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if T lies to you in your interest, is it lying?

Posted by deerock on June 30, 2010, at 10:13:57

maybe this isnt even lying. it feels like lying.

i asked her a few years ago to put in writing her treatment plan. specifically how much time she felt it may take.

she wrote some years. nice and vague which is, i think, all she can really do. nobody can predict that.

when i confronted her saying its been 4 years and i see many more years of work left and why did she say some years when in fact she should have had several her response was that she did not want to scare me.

that to me is the same as an admission to lying. or is it not lying since it was in my best interest?

or can some mean several?

or do i need to find better things to do with my time than posing this question to this board?

i believe i know the answer to all those questions.
no, yes, yes. in that order.




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