Paying for Advice Can Cost You

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Paying for Advice Can Cost You
Never put anyone else's mind above your own: The Buddha. Paid for advice can cost you more than cash

The Division of Advertising Practices protects consumers from unfair or deceptive advertising and marketing practices that raise health and safety concerns, as well as those that cause economic injury. It brings law enforcement actions in federal district court to stop fraudulent advertising practices, coordinates FTC actions with federal and international law enforcement agencies sharing authority over health and safety products and services, and monitors advertising and marketing of alcohol, tobacco, violent entertainment media, and food to children. The Division also brings administrative lawsuits to stop unfair and deceptive advertising.

The legal publisher Nolo posted this statement online in regards to avoiding unlawful advertising:

 

Be truthful about what consumers can expect from your product. Don't say ABC pills will cure headaches if the pills offer only temporary pain relief. Don't claim a rug shampooer is a wizard at removing all kinds of stains when in fact there are some it won't budge

For those who have done Alice's work or any other love guru's program beyond their books and are still "on the market", other material such as The Emotion Code, which discusses how to remove a "Heart Wall" and Let Love In: Open Your Heart and Mind to Attract Your Ideal Partner or Feeling Beautiful Hypnosis by Debi Berndt may be helpful additions to the notion of removing inner blocks to forming a relationshp. An older book called Finding Each Other also touches upon inner clearing of old psychological wounds as key steps to a healthy partnership with someone new that reflects a healthy pattern of interacting. There is also Mindful Loving and Dancing with the Beloved which are filled with exercises that are meant to change thought patterns into ones that support loving relationships both romantic and platonic.