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Gaslighting has subtle, sanity destroying revenge tactics that will definitly drive your enemies crazy. This one breaks new ground in showing you how to use psychological techniques to vex and disorient a target. However you should be warned that these particular revenge tactics can only be used on some one you have contact with, not the maniac driver who cut you off in traffic. The techniques he explains are versatile, and you can use them against a nasty employer, a "neighbor from hell," or a fellow employee who is the boss's snitch.
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Gaslighting " means to drive someone crazy. It comes from the 1944 film Gaslight, in which a husband convinces his wife she's losing her mind. Gaslighting is the most potent form of psychological warfare you can use without a license. In Gaslighting : How To Drive Your Enemies Crazy, Victor Santoro (The "Godfather of Harassment") shows you how to destroy your target's confidence, self-esteem and reputation
Gaslighting is a type of psychological abuse where somebody uses lies or tricks to make another person doubt their memory and mental health. Victor Santoro (1994). Gaslighting: How to Drive Your Enemies Crazy.
Gaslighting is a type of psychological abuse where somebody uses lies or tricks to make another person doubt their memory and mental health The word "gaslighting" comes from the play by Patrick Hamilton, Gas Light (1938), and its movie adaptations. In those works a character uses many tricks, including turning the gas lamps lower than normal, to convince his spouse that she is crazy.
In Gaslighting : How To Drive Your Enemies Crazy, Victor Santoro (The Godfather of Harassment ) shows you how to destroy. your target’s confidence, self-esteem and reputation. Through a series of small incidents, your target gets progressively. Some of the tactics covered include: Collecting information on your target Preparing for a gaslighting attack Creating tension, anxiety and sleeplessness Messing with your target’s car, telephone and mail Gaslighting at your target’s workplace and home Turning neighbors and co-workers against the target Covering your tracks And much more.
Gaslighting is an insidious form of abuse causing the victim to doubt their own perceptions, judgment and memories
Gaslighting is an insidious form of abuse causing the victim to doubt their own perceptions, judgment and memories. It is the invalidation of another human being, which can include rewriting history. Victor Santoro, in Gaslighting: How to Drive your Enemies Crazy, states: "A systematic array of techniques that destroy your target's mental equilibrium, self-confidence, and self-esteem, and is designed to drive your target nuts. Gaslighting is NOT conventional harassment or physical destruction, but highly refined and subtle psychological warfare.