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‘He convinced her she had bipolar’: Gaslighting used in High Court judgment for first time in ‘milestone’ hearing

15th February 2022

The Independent

The term gaslighting has been used in a published High Court judgment in the family courts for the first time ever in a “milestone” hearing.

Gaslighting refers to manipulating someone by making them question their very grasp on reality by forcing them to doubt their memories and pushing a false narrative of events.

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