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How to Spot Gaslighting

The term gaslight comes from a 1938 play that was later made into the iconic film starring Ingrid Bergman. In the story, the character Bella is made to feel like she is losing her mind by a manipulative husband who feeds her false information. People who are gaslighted doubt their sanity and lose a sense of identity. Here are some primers on gaslighting.
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Spotting the Manipulator

By Claire Jack Ph.D.

How this form of emotional abuse goes straight to your core.
Five Tactics of the Gaslighter

Five Tactics of the Gaslighter

By Ellen Hendriksen, Ph.D.

Gaslighting is a form of manipulation that goes beyond questioning your sanity.
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Denial Is at the Root

By Grant Hilary Brenner MD, FAPA

Catalysts for productively looking inside our own blind spots.
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It’s Not You, It’s Them

By Amanda Rose Ph.D.

Gaslighting and imposter syndrome among women at work.