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4 Levels of Gaslighting: From Unconscious to Malicious

Can someone “accidentally” make a person feel crazy?

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By Paget Norton

I had always thought gaslighting was this intentionally malicious act where one person is attempting to gain more power while having the victim question their reality. At least, this is what I learned about the term, “gaslight,” which comes…

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