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..., Venezuela, fell in love with someone who was a prevaricator. He told her that he loved her and couldn’t live without her. As a result of what he said, she believed him, and after a while, he asked her for a big favor; he asked if she could lend him $10,000 for no reason. Her family didn’t like him, especially her parent, and they told her the most honest opinion. They told her that she didn’t know him well, and she would’ve been broke if she had given him the money. Therefore, she decided to listen to her family and reject what he asked for. The result was that he broke up with her after she told him the answer. After one week, her ex-boyfriend was caught by the police while he was doing drugs. Occasionally, honesty hurts, but it might help you to circumvent bad things from happening. Most parents should be honest to clear the air from anything that makes it vague.
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