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How to Stop Gaslighting Yourself

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Self gaslighting is a phenomena that you learn from an attachment relationship where someone taught you to constantly question your body, your reactions, and your views on reality.

It is deeply disorienting and leads to painful anxiety and depression.

The process towards learning to trust yourself starts with acknowledging the trauma that came from the relationship (s) where you were mistreated and taught to sacrifice your own needs to please the person gaslighting you.

Then you get to radically shift from always questioning your needs to learning to trust them.

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