Quite often, many people tell lies, knowing that it is not ethical. But then they have their own reasons for this. For example, if someone talks negatively about any of your family member, you do not tell this truth to the family. Hence, if there is a positive reason for telling lies, it is fair enough, but it is not alright otherwise.
WHEN SOMEONE lies, one can always come to know about it through his or her body language. Body expressions tell everything to the listener. Despite knowing this, many people, quite often, tell lies. Perhaps they are not fully aware that when telling lies, there are many kinds of body expressions that clearly indicate to the listeners that the person concerned is telling lies.
Hence, one should never tell lies, unless, as I have said above, there is positive reason for this. Let us look at the body expressions that express the fact that someone is telling lies: While telling lies, the face of the liar is full of tension, though he or she tries to be quite normal, but this is not fully possible. The signal indicating such tension is that the liar sometimes speaks very fast, and sometimes very slowly.
In fact, the liar fumbles while talking, and does not clearly say what he/she wants to say. On many occasions he/she gets away from what has to be said; in other words, whatever he/she says is not linear. While telling lies, the concerned person perspires more than normal. The actions of eyes also show that the given person is telling a lie; person who tells lies tries to have much more eye contact with the person he is talking with, whereas normally speaking, the person who is talking, moves his eyes here and there with comfort. Besides this, a person who is telling lies moves his/her eye lashes a lot more than a person who is not telling a lie.
A person who tells lies normally touches the back side of his/her ears and neck; this is also done when someone is nervous. When such a person is asked something, he or she moves his/here face on the other side. The body signs that have been mentioned above will surely justify that the person concerned is telling a lie.
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