Think someone’s pulling the wool over your eyes? Here’s how to spot the signs someone is lying
Lies occur between friends, teachers and students, husbands and wives, lawyers and clients—yet nobody wants to be caught.
“I’ve interviewed crooks more apt to admit to a major crime than to lying,” says Glenn Woods, a criminal profiler, formerly with the RCMP, who’s been studying deceptive behaviour for more than 10 years. “Everybody lies to some degree.”
Learn how to separate those little white lies from the whoppers with our guide to the six telltale signs someone is lying.