Who knows, some policemen stricken by their conscience (might) tell the truth
and reveal real crimes of killing innocent people without respect for the judicial process,' he stressed in an interview.
I repeat: I prefer to be honest, to tell the truth
in every moment.
We must be realistic and tell the truth
- I prefer to tell the truth
than a good lie.
In these experiments, they still took longer to lie than tell the truth
, but the difference was greater when they had to decide which lie to tell.
Children were less likely to tell the truth
if they were afraid of being punished than if they were asked to tell the truth
either because it would please the adult, or because it was the right thing to do and would make the child feel good.
He said that when the family asked the woman to tell the truth
, "she did not give a convincing answer.
An explanation follows telling why it is always better to tell the truth
Growing up I always made it a point to tell the truth
no matter what.
When a child is young, it will naturally tell the truth
AN ALLEGED victim of sexual abuse turned to the man she claimed attacked her and told him across a courtroom: "Please tell the truth
Vincent Lunny won't allow me to tell the truth
so I can't talk about officials.
once you tell the truth
it's a big weight off your back, and people will eventually forgive Lance," he said.
There are three types of people in Puzzle Town: those who always tell the truth
, those who always lie and those who alternate between lying and telling the truth.
But it is possible to tell the truth
, even when it's not a pleasant truth, without damaging relationships.
The most frequent (49%) reason that patients didn't tell the truth
was because they found it difficult to talk to their doctor, reported Dr.