3. She Plays Coy When You Buy Her Things That She Expects You To Buy
For women, gifts are important, especially if that’s their love language. Not only do they enjoy the actual gift, but they really value your thoughtfulness. When they think about the time you’ve spent getting that gift for her, sometimes it means more than the actual gift itself. So there’s no pressure right in what you get her? Wrong. It’s extremely important. Plus, the gift should be something she really wants. Or it should be something personal that only you know she would like. Otherwise, if the gift doesn’t fit those criteria, she might lie about how much she likes it just to be nice.
By way of Muscle and Fitness, Susan Shapiro Barash, who wrote Little White Lies, Deep Dark Secrets: The Truth About Why Women Lie, says that women won’t express their disappointment if it’s something they aren’t stoked about getting. But deep inside, they’ll be thinking about how disappointed they are to receive it. This might rub you the wrong way if the truth ever came out. She’s not going to wear her feelings on her sleeve in these kinds of moments. But she’ll certainly want to be thinking about how she can avoid it in the future.
2. She Says Couldn’t Care Less About Your Female Friends As She Seeths With Jealousy
No one wants to come across jealous. It doesn’t help improve one’s image in any way. So it’s only natural that she’d lie in order to avoid this perception. The challenge is that jealousy finds a way of cropping up in dating. Depending on the situation, it requires one side to adjust in order to help the couple at large. If she’s jealous, maybe you need to be aware of her feelings and that you’re spending time with someone she feels threatened by. On the other hand, she could be jealous, and your behavior is completely in line. Either way, jealousy can’t go on unaddressed or it’ll hurt the romance down the line.
When she lies to cover up her jealousy, it only fails to address that there’s a problem in the first place.
With there being a problem admitted between two parties, it can’t be resolved. If you sense she’s jealous and wants to talk to her about it, there are ways to open up the conversation without sounding combative. Relationship guru Sarah Jones by way of Muscle and Fitness has a method on how to open the conversation saying, “‘I might be totally nuts here, but I’ve been a little worried about X lately. Is anything up with that?'” Taking a calm and caring approach like the one Jones outlines may disarm her lies and get down to the heart of the matter.