You have probably told many little lies and half-truths throughout your life. Radical honesty is the practice of minimizing the lies you tell. The "radical honesty" movement was founded by a psychotherapist named Brad Blanton, who claims that effective communication relies on honesty. Radical honesty is a pledge to see and verbally acknowledge things exactly as they are, to the best of your ability. To practice radical honesty, adopt a mindset where you're able to see and acknowledge reality. Learn to communicate what you see effectively. Make sure to approach the situation with kindness. Being radically honest should not hurt other people's feelings.