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Dr. Phil Staff
May 25 2023
Do you ever lie? Or are you in a relationship with a liar? Dr. Phil offers steps to change your behavior, and in turn, change your relationship with a dishonest person.
You've got to have your eyes wide open. See people for who they are, not who you want them to be. Don't teach somebody that they can get away with lying to you.
You have to be honest with yourself about whether somebody is abusing you, using you or misrepresenting things to you.
If you lie to yourself, you're the filter. You're the way the world gets to see you, so if you're distorting, then you're totally lost.
If something is not right about you — you think you've got a bad trait or characteristic — it's going to come out eventually. You might as well be honest from the beginning.
Listen to what your mate is saying. Don't hear what you want to hear.
Are you happy with the circumstances you're in? If not, demand the truth from others and yourself. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: In conflict and need resolution?
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