It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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I've been hypnotized without my knowledge or consent, and the perp hypnotherapist won't get out of my head. That's a blatant violation of its -- and your -- ethics.
I'd like to live my life more like other people would like for themselves, not like other people can get away with treating me because of the unethical perp hypnotherapist.
Your and its ethics code says I have a right to ask and have my wish simply granted.
If I can't, your ethics code means nothing, and no one should trust a hypnotherapist or psychologist.
That makes you failures, too.
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