12 Mar

Gaslighting is a psychological manipulation technique that is used to make a person question their own sanity. It can be incredibly damaging to the victim's mental health and can lead to anxiety, depression, and even PTSD. Therefore, it is essential to protect yourself from gaslighting. The first step is to recognize the signs of gaslighting. Gaslighters often make you doubt your own perception of reality, and they may use lies, denial, and even projection to convince you that you are the problem. They may also belittle you or make you feel like you are crazy.

To protect yourself from gaslighting, it is crucial to trust your instincts. If something feels off, don't ignore it. Gaslighters often try to make you doubt your intuition, but it is essential to listen to your gut. It is also essential to set boundaries and assert yourself. Gaslighters often try to control their victims, so it is vital to establish healthy boundaries and stand up for yourself. This can be challenging, but it is worth it in the long run.
Another way to protect yourself from gaslighting is to seek support from friends and family. Gaslighters often isolate their victims, so it is essential to reach out to people who care about you.  They can provide you with tools and techniques to cope with gaslighting and help you build your self-esteem. 

Finally, it is essential to educate yourself about gaslighting. The more you know about this manipulation technique, the better prepared you will be to protect yourself. There are many resources available online that can help you learn more about gaslighting and how to recognize it. It is also important to remember that gaslighting is never your fault. You deserve to be treated with respect and kindness, and it is okay to walk away from a situation that is hurting you. By taking these steps, you can protect yourself from gaslighting and live a happier, healthier life. Reach out to me and let me know below.

Raj Montage 

Empath Coach

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