Liar Liar Pants On Fire!?

My husband has a history of telling lies to me....anything really. Thus far on ly one HUGE lie that damn near ended things...but other then that just stupid things that there is no reason to lie about.

thing is I think that he enjoys it! He likes to be sneaky apparently and it only p*sses me off! In a way I think it is a challenge to him to see how long he can get away with it...which is never long. I mean he buys things that he tells me he barrowed...or just doesn't tell me he bought, He tells me he is going one place and doesn't even go there. Says he works late, but then I find out he didn't....and so on.

Then there is this...I think he is lying to me now about something I just don't know what.....I do however have a feeling of what it could be  but I have no solid proof of it, so it isn't like I can ask him about it! Thing is I have info that says something isn't right to go along with the gut feeling and other things going on....but it isn't solid and I don't think it will be until something BIG happens. I always get this feeling whenever he is lying...not to mention watching him when he lies (not hard to tell unless it is over the phone) I have come to trust the feeling more then what he is saying!

Don't get me wrong I LOVE my husband to death....he has a lot of really good points to him...but this area is one I have a hard time with seeing how I can't stand being lied to!(or about)

So once again I sit back and wait to see if and when he makes a mistake in his lie...I don't dare say a thing until then, i will be accused of not trusting him....GEE ya think! I don't really have much reason too! yet it upsets him that i don't? Talk about a bunch of BS

dreamin2183 dreamin2183
22-25, F
2 Responses Jul 21, 2007

Why not do the same thing for a while? See what's so good about it. Often we don't realize the harm we impose on others until we find ourselves in that same situation. Don't be afraid to play the game. Let me know how it turns out

If it's true that he enjoys it, then thats really more your problem then his I think. It sounds to me like he just wants to do what he wants to do when he wants to do it. That's just the way he is. You should learn to accept it. You'll find if you guys end up getting a divorce you will really miss that coniving ****** fun times of lying. We miss the strangest of things when they are gone.<br />
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If you don't mind me saying so, it sounds like you for some reason enjoy it, but refuse to believe that you do. Because otherwise it wouldn't be bothering you so much and you could just let it go. He is how he is, and I don't know how long you've been together, but you knew from the start what you were getting into.