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The Gaslighting Recovery Workbook: Healing From Emotional Abuse
Amy Marlow-MaCoy
Rockridge Press / Callisto Media / Softcover / 2020-02-01 / 1646112695
Trauma (Self-Help)
price: $22.99
192 pages
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Healing from gaslighting starts with understanding it

Gaslighting is the practice of psychologically manipulating someone into questioning their own sanity—and if you are reading this, you may be all-too familiar with this form of emotional abuse. The Gaslighting Recovery Workbook is a uniquely interactive method of rebuilding your self-esteem and allowing yourself to heal from an abusive relationship.

Through a process of explanation, advice, positive affirmations, daily logs, visualizations, and a journal-style workbook approach, you’ll understand gaslighting, the stages of recovery, and how to heal and move forward. It contains the most effective, evidence-based strategies for conquering gaslighting at work, with friends and family, and partners.

Recovery from gaslighting involves:

• Profile the abuser—Identifying and understanding abusive personality disorders is essential to the recovery process.
• You can do it—Grow through a positive and actionable approach filled with exercises that provide relief and recovery from abuse.
• Well thought out—Interactive exercises encourage thoughtful and comprehensive introspection, including a ‘letter of commitment’ to yourself.

The Gaslighting Recovery Workbook is a thoughtful and comprehensive source of information for anyone who has been a victim of this form of abuse.

About the Author:

Amy Marlow-MaCoy is a licensed professional counselor who writes about the hard things in life: emotional abuse, relationships, and healing. Amy draws from her experience as a therapist specializing in supporting survivors of narcissistic abuse to help individuals heal and recover from gaslighting in relationships.

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