True Lies #1 in 6 Countries

True Lies CoverA huge thank you for the support of True Lies, which has become #1 under the category of detecting deception in Amazon in 6 countries!

Excerpt:
A man stands between you and your car; arms folded, legs apart, with narrowed eyes glaring at you with tightened lips. Are you in danger? A woman smiles at you from across the bar and moves her drink to one side. Was that an invitation? Your teenager comes home late and explains with hands in pockets and a single shoulder shrug how someone else damaged the car. Are you being lied to? You have worked hard on this deal, with the paperwork about to be signed. You notice the man you have been negotiating with is reading the contract with a half smile, and as he sees you watching, replaces his smile with a more serious look. Has this man been deceptive in order to gain a better price? You ask the seller of the car if there is anything wrong with it, and they respond with a stutter, pause, then a vague “Not that I recall” answer. All of these situations come from someone’s real life experiences. Everyday we have questions, such as: Does he / she like me? What are they thinking? Are they in a good mood? Do they like the idea? Did he just lie? Am I buying a lemon? Should I do business with this person? Do I trust him with my kids? Are they the best person for the job? Can I see myself with this person for the rest of my life?

Everyday we have so many questions, and for these to remain unanswered can sometimes be accompanied with an ever increasing list of insecurities. In my opinion people and relationships are one of the greatest mysteries in life, and as I have a deep drive to better understand people I was drawn to the behavioural sciences. And it is through my learning and witnessing so many who could benefit from learning that I found my passion in helping people to understand non-verbal communication – and to avoid deception. 

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About Bridget Dunn

A real estate professional since 2012, Bridget is known for integrity, diplomacy and sincerity in all her dealings. She has first and foremost strived to be someone in whom her clients and colleagues can put their trust and faith. Treating clients like family is both a guiding principal and way of life for Bridget. She is dedicated to listening intently to her clients needs and providing the best possible advice, from how to get the best sales result for their home, to matching individuals and families with the properties that best suit their needs.
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