CLEO (Malaysia) - - COVER STORY -

In a Re­la­tion­ship

Men and women lie to their part­ners all the not time but these lies are usu­ally harm­ful to the other. Patho­log­i­cal liars of the abu­sive kind on the other hand, lie to hurt and are known to play mu­si­cal beds. They have nu­mer­ous part­ners and none of them know of the ex­is­tence of the oth­ers.

At Work

They pre­tend to be help­ful, get you to do a task, then claim it as theirs. Dr Je­gath­e­san ex­plains that some people do this but only at work. This is be­cause the of­fice is where they think they can’t get ahead with­out ly­ing and this leads to tak­ing credit for the work of oth­ers.

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