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How To Spot Fake People (And Ways To Deal With Them)

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Self-reflection requires us to think, forgive, admit fault, and learn from our mistakes. But to do that, we have to be able to adopt a level of genuineness and depth that fake people don’t routinely have.

A fake person generally never apologizes, but when they do, it is often followed with a “but” in the next breath. Fake people most often have an unrealistic perception of the world—things that they want to portray to others (pseudo achievements, materialistic gains, or a made-up sense of happiness) or simply how they genuinely regard life outside themselves.A lot of fake people hide pain, shame, and other underlying reasons in their behavior.

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