The Pathological Liar: What is it and How to Deal with It

pathological liar

Pathological lying, also called mythomania and pseudologia fantastica, is a mental disorder in which someone lies about nearly everything, even when the person knows that what they are saying is not true. Pathological liars are prone to compulsive lying even when they know full well that chances are very high that they will be caught in the act of telling an untruth. This can cause many problems for pathological liars and those around them. In this article, we'll take a look at pathological lying, its causes and symptoms, how it differs from other types of lies, how you can identify pathological liars in your life, and what treatments may exist for pathological lie syndrome.

Impostor Syndrome: What It Is, Who Gets It, How To Deal With it

imposter syndrome

Impostor syndrome is a psychological phenomenon that affects people who are unable to internalize their accomplishments. It has been found that imposter syndrome can have negative consequences for those who have it as well as the people around them by having feelings of inadequacy and irrational beliefs about themselves. This article will answer your questions about imposter syndrome, including what impostor syndrome is, how you develop impostor syndrome, and more.

Narcissism 101 & Understanding a Narcissist


Narcissism is a personality disorder that affects many people and their loved ones. It is characterized by narcissists’ inability to empathize with others, their need for admiration, an exaggerated sense of self-worth, and their lack of empathy for others. There are many different types of narcissism, but they all stem from narcissists desire to fulfill their own needs at the expense of everyone else’s. This article will explore what narcissism is, how it develops, and what you can do about it if you think someone close to you might be suffering from this condition.

Understanding and Treating Sociopaths: All the Questions You Might Have About a Sociopath

Sociopathic guide

A sociopath is someone who has a personality disorder that affects their social interactions and how they view others. Sociopaths lack empathy for other people and feel no guilt or remorse about hurting them. They often have an inflated sense of entitlement and self-importance. We will answer all the questions you might have about sociopaths, including how they are diagnosed, how you should react when dealing with them personally or professionally, as well as potential treatments for this disorder.