I know, or I feel I am being lied to, excuses don’t fit or match time frames, actions don’t speak, and we’re quite rocky because I’m paying more attention to it and questioning more. He swears black and blue nothing is going on that I don’t know about. Could someone’s religion or beliefs or background have priority over a serious relationship, even a hidden life as such? Loyalty to a secret way of life or syndicate as such.
- Li asked 2 weeks ago
- last edited 2 weeks ago
Lies ruin trust and often lead to bigger problems. I always suggest talking to your partner and asking them about it. Be calm and collected, don’t be disrespectful. If you have doubts in your mind, it’s your partner’s duty to fix them for you.
A person who doesn’t lie should be an open book. When one has lied about the little things, they will lie about the big things. Is it wrong to keep secrets from your partner – yes. Past behavior is an indicator of future behavior and always trust your instincts. We all have a little voice in our heads telling us when something isn’t right. Listen to it and then try and confirm your suspicions.
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