In everyday interactions with people, you will likely come across those who perpetually lie in order to either get something they want or to cover up the real story.
So to find out if they have secretly been pulling the over your eyes, look out for the following signs next time you see them in person.
They never make eye contact with you
This happens because they actually feel guilty inside, they feel very uncomfortable when others look into their eyes. They feel as if another person can see right through them, so they avoid long gazes with other people as much as possible.
They act nervous around you
Not matter if the lie involves something significant or just a minor detail, a liar would actually act jittery and anxious around the person they want to hide things from. They might talk faster to get the attention off of them, sweat profusely, starts blushing or pace black or forth.
They start getting defensive
If they had nothing to hide, then why would they get angry about interrogating them? People who tell truth will act calmly when put on the spot and will offer logical explanations for their behaviour.
They change the subject
Any mention of the lies they’ve told makes them feel uncomfortable, so they like to quickly take the attention off of themselves and bring up a more neutral topic.
They can’t sit still
Liars fidget a lot – they want some distraction to take them away from the seriousness of the conversation, so they play with their phones, tap their feet, move around.