Sometimes, people truly don’t know what they’re doing when they engage in behaviors that are harmful to themselves or others. But other times, they know full well what they are doing and simply lie about it.
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In the course of human relations, we frequently make agreements with one another. Because disturbed characters are not reliable, trustworthy, or prone to play fairly, making any kind of agreements with them can be a risky business indeed.
Disordered characters don’t want you to know what they’re all about or what they’re up to. Lying helps keep them one-up on you and a step ahead of you.