You‘re Not Crazy, You‘re Being Gaslighted

About this episode

‘Gaslighting’ is a term widely used–and unfortunately, also highly visible– in our society today. It is a form of psychological abuse wherein the abuser causes the victim to question his/her sanity, memories, or perception of reality. But where did the term originate? Listen in as Candy and Ashley not only share how the 1938 play “Gas Light” (also known as “Angel Street”) by Patrick Hamilton gave rise to the popular term, but also warning signs to look for if you suspect you’re being gaslighted, and possible steps you might take to gather proof. 

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