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Why women lie


Author Susan Shapiro Barash and relationship expert Argie Allen discuss the reasons females are carrying around deep, dark secrets.



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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said that the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

 

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

 

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is there any truth? Jay's claim?

No, absolutely not.

 

And in the classic film, Belle de Jour, this woman is both chaste wife and  unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but might they reflect real-life drama more than you'd  initially think?

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

 

Sometimes, you're left better unsaid, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm guilty of it.

Lying is a survival mechanism, so we yes, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". Argie Allen  is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, you just saw, they are not serial liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it's both, Merida, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that isn't what they're supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers have often taught us how to lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend she doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent lies, aren't they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just expedient to lie. So women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers  email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't tell him how much of a tax refund we received.

 

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lies, thy lie  improves the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

 

 

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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is any truth? Jessie /,

No, absolutely not.

And in the classic film, / /, this woman is both chased wife and an unknown / husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but / / / real-life drama more than you don't initially think.

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a mean to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it will go with beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, can tell the truth, after all, they are at different time, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lie, yeah.

Sometimes, I lay on bed and said, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm going to yell it.

Lie is a survivor mechanism, so we answer, we definitely all do it.

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". / / is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, each of them, they are not serious liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lie. And Susan, you find out that your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and the deception. Is it something that harder white lie in us, or is it nurtured?

I think it both mirrored, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that is whether supposed to do, perhaps, addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mother to often / / kind of, lie compassionately, you don't tell your French doesn't look good, in an address you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace people at home.

But those are innocent lies, are they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just convenient to lie. That will be women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers to email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't him how much of a tax refund we received.

Now those, those are going towards the bad, are they?

Well, these are better / lie, the lie to improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.


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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

 

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

 

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is any truth? Jessie /,

No, absolutely not.

And in the classic film, / /, this woman is both chatised wife and an unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but my faovrites like real-life drama more than you'd been initially think.

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different time, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lie, yeah.

 

Sometimes, I lay on bed and said, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm going to yell it.

Lie is a survivor mechanism, so we answer, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". / / is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, each of them, they are not serious liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you find out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it both mirrored, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that is whether supposed to do, perhaps, addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers to often / / kind of, lie compassionately, you don't tell your French doesn't look good, in an address you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace people at home.

But those are innocent lies, are they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just convenient to lie. That will be women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers  email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't him how much of a tax refund we received.

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lie, the lie to improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

 

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

 

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is any truth? Jessie /,

No, absolutely not.

 

And in the classic film, / /, this woman is both chased wife and  unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but my faovrites like real-life drama more than you'd been initially think.

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

 

Sometimes, your life better than said, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm going to live it.

Lying is a survivor mechanism, so we answer, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". /Allen / is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, each of them, they are not serious liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you find out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it both mirrored, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that is whether supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers has often talked kind of, lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent lies, are they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just convenient to lie. That's what we women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers  email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't him how much of a tax refund we received.

 

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lie, the lie to improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said that the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

 

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

 

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is it any truth? Jay's claim?

No, absolutely not.

 

And in the classic film, Belle de Jour, this woman is both chaste wife and  unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but might they reflect real-life drama more than you'd / initially think.

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

 

Sometimes, you're left better unsaid, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm guilty of it.

Lying is a survival mechanism, so we yes, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". Argie Allen / is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, you just saw, they are not serial liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it's both, Merida, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that isn't what they're supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers have often taught us how to lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend she doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent lies, aren't they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just expedient to lie. So women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers to email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't tell him how much of a tax refund we received.

 

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lies but you are to  improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

Advice  Ann Landers once said  the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.what did you just say?I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

No, absolutely not.

And in the classic film, , this woman is both and  unknown to her  husband, .

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, real initially think. A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah. Sometimes, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do,  it.

Lying is a , so weyes, we definitely all do it.

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". I want to point out that those two women,, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

I think , it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers ress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent liesInnocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't  how much of a tax refund we received.

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

Advice Ann Landers once said the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening. I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.what did you just say?I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old. On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment. No, absolutely not. And in the classic film, , this woman is both and unknown to her husband, . Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, real initially think. A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering. I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them. I think everyone, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah. Sometimes, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, it. Lying is a , so weyes, we definitely all do it. And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". I want to point out that those two women,, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured? I think , it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers ress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home. But those are innocent liesInnocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes women have to decide. We have some of our viewers email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't how much of a tax refund we received. Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they? Well, these are betterment improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.
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on john:

 

Advice columnist Ann Landers once said that the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

 

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

 

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is there any truth? Jay's claim?

No, absolutely not.

 

And in the classic film, Belle de Jour, this woman is both chaste wife and  unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but might they reflect real-life drama more than you'd / initially think.

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

 

Sometimes, you're left better unsaid, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm guilty of it.

Lying is a survival mechanism, so we yes, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". Argie Allen / is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, you just saw, they are not serial liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it's both, Merida, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that isn't what they're supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers have often taught us how to lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend she doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent lies, aren't they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just expedient to lie. So women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers to email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't tell him how much of a tax refund we received.

 

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lies but you are to  improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

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Advice Ann Landers once said 'The naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie'. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.


'I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.'

'what did you just say?'

'I'am sleeping with a 25-year-old.'

'On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.'

'Is any truth,J/'s claim?'

'No, absolutely not.'


And in the classic film,Belle de jour , this woman is both chaste wife and unknown to her husband,a prostitute .

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen.But might they reflect the real-life drama more than you'd initially think. A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is 'yes'. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone,conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

Sometimes,you left better unsaid, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm guilty of it.

Lying is a survival mechanism, so we ,yes, we definitely all do it.

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets".Angie.Allen is a relationship therapist.Good morning to both of you. I want to point out that those two women,you just saw, They are serial liars by any means.They are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

I think ,it's both,Miranda,it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything as it isn't supposed to do ,perhaps an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers've often taught us how to lie compassionally ; you don't tell your friend she dosen't look good in a dress ;you don't tell your husband ,you don't like the necklace he brought home.

But those are innocent lies...

Innocent lies,but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just expedient to lie.So women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers email us things that they lie about. And one woman wrote,' my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't how much of a tax refund we received. Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lies;they 're lying to improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

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 Advice columnist Ann Lander once said that the naked truth is always better than the best addressed lie but some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering what’s anyone listening? “ I am sleeping with a twenty-five year old” “ What did you just say? I am sleeping with an twenty-five year old” On ABC’s lipstick jungle , one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment .’it there any truth to his claim” “ No absolutely not” and in the classic flim bell dejour this woman is both Chased wife and unknown to her husband a prostitute. Sure these are the stories of the big and small screens but might they reflect a real-life drama more than you initially think. A new book little white lies deep dark secrets suggests that the answer to that questuon is “Yes”. Its author found that women use lies in a broader range of areas as a means to an end. 75%of women sat they have to lie in the work place to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering. I think that women you know keep secrets in order to protect themselves. Nobody likes to be judged you know I do have an open relationship with my children but when they ask me direct questions I don’t feel it’s always beneficial to you know to answer them.I think eneryone you know conceals the truth all throughout their day at different times in different ways in different situations and because of that you know all different types of things can be considered lying. Sometimes you’re left better unsaid if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel. Then I do .I am ***go. Lie is a survival mechanism . So we yes we definitely all do it. And Susan Shapiro Barash she is the author of little white lies deep dark secrets Allen is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you. Good morning. I want to point out that those two women you just saw they are not serious liars by any mean. They are just speaking in general terms about women and lying and susan you found out in your research that most women live by this code of lying secrets and deception.Is that something that’s hard wired in us or is it nurtured? I think it is both ** and it is partly the culture really almost encouring women to make a secret of anything that isn’t what you are supposed to do perhaps addiction. Women lie about money and then nurturing while our mother has often taught us how to lie compassionately. You don’t tell you friendsshe doesn’t look good in a dress. You don’t tell your husband you don’t like that necklace he brought home but those are innocent lies, aren’t they? Innocent lies but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it’s just expedient to lie. So women have to decide. We have some of our viewers to email us things they lied about then . One woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage I am actually miserable but put on the **that all is ok. Another said I don’t tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe and we alsodon’t tell him how much of a tax we refund we received.. now those are going towards the bad aren’t they. These are betterment lie but you are to impriove the situation and you know if you reveal your secret , you feel that it is not really going to help you.

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Advice columnist Ad Lenders once said that the naked truth is always better than the best dressed lie. But some new information on women in lying could be wondering. Was anyone listening?

 

I’m sleeping with a 25-year-old. What did you just say? I’m sleeping with a 25-year-old. On NBC's jungle, one woman lies on the job when she is accused of sexual harassment. Is there any truth? No, absolutely not. Is it then sexual? And in that classic film, Beld Ajour, this woman is both chaste wise and unknown to her husband a prostitute. 

 

Sure, these are of stories of a big and small screen. But my favorite real life's drama is more than you'd initially think. A new book Little White Lies Deep Dark Secrets suggest the answer to that question is YES. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75 percent of women said that they have to lie in the work place to sustain their positions. 60 percent may tend to diction a secret. 50 percent have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. Nobody likes to be judges. You know, i do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, i don't feel it’s always beneficial to, you know, to answer them. I think every one can't tell truth all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations. And because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying. Sometimes, lies are better than facts. If that telling a lie is by not telling how you really feel. I do, I'm go together. Lying is a survive mechanism. So we girls we definitely do it.

 

So Susan Shapiro, she is the author of the Little White Lies Deep Dark Secrets. Argie Allen is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you. I want to point out that those two women they are not serial liars by enemy. They are just speaking in general terms about women in lying.

 

Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and the deception. Is there something that is hard wilder than us or is it natured? I think it's diagnosed as partly the culture really on the encouraging women to make a secret anything that is what they are supposed to do, perhaps new diction. Women lie about money.

 

And in nurturing, well, our mothers too often talk of how to lie passionately. You don't tell your friends it doesn't look good in a dress. You don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home. But those are innocent lies. Yes, innocent lies. But they can take you to the lies that you really need, and sometimes it's just an expedient lie. Women have to decide.

 

We have some of our reviewers e-mail us, saying things they lie about them. One of women wrote that the biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable, but put on the porsod, that's all is ok. Another said I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't tell him how much of the tax refund we received. Now those are going tools. These are better than lies. The lies improve the situation. You know that if you reveal your secrets, you feel that it's not going to help you.

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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said that the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is it any truth? Jay's claim?

No, absolutely not.

And in the classic film, Belle de Jour, this woman is both chaste wife and  unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but might they reflect real-life drama more than you'd initially think.

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark secrets" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

 

Sometimes, you're left better unsaid, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm guilty of it.

Lying is a survival mechanism, so we yes, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". Argie Allen is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, you just saw, they are not serial liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwared in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it's both, Merida, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that isn't what they're supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers have often taught us how to lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend she doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent lies, aren't they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just expedient to lie. So women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers to email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't tell him how much of a tax refund we received.

 

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lies but you are to improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

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Advice columnist Alan landers once said that the naked truth is always better than the best dressed lie, but some new information on women and lying could leave u wondering was any one listening ?

I am sleeping with a 25 years old.

What did u just say?

I am sleeping with a 25 years old.

On NBC’s lipstick jungle , one woman lies on the job when she was accused of sexual harassment.

Is any truth James Claim

No ,absolutely not.

And in the classic film , belle de jour, this woman is both chaste wife and unknown to her husband

,a prostitute .

Sure ,these are of these stories of the big and small screen, but might they were reflecting real life drama more than u initially think.

A new book :little white lies, deep dark secret suggest the answer of that question is yes. It is author found women use lies in the abroad rage of areas as means to an end. 75% of women say they have to lie in the work place to sustain their positions. 60% admit to addiction secret. 50% have mixed motions about mothering.

I think that women ,u know, keep secret in order to protect themselves, nobody likes be judged. Here I do have open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct question, I don’t think it is always beneficial too, u know to answer them.

I think everyone ,u know, can feel the truth, although all the day, at different times, in the different ways, in different situations, and because of that ,u know all different types could be considered lying,yes. Sometimes u left better unsaid, if that ,if that telling a lie by not telling how u really feel, then I do, I am guilty of it.

Lying is a survival mechanism, so we have ,we definitely all do it.   

And susan , she is the author little white lie, deep dark secrets. Argie allen is a relationship therapist, good morning to both of u. I want to appoint that those women u just saw ,they r not serial liars by any means , they r just speaking in general terms about women and lying, and susan ,u found out that through ur research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception, is it something that is hardwared in us ,or is it nurtured?

I think it is both, marid, it is partly the culture, really almost encourage women to make secret of anything that is not what they r supposed to do, perhaps no addiction. Women lie about money and then nurturing while our mothers to often taught us how to lie compassionately, u don’t tell ur friend she doesn’t look good in a dress, u don’t tell ur husband u don’t like the necklace he brought home.

But these r innocent lies, r not they?

Yes, they r not, but they can take u too, deny u really need, and sometimes it is just expedient to lie, so we women need to decide.

We have some of our viewers to email us the things they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness of my marriage, I am actually miserable but put on the façade, that all is ok. Another said I don’t tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe, and also don’t tell him how much of tax refund we received.

Now those r going towards the bad, r not they?

Well ,these r the betterment lies but while u improve the situation, and u know if u reveal ur secret u feel that it is not really going to help u .

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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

 

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

 

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is any truth? Jessie clan,

No, absolutely not.

 

And in the classic film, , this woman is both chased wife and  unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but my faovrites like real-life drama more than you'd been initially think.

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark secrets" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

 

 

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

 

Sometimes, your life better than said, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then

 

 I do, I'm going to live it.

 

Lying is a survivor mechanism, so we answer, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets".Allen is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

 

I want to point out that those two women, each of them, they are not serious liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you find out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it both mirrored, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that is whether supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers has often talked kind of, lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent lies, are they?

 

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just convenient to lie. That's what we women have to decide.

 

We have some of our viewers  email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't him how much of a tax refund we received.

 

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lie, the lie to improve the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

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Advice columnist Ann Landers once said that the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.

 

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

what did you just say?

I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.

 

On NBC's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment.

Is there any truth? Jay's claim?

No, absolutely not.

 

And in the classic film, Belle de Jour, this woman is both chaste wife and  unknown to her  husband, a prostitute.

Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but might they reflect real-life drama more than you'd / initially think?

 

A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering.

 

 

I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.

I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah.

 

Sometimes, you're left better unsaid, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm guilty of it.

Lying is a survival mechanism, so we yes, we definitely all do it.

 

And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". Argie Allen / is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you.

I want to point out that those two women, you just saw, they are not serial liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?

 

I think it's both, Merida, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that isn't what they're supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers have often taught us how to lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend she doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home.

 

But those are innocent lies, aren't they?

Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just expedient to lie. So women have to decide.

We have some of our viewers / email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't tell him how much of a tax refund we received.

 

Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?

Well, these are betterment lies, thy lie  improves the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you.

 

 

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