We have all been deceived or manipulated by people at least once in our lives and if you are tired of being the target of these cunning liars then here are some psychological tactics to help you get them to reveal what they're really up to in just a few minutes!
Lets say, for example, that you think your boyfriend or girlfriend is cheating on you, but you don't have proof. Most people will just straight up accuse them of cheating, but that's not the best thing to do because their initial response would be to deny it since it's always a black or white answer when one is being accused. Then it will be case closed for you and you will not get the answer you were looking for. What you should do instead is ask the person a question that does not accuse them of anything, but rather alludes to it. This will give them more space to respond instead of just cornering them into a wall where they will just keep on denying, denying, and denying! This way you will be able to gauge the person's response to see if they are in fact hiding something from you.
Next time the two of you are together just casually mention to him or her something along the lines of, "Gosh you know what honey? I think that my boss is having an affair with his secretary at work! " At that point just simply observe what his next reaction will be to it. If he or she is not cheating on you then they will most likely have no issues to chime in and give their thoughts and opinions on the subject with you. They will show interest in the topic of conversation. However, if they all of a sudden look uncomfortable or change the subject then that means they are feeling a lot of guilt and anxiety because that means they are most likely cheating on you. If they act strange about the topic or even start babbling on about stuff then throw in something like "I would never do something like that to you!" - then that will mean that they're definitely cheating on you because why would they bring themselves into the subject that had nothing to do with them otherwise? Over justifying is also another sign that they may be lying or cheating.
For instance when someone really was just running late to meet up with you they'll just say so. But for someone who was actually doing something else sinister behind your back they will give you a million reasons why they were running late and who they might have run into along the way then keep on adding more things to a very simple question of "Where have you been?" When you learn how to start gauging and observing people's responses and body languages then it will be very, very easy for you to start seeing through people and know exactly what they're up to. This way you never have to worry about being lied to ever again! Remember to always ask a question that does not accuse the person, but alludes them to it. You will always get the truth this way! Good luck!
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