Lying is the affirmation or negation of something contrary to reality or different from it. Its essence is deception and their severity depends on the degree of selfishness or evil that engenders. It may be as spontaneous expression, an easy remedy now or as machining or premeditated deception; ie can be generated because of a fanciful and careless attitude in the way of thinking and talking, or be a deliberate deception.
In an interview, the graphologist, Maria Fernanda Centeno explains how to tell if someone is lying through writing:
Lying easily becomes a habit and eventually becomes almost insensitive awareness liar. Among the most common reasons why a person is lying: obtaining unfair economic advantages, filthy lucre, or steal, to exalt oneself; just avoid punishment or discipline; greed, or to pretend to be better than we are. Therefore, to avoid falling into situations of deception or be victims of people with this bad habit, we give you some tips to recognize when someone is lying, to recognize certain traits in their body language, gestures or signs and detect lies:
1. A person who is lying to avoid eye contact.
2. Your physical expression will be limited and stiff, with few arm and hand movements. Hand, arm and leg movement are toward their own body the liar takes up less space.
3. Use humor or sarcasm to avoid a subject.
4. Expressions are limited to mouth movements when someone is faking emotions like happiness, surprise, sadness and surprise, instead of the whole face.
5. shows guilt either gets defensive. A person often an innocent offense. Also, when you are facing, you feel uncomfortable in front of his partner and may turn his head or body away.
Remember that falsehood and deception are very harmful in social, fraternal or couple relationships. It fosters distrust, suspicion, doubt, unbelief, suspicion. In short, destroy communication between people.