Thought for the Day | 8-12-14



I accept people for who they are and meet them where they are. There will never be a need to lie to me in fear that I may judge you. There will never be a need to lie to me because you want a certain outcome…I may not like the truth & it may even hurt, but at least I can RESPECT you for telling the truth…NEVER, EVER assume you know me well enough to know what my response to the truth will be and tell me a lie…NEVER, EVER think it is okay to take away my ability to make an informed choice…

In case you are confused…a lie is a lie; even when you lie by omission! You “lie by omission” when you deliberately leave out important information to convey a false impression! By choosing not to disclose certain details, you are still a liar!

Don’t get it twisted, the TRUTH IS NOT SUBJECTIVE!! It is neither”my truth” nor “your truth“…truth does not change based on the person, place or situation! So always remember when dealing with someone like me….your lies tell more about you than “your version” of the truth ever could!


~Ki² Richardson


Truth vs. Lies






About KiKiRichardson

Certified Life Coach (Interpersonal Relationships), Speaker, Radio Personality & Author of the Controversial book: "The Other Woman Code of Conduct: What every "other" woman should know...and MEN too!" Get your copy NOW! KiKi´s infectious energy, transparent style and sheer refusal to "blend in" has earned her the "Consummate Provocateur" moniker. KiKi the Certified Life Coach -- takes a firm, common sense approach with her clients, assisting them with taking ownership of their choices in order to affect positive change in their own lives. KiKi the Host of Playing Devil’s Advocate™ -- is no-holds barred. She dares her listeners to challenge societal norms and examine the “why?”. This radio show is for mature audiences and it is Uncensored, Unscripted, UNAPOLOGETIC! KiKi the Speaker -- uses her personal experiences to connect with her audience. She has an unapologetic contempt for conventional thought which has a way of getting the uncomfortable conversation started.

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