How to stop ‘the big lie’ in psychology: The ‘big lie’ is a myth

The ‘Big Lie’ is, to many people, an easy lie to swallow.

But is it?

How can we stop the ‘Big Lies’ we hear so often in our daily lives, or in our social interactions?

And what do we do when it comes to telling them the truth?

In this post I’ll explore some of the common myths and the techniques we can use to overcome them.

In the next article I’ll discuss the different types of ‘big lies’ and why some people can ‘hear’ them, while others can’t.

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