What are the signs of a compulsive liar?
Compulsive liars make up stories that a dramatic, detailed, and inconsistent.
Stories told by pathological liars portray themselves as a hero or a victim.
Compulsive liars are creative, eloquent, and always want to win arguments.
What makes someone a compulsive liar?
People become compulsive liars due to different brain structures and also dysfunctions of the central nervous system.
Compulsive lying also happens due to depression, substance abuse, and childhood trauma.
How do you deal with a pathological liar?
The best way to deal with pathological liars is by staying calm and showing kindness.
Don’t accuse the compulsive liar and don’t encourage him from continuing with his stories.
Ask the compulsive liar to seek medical help.
Can a compulsive liar change?
The first step is to make the pathological liar admit to the issue so that he cooperates during treatment
Treatment usually includes both psychotherapy and also medication
Psychotherapy involves group or individual sessions and even couple sessions