"What To Do When Someone Is Telling Lies About You"
by Michael Lee
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Do you know what to do when someone is telling lies about you? Let's face it. There are people who don't have anything else better to do, and get a kick out of ruining other people's lives. But that doesn't mean you have to play the victim all the time.

While such a situation seems hopeless, there are actually things you can do when someone is telling lies about you.

1) Don't Be Hysterical.

Calm yourself down. Going into hysterics will not help your case one bit. In fact, creating uproar will only serve to fuel the gossip all the more.

Even if you can't control what other people might think, you can at least control how you react. Be calm and address the lies in a professional manner. When people ask you about it, tell them point blank that the rumor is not true.

2) Confront This "Someone."

One of the things to do when someone is telling lies about you is cutting off the source. That doesn't mean you have the leeway to bully that person or to harass that person back.

Confronting in this sense means speaking to this person in a civil manner and asking them what made them think you were this or that. Try to understand where the problem originated and you might be able to fix things well.

3) Tell Your Boss.

It's a whole different ballgame when this person refuses to stop spreading lies. If you're in a work situation, the best thing to do when someone is telling lies about you is to inform your supervisor.

You've done all you could by yourself, but nothing seems to work. This is not merely a petty fight, but something that could potentially ruin your career. Approach your boss with this professional angle and they might be more likely to respond to your plight.

Now, you know what to do when someone is telling lies about you. Do not stoop to that person's level. Be as mature and professional about it. Don't lose your confidence but don't go around in hysterics either.

Contact the Author

Michael Lee is a master persuader, professional copywriter, self-improvement expert, and author of "How To Be An Expert Persuader... In 20 Days or Less." His persuasion course at http://20daypersuasion.com has helped tens of thousands of people to win more friends, captivate the opposite sex, instantly get liked and trusted, enjoy unlimited wealth, and easily persuade anyone to eagerly do anything they want.

Michael Lee

Site: http://www.20daypersuasion.com

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