Millions of men and women are victims of gaslighting, and they are miserable.
You’re in a room after a long day in the evening. You hear keys jingle. The front door shuts. Your spouse enters the room, dressed in black after the long day.
“Are the lamps on?” you ask, hazily. You hate when the lamps are on because they keep you awake. You see the yellow light spilling at the end of the hallway. Your spouse shakes their head.
“No. They’re not,” they say.
Confusion hits you. You check. The lamps are on. The light is bright, almost blinding; however, your spouse says they are not with such authority, such force that you wonder if they were ever on at all.
“Maybe you’re just tired,” your spouse whispers. “Maybe you should sleep.”
Despite, the lights shining, you feel your foundation shaken. You are unsure. Maybe the lights are off. Maybe you’re seeing things, or maybe you are a victim of gaslighting.
Psychologists use the expression “gaslighting” to refer to a particular kind of Manipulation where the Manipulator attempts to get another person (or a gathering of individuals) to question their own real world, memory or perception.
Here, you will discover how to spot, identify and trap a gaslighter and free yourself from the baggage. Gaslighters are out there and their numbers are growing thanks to the secret market of dark psychology surging in popularity.
Here is a preview of what you will know. . .
Identifying gaslighters with examples and scenarios inside
Identifying the types of gaslighters
How to stop gaslighters
And how to recover from their abuse
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Harper Swanson is a passionate lover of words with two huskies sometimes seen in cafes. Harper sat front row in psychology courses before graduating in 2011. Harper enjoys traveling to China and Italy.