What do you do when people don’t believe you, even though you know and are telling the truth? Do you just let it go? Do you try to explain what you know even if they don’t believe you? I have posted several prayer intentions regarding the situation in our household; last night there was a big fight. It has come to a point where I think that I really need to do something concrete. I have thought of recording what the others are saying in order to catch them lying. Last night someone proposed that they record their conversations in order to know the truth. The accuser said, ‘oh no, I don’t want that, no need for that.’ Ha! I think that proves she’s lying about being the aggrieved party.
Sadly, it seems that certain people at home have started believing the liars. Now they’re making it appear that I’m the bad guy, that I don’t want to believe what so and so was saying.
The thing is, I have heard conversations among the people at home, have caught someone lying outright to me, etc. but I was the only one who heard and saw them (aside from the suspect parties). So in terms of proof, it’s only what I heard. I could tell them, but would they believe me? As it is, they prefer to believe one side, and they haven’t even listened to the other party. As with confrontation, they would just flatly deny that they said/did so and so. In other cases, I have noticed inconsistencies in their statements, as well body language cues, such as not looking at me straight in the eye when talking about the incident, giving vague statements, fumbling, unwillingness to record incidents.
Please for me and our situation, that the entire truth would come out for everybody. What I want is the truth to come out, and that the falsely accused would be cleared, the liars revealed.