The Gaslight Effect by Dr. Robin Stern

The Gaslight Effect by Dr. Robin Stern

Author:Dr. Robin Stern [Stern, Dr. Robin]
Language: eng
Format: epub
ISBN: 978-0-7679-2782-6
Publisher: Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony
Published: 2007-12-16T05:00:00+00:00

Katie doesn’t yet know what impact her new behavior will have on Brian. And at first, frankly, she feels worse about what she’s done than she ever did about staying in the argument. She feels guilty for hurting Brian, worried about what he’ll do, sorry for his pain, and desperate to rush back to him and get him to tell her that he still loves her and will forgive her for being so hard on him.

A few hours later, though, Katie starts to feel something different. Now that the smoke has cleared, she begins to feel a little stronger and a little more sure of herself. She isn’t looking forward to repeating the scene she’s just played. But she knows that if Brian keeps insulting her and accusing her of flirting, she’ll have to go through this new approach several more times at least. She’s not happy about that, but she does feel more self-confident. The insults didn’t go in so deeply this time. They didn’t totally destroy her sense of herself as a good person. She could begin to see that Brian’s unreasonable response didn’t mean she was bad. It just meant Brian was unreasonable. She’s also curious: Will this make a difference in her relationship?


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