Category: Depression

Gaslighting. Kristin Snowden details how to uncover and overcome emotionally abusive Gaslighting behavior.

Kristin Snowden discusses Gaslighting as a form of relational trauma. Her video hopes to help people identify how this Emotionally Abusive Behavior can be uncovered and overcome.

Long term exposure to relational trauma could lead to the development of Depression, Anxiety Disorders, PTSD and Complex PTSD.

Video is courtesy of the Kristin Snowden YouTube channel

Click on this Link to visit Kristin Snowden’s website.

Yes, this is a long video, but Kristin knows what she is talking about.  I believe it is very informative and well worth watching. Kristin Snowden is an experienced Licensed Therapist.

Kristin Minto Snowden, LMFT 
California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #81413
Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy Treating Addiction Recovery, Relationships, Intimacy, Betrayal Trauma (Infidelity), Divorce Recovery, and Family Issues.

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Narcissistic deficiency dysphoria

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My narcissist ex never, ever had trouble sleeping.

Being quite the complete dysfunctional package, he ticked most of the boxes on the women’s aid page, about types of narcissist (http://www.womensaid.org.uk/messages.asp?topicid=3404&section=00010001000800210001.

He would often tell me things, warning me what he was (card calling narcissist). With him, I’m not sure it was conscious.

Once, he told me a story from when he first started in the army. His commanding officer had remarked on his unusual ability to sleep after the first time engaging in active warfare. The officer said he was the only guy he’d ever witnessed having a full night of peaceful slumber after having done what he had to do.

Never once can I remember him losing any sleep, even though I developed insomnia as I literally felt I was sleeping with the enemy. In fact, he would go through periods of sleeping for nearly days at a time…

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