Tagged: Red Flags of a Liar

I Almost Married a Con Man by Abby Ellin


Abby Ellin wrote a perfect intro to her article as follows:

My ex-fiancé helped orchestrate the raid on Osama bin Laden. He received a Purple Heart for his military service and a medal of honor from Golda Meir. He thwarted a bioterrorism attack in New York City and saved the grandson of one of the world’s wealthiest men from an attempted kidnapping. None of it was public. He didn’t write a book about his escapades or sell his story to Hollywood. His goal wasn’t to become rich and famous but to keep his children—and all of America—safe from the “bad guys.” “I’m not going to sit by while people are in danger,” he’d often say as he packed his bags for a secret mission.

It was wonderfully noble, except for one minor detail: None of it was true.

Click on this link to visit the Marie Claire Website to read the post by Abby Ellin titled “I Almost Married a Con Man“.


Red Flags of a Liar. How to Spot a Liar by Pamela Meyer

This is another very good TED Talks. Pamela Meyer is the author of the book titled “Liespotting“.

She presents ways to recognize deception, ways to recognize the Red Flags of a Liar.

clues to detect those lies can be subtle and counter-intuitive

Pamela Meyers shows patterns of deception and details the clues. Clues like distancing and using more formal language. Clues like changes in Body Language.

Exceptional video filled with helpful detail to help one to recognize the Red Flags of Liars and to better recognize deception.

Video is courtesy of the TED YouTube channel

Click on this link to visit Pamela Meyer‘s website called Liespotting – Proven Techniques to spot desception.

>Click on this link to visit amazon.com to learn more about Pamela Meyer‘s book titled “Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception.

Click on this link to visit the Liespotting facebook page.

Click on this link to visit the Google Books review of Liespotting, which also includes a few sample pages from the book.