They have weapons of mass de­struc­tion

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Yeah,we all know how the above one worked out. But back to the point:Larger lies can come with ma­jor guilt, stress and re­morse, es­pe­cially ifyou’ re telling­tall tales to those you feel close to, says Bel­laDe Paulo, PhD, a psy­chol­o­gi­s­tat the Univer­sity of Cal­i­for­nia at San­taBar­bara. The con­stant threat of be­ing found out( and the pres­sureto keep your story straight) can ini­ti­ate the same mem­o­ryand-me­tab­o­lism-de­stroy­ing­cort i sol surge seen in se­cret hold­ers and can lead to de­pres­sion and anx­i­ety. (This doesn't in­clude the 5 per­cent of peo­ple who ac­tu­ally get off on get­ting away with du­plic­ity, says psy­chol­o­gist and lie re­searcher Paul Ek­man. PhD)

Iwould never take­money from our shared ac­count t with­out­telling you—thishas to be abank er­ror. Of­course I didn’ t make­out with my co­worker on that busi­ness trip

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