We learn how to lie from childhood. Soon after, as we rub our sore bottoms, we begin to learn how not to lie.
In adulthood, we master the art of withholding information. Not lying. Lying is bad. We merely withhold.
Why withhold? We’re adults! We don’t answer to anybody! Tell ’em like it is!
We think ourselves high and mighty and untouchable—until we walk into the doctor’s office.