How A Woman’s Expressions While She Confesses To Lies Contradict Her Words – And What It Means
Sarah says after carrying on elaborate lies to friends and family for eight years, she is ready to start telling the truth.
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However, Dr. Phil says Sarah's behavior may reveal otherwise. “When people lie, there’s what we call leakage,” he explains to Sarah. “There’s something called duping delight. It’s where people will lie, and they can’t control all of their body, and micro-expressions in their face and all, while they’re controlling their words.”
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He shows Sarah clips of her interview where she’s confessing to her lies, but her behavior doesn’t match her words – and why he says it’s duping delight. Watch in the video above.
On Thursday’s episode, see what happens when a former friend of Sarah’s who is a cancer survivor confronts her about her behavior. Check here to see where you can watch.
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