How to find out that another person is hiding something?
Our day-to-day life we are facing such situation at work or university. So how to come to conclusion easily?
What would be the purpose of trying to find out what they're hiding?
It's best to ask direct questions. If you don't trust them move on!
Snooping around in someone's personal life is an ego exercise.
There's no need to become a private detective.
You're entitled to have your own "deal breakers" and if lack of transparency is one of those for you then so be it.
Expecting people to "change" (for you) is unrealistic.
If something doesn't (feel right to you) it's probably not right for you!
Ask them. If they don't trust you enough to tell you then you might have bigger issues than whatever they are hiding.
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