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Just wanted to get off my chest how my life has drastically changed for the worse since I met a man that I eventually discovered was a pathological liar. I nearly married this man, I planned a life with him. I Introduced him to every aspect of my life as you would the man you wished to spend the rest of your life with. Over 2 years later, I have been left in a total mess. I am a very good judge of character, believe me. He is an astoundingly good and highly believable liar. He is genuinely well accomplished, yet chooses to also fabricate large chunks of his life I presume to feel better about himself. They say you can judge a man by the company he keeps, well the very few friends he has were lovely, and totally had no idea he had fabricated his army career (I confirmed his lies via Sandhurst). I now see he lied constantly, about everything. It scares me that there are such people around. Has anyone else experienced anything like this?

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