Dating a liear

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I fell in love with a guy and we dated for a year and a half. I got suspicious that he might be lying to me a few months ago so I started digging and I uncovered that pretty much every thing he ever told me was a complete lie. I have spent a great deal of time working on myself and learning that trust is earned, not blindly given. ( maybe not on POF) It's sad his family members knew and did nothing to warn you.

Things were serious, we talked about marriage and having a family. Just a few examples are: 1) He told me he went to high school in another country, when really he went to high school a few miles away. The worst thing you can do is beat up on yourself emotionally. Keep working on being you own best friend and know you did not deserve this.don't feel bad.u not the only 1.

2) He told me that the house he lived in, he owned and it was completely paid for.. 3) He told me that he played semi-professional hockey when he was younger (he had hockey equipment and TONS of stories about when he lived in said city that he played in down to where his apartment was and what his room mates name was) and all the stories he told me were false. I found out that he was just an hourly worker on the line and not in management.5) Most recently I found some child support paperwork that he owes back child support to this woman who he never even spoke of. and he was always so good with kids around me and always talked about having them so it is very strange that he just abandoned his kid. I was lied by a guy who was a security guard and I trusted him,after 3 mos dating he moved w me and than after 6 mos we got married ,it last only 8 mos..start drinking and I caught him w all kinds of lies I kick him out ASAP and filed for div.I have hard time trusting anybody.

These are just a few of the many, many lies that he told me. This is why I always advise people to not shack up until you've known each other for at least a year. Anyone that plays or played pro/semi pro sports is easy to find.

The worst part was, when I spoke to his sister about it she let me know that she has not trusted him in years since he has a lying problem and he has stolen from everyone in the family.. Lying is simple, keeping it up for 12 months or more is whats hard.

I am angry that nobody had enough respect for me to warn me about it. Being able to show proof of tall tales is really hard. My sympathy, I can't imagine a more terrible experience.It seems they knew he was lying to me but they just went along with it. There was a lady posting on here a month or so ago that was dating a REAL Ninja. These people can be very convincing in the short term but the truth about them comes out with a little time. I know alot of guys i work with are that way and women seem to like these arrogant POS.have to lie..Obviously, as soon as I found all this out I kicked him out and haven't looked back. Glad you kick him to the curve OP, But why it took you 12 months? They are losers, But most women seem to like them..I am still completely devastated and I have a hard time wrapping my mind around the whole thing. The poor child has a dead beat dad that ignores him. But a guy that can back up what he siads is look over.. I work with grown men that claim they are doing great, But they have to live with a woman that is on welfare..I can't believe he had me fooled for so long and that he was capable of looking right at me and lying constantly (not to mention remembering all the lies! It makes me very apprehensive to get close to someone again. I would not have been able to sleep comfortably if I didn't. These losers could not live on their own if their life depended on it.. And there are plenty of welfare queens will be more than happy to babysit... I guess it took me so long because he had SO many little stories to go along with what he was saying.I was just wondering if anyone else has experience with dating somebody that was a pathological liar? I could go on and on with stories ...whoppers, not kidding you. For me, it has created trust issues when meeting new people. Yes I dated one or two although briefly; sorry you had to go through it; glad you caught it (relatively) soon in the game; and you're right to not look back (other than to process the loss). Um, many people are able to look you in the eye while lying, and to appear sincere without any tell in the body language. With a pathological liar, there really aren't any body language giveaways. He told me about the high school he went to in a town he has not actually been to before with a lot of detail about the campus (which I looked up later online, and the details were correct). I met him at the hospital where I used to work, and I actually approached HIM.