Gaslighting is saying something and un-saying it at the same time.

Gaslighting is “I didn’t hurt your feelings when I spent your birthday with a hooker in Vegas, you just have impossible standards.”

“I’m not a liar because you just caught me in a lie. I just made a series of statements you interpreted to be lies because you live in a world of tangible evidence and continuity.  You have trust issues.”

“I don’t understand why you’re mad that I heard you having an asthma attack and pretended to sleep through it on the couch.”

“If you could do anything right the first time I wouldn’t have to yell.”

“Just because I had my hand on her ass doesn’t mean I’m cheating, you’re just a jealous person.”

“Even though you are begging me not to do it, I am going to do it for your own good.”

“It’s not my fault you got angry when I spit into your mother’s open casket.”

“You never told me not to yell at you.”

“I didn’t do that, I didn’t think that, I didn’t say that.

You didn’t do that, you didn’t think that, you didn’t say that.”

“You’re not hurt, you’re just crazy.”

“You’re not unhappy, you’re just crazy.”

“You’re not crazy, you’re just a terrible person who feels sorry for themselves.”

“The last thing I want to do is hurt you, why do you make me do it?”

“Your unhappiness disgusts me. Look how much I have to put up with.”

“Why are you so insecure?”

“Why would you think I don’t love you?”

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