Inconsistant Behaviour

People who say one thing and do another are often referred to as being inconsistent or displaying a lack of integrity. Their words and actions do not align, which can be confusing and frustrating for others who are trying to understand and interact with them. This inconsistency can stem from various factors, such as:

  1. Lack of self-awareness: Sometimes, individuals may not realize that their words and actions are contradictory. They may not fully understand their own motivations or have a clear sense of their values and principles.
  2. Intent to deceive: In some cases, individuals may purposefully say one thing and do another to manipulate or deceive others. They might have ulterior motives or wish to avoid confrontation or negative consequences.
  3. External pressures or circumstances: People’s behaviors can be influenced by external factors such as societal expectations, peer pressure, or situational factors. They might say something to conform or please others but act differently due to internal conflicts or external pressures.
  4. Lack of commitment: Some individuals may lack commitment or follow-through. They might make promises or declarations without intending to fulfill them or without fully considering the implications of their words.
  5. Changing circumstances or priorities: People’s circumstances, beliefs, and priorities can change over time. Their words and actions may seem inconsistent because they are adapting to new situations or reevaluating their perspectives.

Dealing with people who say one thing and do another can be challenging. It is essential to maintain clear communication, express concerns or confusion about their inconsistencies, and seek clarification if needed. However, it’s also important to evaluate the overall pattern of behavior and determine if the inconsistency is a consistent pattern or occasional lapses. Trust is built upon consistent actions aligning with words, so it may be necessary to reassess the level of trust and decide whether the relationship or interaction is healthy and beneficial for all parties involved.

 © Linda C J Turner

By Linda C J 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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