Lies are always a slippery slope. And that’s why you always want to be treading lightly whenever you go through bouts of dishonesty in your relationship. You never want your partner to feel like they can’t trust you especially when it comes to the big and serious matters in life. You always want to be honest with one another as much as possible. A lot of the time, the level of honesty in the relationship is directly correlated to the strength of love between two people.
Sure, it might be okay to tell a little white lie here and there if you truly know that it’s for the good of your partner and the relationship. But for the most part, lying is selfish and it’s a blatant act of disrespect and betrayal towards the person you are supposedly in love with. If you find that you are actually lying about these 9 things in your own relationship, then it clearly isn’t going to last.
1. You lie about your emotional availability.
If you say that you’re emotionally available to someone even when you know that you’re clearly not, then you are doing a disservice to both yourself and to the person that you’re with.