The average person projects a lying mirror in which they reflect a façade to others to conform to their world of approved perception in order not to experience rejection. People who do not display the real them, but different mirrors depending on their situation and who they are interacting with are most likely experiencing an identity crisis, not to be confused as a schizophrenic. The question posed in the mind; what do I need to display to be accepted? The question posed in the heart; will they accept me if I reflect the real me? Lying mirrors is a self— help book. Lying mirrors allows people to reflect, evaluate themselves, and pose questions about their behavior, culture, and many other characteristics that have assisted them into conforming to who they currently are. This compendium will inspire readers to begin to discover and accept their real selves and reflect who they are at heart that they may be at peace with displaying one true mirror.