Gaslighting

As Rage is sometimes the result of abuse and this technique can be very hard for the victim to perceive, here is a short explanation:

http://www.thehotline.org/2014/05/what-is-gaslighting/

If you think this is happening to you, you need to find an uninvolved third party and likely a therapist.

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2 responses to “Gaslighting”

  1. Úlfdís Járnviðar says :

    Half of my therapist’s job has been helping me accept the gaslighting of both my mother, and my STBX. Mom was classic countering/forgetting and denial, STBX’s was trivializing. Ick ick ick. Thank goodness for good therapists, and good friends trained in domestic violence safety and prevention…

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