Everybody tells little white lies on occasion. . . but have you ever stopped to consider why lying is so commonplace?
David Robertson is director of Safe Places Services, a Seventh-day Adventist organisation dedicated to safeguard churches from sexual abuse and provide support for victims of the crime.
Have you ever fudged your tax return? What about padding your resume? After all, if it doesn't harm anybody, lying's alright, isn't it?
In the world of political PR and spin, no matter its colour, truth is often a casualty. But it seems it is not dead yet, reflects Daniel Reynaud.
To Andy Andrews telling his kids that going to jail begins with lying seemed extreme. But then he thought about it more.
When is it okay to tell a lie? Loron Wade explains truth and truth telling.
In a survey of Australian university students, more than eight out of 10 admitted cheating and copying the work of others.
Putting our thoughts into words more often could be beneficial. Kim Peckham explores the value of both compliments and correction.
How can you know that what you find online can be trusted? Mark Kellner shares some advice.