Recognize the signs of gaslighting, such as feeling confused, doubting yourself, and feeling like you're going crazy.
Document instances of gaslighting, including what was said and when it happened.
Seek support from trusted colleagues, friends, or family members.
Set boundaries with the gaslighter and communicate clearly about what behavior is unacceptable.
Consider speaking with a therapist or counselor to help process the emotional impact of gaslighting.
If necessary, escalate the issue to a supervisor or HR representative.
Remember that gaslighting is not your fault and you deserve to be treated with respect and dignity in the workplace.