Would I lie to you? : the amazing power of being honest in a world that lies / Judi Ketteler.
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- ISBN: 9780806540085
- ISBN: 0806540087
- Physical Description: vii, 261 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Citadel Press/Kensington Publishing Corp., 
- Copyright: ©2020
Contents / Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 250-258).
Introduction: Paying attention to honesty -- My strange relationship with honesty -- What is honesty, anyway? -- Is honesty really the best policy? -- Honesty in social situations -- Workplace honesty -- Honesty in friendship -- Honesty in marriage -- Honesty and parenting -- Self-honesty and the stories we tell -- Honesty principles.
We all want the truth, don't we? In fact, we demand it. We divorce spouses who withhold it. We insist our children practice it. We're hurt when our friends don't divulge it. We're incensed by politicians who invent it. But when it comes to our own behavior, how often do we transgress? Out of diplomacy, kindness, sympathy, and privacy we don't always tell the truth. Yet we often barely notice. So, what happens when we do notice? When we truly focus on the decisions we're making around honesty? When we view our entire life through the lens of honesty? Award-winning journalist and New York Times contributor Judi Ketteler looked at her Facebook page and saw a content mother, a generous friend and sister, a good daughter, and a wife with a happy marriage. It wasn't quite the whole story though. In thinking about all the truths she wasn't revealing, Judi realized that the line between truth and deception was beginning to blur. How often had she herself paltered, exaggerated, concealed, side-stepped, or spun the truth? To answer that question, Judi started her "Honesty Journal." She set out to get to the bottom of her complicated relationship with honesty and confronted her perennial fear of speaking the truth in social situations, among friends, in the workplace, with her kids-and finally, inside her complicated marriage. Blending her personal journey with the latest research into the psychology of deception, Would I Lie to You? is a timely consideration of the joys and pains of truth in a world that seems committed to lying.-- Amazon.com
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