Published on 12, July, 2020
Sadly it has come to pass a social activity I am involved with. to have invested a great deal of time and energy has become threatened due to my disagreement with the leader of the activity group over one thing I have a great deal of difficulty dealing with, that thing being deceit.
Now it appears to myself no other or at least none others that are saying have a problem with that deceit, to wonder am I wrong in expecting better of one that purports to lead ?
For in it is the issue of trust where I find I just can't trust someone of whom has deceived me, not once, but twice.
I have great difficulty with dealing with liars. Once I find out I'm being lied to, I withdraw from that person. If there is no truth, there is no relationship.
Yea thats a biggie for me to. Once somebody has lied to me I find it very difficult to then trust anything they do or say, Being open and honest is quite a thing for most people on the spectrum I think…
Honesty is paramount.
I can't stand dishonesty - 'white lies' are still lies.
I get in trouble at work a lot because I'm 'unflinchingly honest' and will challenge any sign of dishonesty…
To NAS62367...No replies to others' replies here yet...? Sorry for Your Trouble. I would not trust a deceitful Person either, but if it is a circumstance which cannot be escaped, then I would advise LEARNING about them as much as You can. Or learn / focus upon the situation. Some people will Lie towards a specific Goal, and so try to find a pattern. The pattern can be towards a Thing or a Person, or an Ambition unrelated to the situation, even. (I have little else to say more than that under ambiguity.) Good Luck Anyway.
Yeah patterns, erm I have already been there on that, it's what I tend to do when I am unsure of something to consider there does appear to be some of what could be described a clique-ish behaviour going on amongst those that hold power of decision within the group to also wonder if my deceiver was/is being manipulated.