Deception can take many forms and can be found in various contexts, including interpersonal relationships, business transactions, politics, and more. Here are some examples of deception:

  1. Lying: This is the most common form of deception, where a person intentionally provides false information to another person or group.
  2. Fraud: This is a deliberate misrepresentation of facts or information for personal gain or advantage.
  3. Impersonation: This is when a person pretends to be someone else, either online or in person, in order to deceive others.
  4. Concealment: This is when a person deliberately withholds or hides information that is relevant to a situation, in order to deceive others.
  5. Misdirection: This is when a person intentionally distracts or redirects attention away from something, in order to deceive others.
  6. Manipulation: This is when a person uses psychological tactics, such as guilt-tripping, gaslighting, or emotional blackmail, to influence others into doing something.
  7. Plagiarism: This is when a person passes off someone else’s work or ideas as their own, without giving credit to the original source.
  8. False advertising: This is when a company makes false or misleading claims about their products or services in order to deceive consumers.

Author: Linda Turner

Coaching and Therapy Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Hypnotherapy. Qualified NLP, EMDR and CBT therapist. REIKI Master. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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