The fact of the matter is that people can disavow any of the things they do, or things they say. For example, when I was in high school, the people I hung around with would often tell me that I was a bitch and that I didn’t like going to a school that had a good reputation. I would tell them that they were wrong and that I would never tell that kid I didn’t like going to school with him.
You know what? We are all aware that people do things that they know will be a problem for some people, but they do them anyway because they are confident in their abilities and they know that they won’t be caught telling the lie. However, many people still take pride in these actions and continue doing them because that’s the only way they know how to do it.
The issue of pride and dishonesty isn’t just a matter of ignorance. It’s a self-perpetuating cycle that leads to people doing things, and then when they find out they can’t do a thing differently, they find that other ways of doing it are more effective. Self-perpetuation becomes self-deception. In order to stop that, we need to address the factors that drive people into dishonesty. We need to make it easier for people to stop the cycle.
The people who commit these bad things are going to be the ones making them bad choices. They can’t just walk away if they commit the bad things. You’re going to have to find out what exactly they’re doing.
A lot of people are going to die. Not many people have to go through it all. Yours is going to be much more difficult to find out.
The way we approach dishonesty involves a process called “disavowal,” which is a process of self-deception. The idea is that you have to convince yourself that you weren’t involved in the dishonest act. You have to convince yourself that it wasn’t you. I’m not saying that everyone has to do this. If someone’s lying to you, you have to find out what’s going on.
One of the best ways to do that is to ask for some sort of evidence that you were involved in something that you think is dishonest. You can ask your friends, or family, or acquaintances if they have any proof of your involvement in a dishonest act. You can do this by asking them to look you in the eye, and prove that you are really who you say you are.
There are some cases where you can’t be certain of what you’re actually saying. For instance, if you were to ask the boss to stop killing people in the middle of the night, then your boss would say, “Woo-hoo, I’m sorry if I didn’t think this through…” and then you’d do the same thing.
If you’re the boss, then you have to admit that you were a total idiot.
The fact is that the vast amount of our communications are being monitored, and so if a company has to take you down because you are telling lies about your involvement in a dishonest act, that is a serious problem. There has been a lot of talk about how companies, governments, etc have been able to monitor our communications (and thus identify us) in order to take us down.