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1Jaidee MarshallProfessor PerkinsEnglish 1C20 June 2019Lying: It’s Never A Good IdeaDo you remember the first time you lied to your parents? How about the first time youlied in general? As a child, we would tell small lies about eating our vegetables. As we grow up,we lie about what we were doing or who we were with. Lying is a response that comes naturallyto certain people, and not so naturally to others. Nearly everyone does it, some on a day to daybasis. But is it ever beneficial? The truth about lying is that it can get you out of sticky situations,but it will nearly always find a way to negatively disturb your life.Lying can affect us in more ways than one. It can ruin relationships, cause a loss of trust,and even affect our mental health. How exactly does it hurt our mental health, though? CarolynSteber gives different effects lying has on our mind and body in her article “How Does LyingAffect Your Mental Health?” One of Steber’s examples of how lies affect us is the simple fact

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mrs. Smijag
Tags
Lie, Dawson McAllister, Small Lies, Kassi Shae

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