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RONALD REAGAN - USA FORMER PRESIDENT

"Trust, but verify."

RONALD REAGAN - USA FORMER PRESIDENT

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3. Ask Questions

3. Ask Questions

Ask them questions about their story. If they get defensive or seem uncomfortable, they might be lying.

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5. Look for Changes in Behavior

5. Look for Changes in Behavior

Take note of any sudden changes in behavior. These shifts could be a sign that someone is trying to hide something or manipulate the situation

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4. Trust Your Gut

4. Trust Your Gut

Pay attention to your intuition. If something feels off or doesn't sit right, it's worth exploring further.

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2. Listen to Their Story

2. Listen to Their Story

Notice if their story changes or doesn't make sense. Dishonest individuals often struggle to maintain coherence in their stories.

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1. Watch How They Act

1. Watch How They Act

Pay attention to their body language. If they avoid eye contact, fidget, or seem nervous, they might be lying.

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Ever find yourself questioning if someone is telling the truth? Trusting your instincts and observing subtle cues can unveil deception. Here are five steps to help you uncover the truth:

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