Book Review: Overcome Gaslighting

Title: Overcome Gaslighting (How to Recover from Psychological and Emotionally Abusive Relationships at Work and Home)

Author: June Presley



Your nightmare is over. You’ve broken free of that abusive person. But your recovery is just beginning – find out how you can truly flourish.

You’re just too sensitive!

That didn’t happen. You must be imagining things.

I don’t remember saying anything like that. You must have misunderstood me.

The ghost of gaslighting past can linger long after you’ve broken free. A gaslighter’s sneaky and slippery tactics can leave their mark deep within you. Recovery and true self-actualization are absolutely possible, with the right guidance.

This book explores both physiologically and psychologically based therapies to treat both the mind and body. You should have all the options of taking full control of your life.

From ancient Yogic practices to modern Heart Rate Variability training, Overcome Gaslighting overviews the major evidence-based recovery methods to give you the greatest chance at a new and empowered life.

Countless victims, like you, have recovered using the techniques outlined in this book. Many of which are absolutely free and can be started immediately.

You don’t need a therapist, expensive equipment, or drugs to benefit from the science-based techniques within this book. They can be helpful but are by no means mandatory.

This is your life. Live it on your own terms.

Nobody should have control over your emotions and feelings – nobody but you.

In “Overcome Gaslighting” you will discover:

  • Mind and body-based recovery techniques for any personality type
  • Where and how to choose a therapist, should you want to
  • How a simple language based therapy can completely reverse psychological damage in 5 minutes per day
  • The application of mindfulness and meditation for gaslighting victims
  • A science-backed therapy which can help in 84% of cases after only 3 sessions
  • Several techniques which not only aid in abuse recovery but also improve sleep, remove addictions, reduce stress and even schizophrenia
  • Powerful affirmations which can literally rewire your brain for optimal health

and much more.

This may not feel easy right now. And while you have broken free, the trauma still lingers. You are your own person who must fight. Become a warrior, a champion of your own mental health. Gain the tools to finally recover and perhaps even forgive your abuser.

You’ve taken your power back. Now let’s discover just how much you can flourish, together. Just click “Add to cart” and start your journey to truly enjoy being yourself today.

My Review

5/5 Stars

Strong, easy to comprehend guide to recovery for people who have experienced a range of abusive relationships.

The author writes about not only what therapies a person in this situation can do to heal, but also takes the time to remind us that everyone can heal. There is no such thing as “too late” and those who stay in abusive relationships are not weak-minded. Many of them have been so confused by their abusers, that they believe what they’ve been told.

This book is a gentle guide to helping those people undo that and remember who they are. Gaslighting is a bigger and bigger problem in the United States though it’s not commonly talked about. I applaud the author for reaching out to people in these situations.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

Published by Author Kayla Krantz

Proud author responsible for Dead by Morning and The Council, fascinated by the dark and macabre. Stephen King is her all time inspiration mixed in with a little bit of Eminem and some faint remnants of the works of Edgar Allen Poe. When she began writing, she started in horror but it somehow drifted into thriller. She loves the 1988 movie Heathers. She was born and raised in Michigan but traveled across the country to where she currently resides in Texas.

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