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I'm fortunate enough to get a sneak peek at Erika Flint's newest book "Can You Be A Hypnotist" and she mentions Ruthless Compassion and it struck a chord in me. How many of us have used- or needed!- tough love? That unvarnished, real love where the truth is both harsh and necessary?

I know I have.

In our advanced hypnosis training we practiced how to apply that ruthless compassion to ourselves and our clients to foster real, lasting change.

I'm not going to lie- there were lots of tears and the work is HARD. It is also WORTH THE EFFORT!

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