If you suspect that you are being gaslit, it's important to trust your own perceptions and seek support from a trusted friend or mental health professional.
When responding to gaslighting, it's important to set boundaries and communicate clearly with the abuser.
It's also important to prioritize self-care and take steps to protect your mental health.
Remember that gaslighting is a form of abuse and it's not your fault. You deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.