“Fake” presentation of yourself and lies, of any kind, are very hurtful and deceitful to those that love you the most. Once you’ve been “busted”, it makes it so difficult for those closest to you to even trust you on the simple things in life. It also puts so much doubt in their minds every time you simply talk to them as to what else are you hiding and lying about. Is this real or are you just pretending and lying again? Is this another perception of yourself to continue to deceive those around you?
Once you have displayed such behavior, do not continue to “pretend” as if you’ve done nothing wrong once you’re “called out”. Own up to your deceit, especially once you’ve been called out on it more than once, and apologize how ever many times it takes. “Sweeping it under the rug” is never a good idea. It only allows the other persons hurt to fester and grow until one day they just explode with emotions and you’re left to wonder “what the heck just happened?”
It takes lots of time to correct and restore the deep hurt that you’ve caused in the relationship and to restore any trust that’s been lost from your behavior. Not that it can’t ever be built back up, but it won’t happen over night. Don’t expect to be forgiven so easily, especially if it’s happened more than once and over a long period of time. Forgiveness will come, but it won’t be made easy on you by the recipient.
Not a single person is perfect. Every one makes mistakes in life. That’s part of the growing up and growing old process. But to be called out on such deceitful behavior then you FINALLY admit to such deceit and say you’re empty “I’m sorries,” yet you continue to do what ever it was that you’ve “apologized” for anyway makes it even harder to forgive you because then it is a deliberate hurt, that you’re now aware of yet you’re doing willingly now, for unnecessary reasons. You know what you’re doing now and you are choosing to continue such lies and deceit anyway.
What kind of love is this? What kind of relationship is this? What else are you hiding and/or lying about? What else are you deceiving as truth? Every time you open you’re mouth, those questions will forever be in the back of their mind. You’ve broken the trust in more than one area of the relationship now and it’ll be difficult to get it all back again. What trust and faith that was had in you out of pure love and appreciation , will now have to be earned back piece by piece.
Admit to yourself who you are and what you’re doing. Admit to yourself WHOSE YOU ARE and BE HONEST!! It’s easier to own you’re own life and what you choose to do with it, than it is to live in secrecy and always wonder, not if but when, will I get caught. The only way things will ever be mended is to own up to your mistakes and just be the real and true you.
Deceit and lies ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS come to the surface. It might take a while but the “truth” ALWAYS gets found out.
The longer you lie and “pretend” to be someone you’re not, the harder it’ll be to be forgiven and trusted ever again. Once that rebuilt trust (from the same deceitful lies) has been broken more than once, it’ll take even longer to mend. The doubts will always be in the recipients mind. Every time you say or do something, the recipient will wonder as to whether or not what you’re saying and, or doing, is truth or more lies and hidden behavior. And you’ve got no one to blame it on but yourself.
Stay true to you!
Stay true to Christ!
Stay true to those that love you the deepest! Or risk losing them, piece by piece, forever.
Lies and deceit DESTROY any and every kind of relationship there in. Is it truly worth the risk? Is the relationship not valuable enough to ya to protect and just be yourself in? What kind of love is this on your part?
“You are who you run with” is the most often and one of the best pieces of advice that I share with others. If you’re being influenced, ya might outta find a new group of people to run with. After all, they aren’t the ones that you’re risking the relationship with.