Different Types of Lies
There are many different types of lies. Some are considered innocent while others damaging. The most common types of lies are listed below.
A fabrication is a lie told when someone submits a statement as truth, without knowing for certain whether or not it actually is true. Although the statement may be possible or plausible, it is not based on fact. Rather, it is something made up, or it is a misrepresentation of the truth. Examples of fabrication: A person giving directions to a tourist when the person doesn't actually know the directions.
The #1 Thing a Woman Can Do to Connect With a Man She's Dying to Meet
Did you know that three out of four men have no clue when you are flirting with them? This daunting bit of research comes from social scientist Richard Bandler and should be of great interest to all women who have been taught that tossing their hair and lipping their lips is enough. Simply put, a few provocative gestures are not sufficient to get an interested guy off his keister and into your personal space. So what's a girl to do?
Well, if she's not ready to approach him herself, there is another option.Since men fear rejection from a woman, more than from any other living, breathing entity on this planet, you must lay out a welcome mat, so large and so inviting, he can't help but want to sink his toes into it. Remember, you can always do nothing and there's a chance someone will walk over-but will it be the one who rings your chimes? Glib, obnoxious males, the kind who maneuver through scores of women each night, don't need a signal from you. But an appealing,smart, discriminating man is likely to double think himself, and, boor that he's not, will fear encroaching on your space. This sort of man needs a clear sign.
In fact, he needs a lot of clear signs.
According to Dr. Monica Moore, a social scientist from Webster University, "Women who perform more than 35 flirting displays per hour will elicit greater than 4 approaches per hour."
Love Could Be An Errand Away
You have signed up on several large dating sites and posted a great profile. So far, you've had some nice responses, but these haven't led to a meeting yet. Someone told you about a singles group at your church and there is an organization in your city for singles who want to volunteer, and hopefully meet other like-minded people. You've lost count of all the parties, happy hours and clubs you've been to, hoping to meet compatible singles. Whew! It's a lot of effort just to be in the right place at the right time with the right people.
Or is it?
In towns and cities everywhere there are single people (like yourself) going about their daily lives. Schedules consist of long hours at work and/ or school, commuting, appointments, errands, leisure time pursuits/activities and everything else that is part of the fabric of one's existence. In the course of a day, the average person encounters many strangers on the street, elevator, store, metro, etc. Have you ever really thought about the possibility that Mr/Ms Right could be the person behind you in line or across the aisle on the metro? If not, now is a good time to raise your awareness and broaden your thinking on the subject of how and where you can meet compatible singles. Armed with some newly acquired skills, your next chance encounter could lead to a first date and more. The following are areas to start building the expertise that will help you to stand out and get the right kind of attention when an attractive stranger comes into your sights.