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June 22, 2020 21 min

We spend our entire lives developing our character, who we are. It is devastating when one person's fear of living in the truth influences them to tell a lie that attacks that character, especially when it's someone you truly care about. This episode talks about types of lies, the importance of character preservation, and how both of those affect relationships and internal peace. 

Dear Ask Aimee Zak,
A family member lied to me. A really close family member. This person had lied a bunch in the past, but this time the lie attacked my character whereas all the other lies didn't really impact me. I completely cut this person off after trying to call and text to work it out. Now we haven't spoken in 3 years. I just can't go back to a relationship where there is lying. Am I wrong?
- Betrayed in SD

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