Nedra Glover Tawwab

Therapist PROVES You’re Not CRAZY!! This Is How You Deal with GASLIGHTING | Nedra Glover Tawwab

By August 25, 2021 Women of Impact

Gaslighting is one of those words that once you hear about it, you think to yourself “that’s what I’ve been dealing with all this time!?” When someone is gaslighting you, they are undermining your reality by denying facts and making you think you’re crazy. You find yourself asking questions like: Am I at fault? Did I do something wrong? Am I crazy? Do I need to start recording my conversations? Nedra Glover Tawwab is joining Lisa in this episode to take a deeper dive into manipulation and more specifically, gaslighting. If you’ve been in a relationship where you weren’t even aware that you were being gaslit, or you didn’t have the word to perfectly capture all the craziness and frustration, this is for you! Knowing how to recognize it is the first step in knowing how to respond and avoid being a victim of gaslighting in the future. These are unhealthy relationships to be a part of, getting the knowledge you need so you can apply it in the future is the beginning of stepping into your power.


3 Impactful Ideas from Nedra:

1. It’s completely okay to not be perfect.
2. Arguing is a choice.
3. Conflict is a growth tool.


Check Out Nedra’s 1st Episode, Don’t Be Manipulated:



Gaslighting | Nedra explains why most people don’t realize it’s happening

Apologies | The harm of apologizing when it’s not your fault, not being given apology

Change Behavior | Focus on the behavior first not the origin story, action is a must

Arguing | Nedra breaks down why arguing is a choice, you do not have to engage

Speak Up | Nedra on finding courage to stand your ground and say it’s not your fault

Internal Work | Practicing how to externalize the internal dialogue you should be having

Be Assertive | Nedra explains difference between assertive and aggressive behavior

Behaviors to Stop | Nedra breaks down conflict, the need to be right and denying others

Preferences | Nedra exposes why arguing is usually about preferences


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