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sheekchic sheekchic 31-35 6 Answers Jul 8, 2012

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Causing harm is wrong.<br />
If a lie, or permitting a false impression to go uncorrected, or with-holding significant information results in someone being hurt or wronged, then it is definitely wrong.<br />
You have every right to keep your personal details private if it is not the other person's business and right to know. <br />
This is prudent when you don't know people well, at work, and in small gossipy communities. <br />
But with a significant other, it is usually best to tell the whole truth and nothing but.

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Withholding information is not lying. Lying is giving flase informayion

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nope - lying is generally a cop out for the weak and spineless - despite what bullshit you may hear about the 'kindness' of 'little white lies'......

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depends .. did you lie.. or did you withhold

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