Webb c/o 15

  1. I think they lie to get something they don’t deserve. Maybe, to get people to like them for the way they SAY they are, or what they said they didn’t do/aren’t. Or to get out of taking responsibility for what they really did. Etc.

    That doesn’t make it acceptable, though!

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