See The Simplest Way To Effectively Know Someone’s True Character

People are always hiding who they are, and they are probably not wrong in that act. I know, that’s not what you wanted to read as the article opener, but I have no option than to drop the bombshell so that we can get it over it and move ahead.

Not a lot of people are ready to deal with the true character of others. Many will simply not even allow a seed of relationship to be planted in the first instance not to talk of tending to it as soon as they discover something they don’t like from the beginning. Although that could be a jumpy conclusion, some people prefer being safe than sorry I guess.

That notwithstanding, there is one super effective way of actually knowing who someone is. It doesn’t matter if the person is your long time childhood friend or girlfriend/boyfriend. It doesn’t matter what the person is to you or whatever relationship you have enjoyed in the past with the said person. This method is effective and works like magic all the time.

If you want to know someone’s true character, then you have to Live With Them. It’s actually as simple as that.

You see people can do anything they like; act however they want and put up all those appearances whenever in public view, but people cannot hide who they actually are. If you want to know if you may be compatible with someone in any capacity whatsoever, especially relationship wise, you have no option than to live with them for a time period. The specified time period is up to you to decide.

No matter how good a pretender someone is, they can only pretend for so long before the acts starts slipping and the pretense gives way to the reality of who they truly are. Though you should never make this a goal in your relations with people, bear this simple and effective way of knowing in mind too. It starts with the little negligible things as if a dot in a big white paperboard. Before you may open your eyes, the single black dot is all over the white paperboard. 

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