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Faking it

They Only Respect Those in Positions of Power

When it comes to respect, most would agree that everyone is deserving of this sentiment. Yet, fake people have a tendency to solely respect people in power, according to Lifehack. If someone you’re spending time with isn’t respectful of everyone around them, they may be faking it.

They Work Hard to Build Relationships

While genuine people don’t have to put in extreme effort to grow their circle of friends, fake people may try hard to earn the affections of others. Friendship and other kinds of relationships come naturally to those who are truly interested, but Lifehack suggests that fake people go about creating relationships in a less organic fashion.

They Seek Out Attention

They Gossip

They’re Quick to Show Off

They Put Others Down in Order to Look Good

They’re Only Nice If There’s Something in It for Them



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