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Take a moment to think about how you would feel if you were hypnotized without your knowledge or consent and the perp hypnotherapist just ignored your regular "no."
Keep in mind that its ethics code and yours say that my no means no. Period.
If, once you've thought about how you'd feel, you understand that that's how I feel, and that you should stop the perp hypnotherapist immediately, you've exercised your brain power sufficiently.
If you fail to take the moment to think, or fail to stop the perp hypnotherapist once you've thought, you haven't.
It's that simple, Melissa.
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