Let’s Talk About “Gaslighting”

Gaslighting is a hot topic right now, but how do we know if we’re actually being gaslighted or if we’re just in the wrong?

It doesn’t take much time scrolling through Twitter, TikTok, or any other social media app before we start noticing a trend: the topic of gaslighting, a manipulation tactic used in romantic, familial, or professional relationships, where the manipulator makes their victim question their own reality. Most commonly, gaslighting is spoken of in the context of a romantic relationship.

TikToks and articles featuring young women recounting their experiences with an abusive ex who gaslighted them throughout their relationship are common to stumble upon – and often, these tales are saddening and worrisome. But sometimes, it seems like there’s something else going on. Read more…

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