To be honest, to be honest, I won't lie to you
These catchphrases are shared by both men and women and often permeate our daily lives. The person who said this may have lied too much, causing others to distrust themselves and always doubt themselves. As a result, this has led to frequent catchphrases in future life, hoping to increase the credibility of one's words.
This type of person has a mentality of worrying that the other person may misunderstand them, and has a somewhat impatient personality, often with inner grievances. If it weren't for the lies of "the wolf has come" being told too much, others wouldn't often misunderstand him. Therefore, when dealing with such people, one should be vigilant about whether there are often lies in their statements and not be trapped.
2. "Should, Must, and Will"
This person has strong self-confidence and appears very rational, and will not make hasty conclusions without confirming something. He is calm and believes that he can persuade others, make them believe, and make them believe that he will generate a strong sense of identification and joy.
On the other hand, saying too much about 'should' reflects his wavering mentality. Shaking is not due to his lack of confidence in himself, but rather to his emotional pursuit of identification. He does not want to lose credibility in the future due to one of his mistakes.
3. 'Heard, heard, heard'
Perhaps this type of person believes in what is said, but does not want to leave themselves with no room for turning. Therefore, using such catchphrases is a psychological formation that leaves room for themselves. Although this type of person has a wide range of knowledge, their decision-making power is insufficient and they are not suitable for leadership. But his smooth way of life and his ability to protect himself are worthy of great promotion.
He is thoughtful in every aspect, leaving room for himself, and not having to take on a big responsibility is to protect himself well, which is particularly common among many leaders.
4. "Maybe it is, maybe it is, maybe it is
People who speak such verbal language have a strong self-defense instinct and will not fully expose their inner thoughts. In dealing with people calmly, both work and personnel relationships are good, and there is also a meaning of taking a step back and making progress. But it's difficult for you to enter his inner world and know what you want.
Once the situation becomes clear, they will say, 'I anticipated this earlier'. There is no need to take responsibility when something goes wrong, and when things go smoothly, one can take credit. They are extremely good at pretending and hiding their true feelings.