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Re: My T is Apparently a Good Liar LONG TherapyGirl

Posted by Dinah on September 7, 2007, at 18:00:56

In reply to My T is Apparently a Good Liar LONG, posted by TherapyGirl on September 6, 2007, at 19:12:37

If it helps any, my therapist says the energy that goes into keeping confidentiality in these circumstances is different from the energy involved in deception. So what she would project would not be the same as what she would project if she was lying.

He didn't tell me if he'd ever kept similar confidences with me. :)

Extremely unfortunately, I mentioned that I knew he lied to me once, and I could tell, but since I knew it was none of my business I hadn't said anything. Ugh. Of course he wanted to know what time I was talking about. I had to resort to telling him no, straight out and none too politely. He looked clearly annoyed for a moment, before visibly letting it go, relaxing, and telling me that his supervisor once told him that you can tell an honest man because they'll admit they'll lie from time to time.

 

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