lies, knives, and tears

Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 8:52 AM By: shychild8

why do people thrive on telling lies, if they just stop for a second and think of what they're doing they'll understand that some lies can lead to a people pulling out a knife and wanting to end their life. it's insane. people keep saying that my boyfriend broke up with me and doesn't want to say anything to my face when i know that's a lie. they always make in front of him when i'm around and he's a awesome guy. this year the lies that were told have put me under so much stress and had me in tears and also making me wanting to end it all. from lies about my boyfriend to lies about basely everything imaginable. they made up so good of lies that i actually believed them and they cause me so much pain? but luckily i managed to get out of that down pour of lies and feeling useless by stop listening to them and listening to myself and following only the facts.
why on earth would people lie so greatly to cause people so much pain, i mean it makes no sense what so ever. with lies people are forced to question their ideas and actions they take toward others. also with lies they cause a person to think if they are truly worth staying alive. so please someone answer me, why do people lie????????

  1. [*Roach'sFallenStarr*] avatar

    On Mar 06, [*Roach'sFallenStarr*] said:

    I can totally relate to your pain. It's extremely hurtful to hear people you love tell you lies.

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