He's probably lying.
stop being coy
learning to be a better liar
Depends... do you believe him...? Was he telling the truth...?
You should read the featured story on my profile. It talks about this issue...!
Of-course. Everybody wants to be liked and may be he is trying to improve, be positive.
Hello Ms. LaeDeeBug,<br />
Actually, I think it's just another trick!!! And here's why:<br />
If a guy says he's a liar, and it's a statement that's true -- then he IS lying, in which case his statement is false.<br />
If a guy says he's a liar, and it's a statement that's false -- if so he's lying , in which case his statement is true.<br />
Go Figure,<br />
Hello again, Miss LaeDeeBug, .... This really is a riddle, because it is a self-contradicting paradox. The early Greek philosophers invented things such as these, who used them chiefly to confuse their opponents in debates. ... Glad you enjoyed it. .... Cheers, .... AnonymousbutCandid
And you know this how? Did he leave the web-page open "by mistake"? Or did you check out his browser history in exactly the same way you discovered his lying... since he didn't learn from his mistake or use it to manipulate you or anything.
While I'm skeptical without some example from him to validate redemption, I do believe people are good and can recover from a moral lapse with enough effort.
No, your situation is unlike what I am familiar with.
People can change but it really depends on the person and how much you are willing to give them another chance. Admitting you have a problem is the first step in correcting it. If he wants to fix who he is, he would have to either admit he has been lying to you and write off your relationship and start over with someone else and never lie to them.
If your heart no longer trusts him, it doesn't matter if he is telling the truth or lying. You just don't trust him. I would tell him the truth and move on. The is no way to build a relationship if there is no foundation of honesty and trust.