In "The Ways We Lie" by Stephanie Ericsson, the author talks about the different ways that people lie and the way that those lies affect the liar as well as the people who have been told lies. The lies discussed in the p... More »

A "chronic" liar is one who habitually tells lies, usually in a "fantastical" or "dazzling" way, with the individual telling lies often adding to past lies. For various reasons, a chronic liar cannot tell the truth. More »

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In "I Want a Wife" by Judy Brady, the author talks about all of the duties she does as a wife and a mother and then goes on to talk about how she wants someone to do the duties for her. The author wants a wife because sh... More »

A pathological liar is a person who compulsively lies for personal gain and doesn't feel guilt or remorse when hurting other people. Pathological liars are considered to be sociopaths, meaning they have a personality dis... More »

Tolerance is a fairness and objectivity toward the people who differ from a particular way of thinking or living, and it is the absence of demanding those people change their ways. It involves allowing others to live the... More »

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Some different ways to order books in a library include alphabetically, chronologically, by genre or by color. When organizing alphabetically, a person can order books by title or the authors' first or last names. More »

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Easy ways to write a book include using an outline and employing stream-of-consciousness writing. Some people who have ideas worth writing about but are not polished writers retain the services of a ghost writer or a com... More »

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