At first there is usually a strange gut feeling. The partner tells a story or gives an answer that makes you prick up your ears. Is what he or she just said true? However, when asked, the person sticks with the variant mentioned. But there are psychological ways to drive the person into a corner and thus have a chance to find out whether what has been said is true.

Of course, these observations only serve as circumstantial evidence; there is no guarantee that the person is lying, even if all of these points have been covered. On average, every person lies once or twice a day. Of course, you have to differentiate between lies that are intended to protect someone – such as telling your best friend that your ex-boyfriend’s new one doesn’t look that good, and lies that have a malicious or advantage-oriented intention.

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Sources: Galileo, Impulse, RND