Lying, and Pathological Lying, What's the Difference?
Pathological lying: Pathological lying is deceit or deception which is entirely unreasonable, with no gain or payback in return. People lie usually to get out of doing something or to avoid punishment the lie is intended; a pathological liar may not even know that he has told a lie. This lying hardly, if at all, centers on a distinct event, even if evident in very few cases for a short time, it displays itself most often by far over a number of years, or in some cases even a life time. …
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