Gaslighting: Is it intentional or unintentional?
One of the most common questions we get around gaslighting is, does someone know they are gaslighting? This is a great debate.
In the traditional sense, gaslighting is not about love. It’s about power and control.
A Gaslighter is someone who needs to feel superior and who manipulates people to further their own agendas - when it's intentional.
When gaslighting, the person finds a way to make the victim think they are “crazy” They gradually make you question your reality.
In this episode, Kierstyn and Tiffany discuss:
What is Gaslighting?
How do you feel when you are being gaslighted and recognize it.
What to do if you are being gaslighted.
And is Gaslighting Intentional, or can it be Unintentional? You decide.
Join us for the great debate around Gaslighting and how to navigate it.
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Gaslighting: Intentional or Unintentional?
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