One out of five Brits pretend to appear more successful than they really are
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2012 -- We are living in a time when everybody wants to look in the best possible light, whether it’s about their education, career or living standards. It is a classic scenario that this feeling takes more control especially when someone meets up with an old school or college friend which eventually leads to stretching the truth, turning it into a lie. A recent research in Britain is just about that which highlights very interesting facts about men and women.
Lately, a research was conducted in Britain to find out the behavior of men and women when they meet with their old school or college mates in reunion or at some other gathering. Interestingly, it was found that one out of every five people lie about their present condition whether it’s about job or living standards, just to appear more successful.
According to the research, men are more focused and desperate to appear successful and exaggerate more than 50 percent about their earnings. Men are also very curious about the car they drive and the study reveals that more than eight percent pretend to drive a flashy and luxurious car. Talking about the houses they live in, nearly 12 percent of the men lie to make it look like they live in a much nicer area.
On the other hand, 45 percent of the women pretend to have far more glamorous and exciting job than they actually have.
'We live in a time when everyone is desperate for everyone else to see them in the best possible light 'People’s use of Facebook shows we are increasingly aware of how we can use certain information to manipulate what others think of us. And people don’t necessarily see why they should stick to the truth,” a famous psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos said according to dailymail.co.uk.
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