Governor Sanford, Congressman Wiener, Governor Schwarzenegger, President Bill Clinton all have something in common: they cheated on their wives and lied about it. Was that their true character shining through? Or a momentary lapse? Dr. Piercarlo Valdesolo, co-author of “Out of Character, Surprising Truths about the Liar, Cheat, Sinner (and Saint) Lurking in All of Us” says we are all capable of cheating, lying, stealing, and many other negative characteristics we consider morally and ethically wrong.
Is Dr. Valdesolo making excuses? Is this another example of situational ethics? Should character really be as fluid as Dr. Valdesolo suggests? Join Lisa and Philip as they explore this very tough issue. For more information about Dr. Valdesolo you can go his website www.outofcharacterbook.com or www.c360todya.com