Why do people routinely tell white lies and are they always harmless? We scoured some of our partners’ Web sites to find some answers and insight about dishonesty.
Get the answers in this article by DivineCaroline’s own Vicki Santillano.
Lemondrop explains how pathological liars  are made and why an emotional disconnect is to blame. (Lemondrop)
Even non-compulsive liars cheat on their tax forms. Worried that you might get audited this year? This video  will help prepare you. (DailyMotion)
Speaking of hiding something, often mothers say that they’re afraid of confessing how much time they spend online. How do you know if your Internet use has gotten out of hand ? (ParentDish)
Want to know what real moms are confessing? A new community called Truu Mom Confessions  features women admitting things about their families, feelings, pet peeves, embarrassing moments, dreams, and more.
If you can no longer tolerate dishonesty in yourself or others, try using these seven tips  to build kinder, gentler honesty into your relationships. (YourTango)
Or maybe you’re having a hard time telling the person you’re dating straight up how you feel in a genuine but soft way. Read this woman’s advice . (TheFrisky)
Skipping the honest approach may seem tempting, but if you learn how to properly end a relationship , you’ll minimize pain for the other person and yourself. (ThinkSimpleNow)