My Name is _____ and I'm a Recovering Liar
Choosing to be honest about our self-deception is very difficult. It forces us to confront things about ourselves that we don't want to be true. We will want to deny them. We will want to forget them. We will want to hide them from other people. We will want to run away. We will want to bury the information as quickly as possible.
So how do we start admitting the lies we tell ourselves? How do we become a more honest, recovering liar?
One way we can help ourselves become more honest is to tell another person the truth. For anyone who practices the 12-steps, this will sound very familiar: Step 5 requires that you admit the nature of your wrongs to another human being.
This is your chance. This is a platform for you to acknowledge what you learned about your lying to Dr. Warren and anyone else who chooses to read this website. You are welcome to list your first name, although you do not need to. This is your chance to get honest with yourself and another human being. Choose to become a recovering liar: admit to yourself and another person the lies you tell yourself.