Certified Hypnotherapist (like I am, just I have other initials additionally), Debra Berndt, provides practical self-hypnosis exercises and tools targeted to women to find “Mr. Right” which really delivers. While Debra writes most of the book to straight, single women, if you’re a single straight man, or a LGBT single, keep an open mind about reading her excellent book. Just mentally translate a few of the words and her insights combined with practical tools from hypnosis can indeed work for you as well.
Interwoven throughout Let Love In Debra Berndt, CHt reminds her readers that what you are looking for is a “healthy relationship” and that “you choose,” so her book really is useful and insightful in how it is beneficial for any single person – man or woman. I appreciate her emphasis on a “healthy relationship” and not some fantasy relationship with a fantasy guy. Which always sound so great to us ladies in our early 30s as the biological clock goes into warp drive and that core driver becomes urgently pressing, but in reality would become tedious.
All through Let Love In Debra Berndt, CHt provides insights both into some of our core beliefs and our mindset which could be holding singles back from finding the love relationship they desire. And she combines those with Self-Hypnosis scripts which you can use for each of the exercises.
She offers an abundance of Self-Hypnosis practical tools. There is nothing stingy about how much she shares and gives in her book!
All throughout the book, Berndt additionally interweaves her own engaging and amusing tales of singledom which she attests lasted into her 40s as well as those of clients, demonstrating a variety of mental stumbling blocks and life experiences so we could all relate and also be inspired to make the changes we want in our lives.
I found myself laughing out loud at some of her stories, absolutely remembering what it was like to think and feel as she cited from example of single women in their late 20s and early 30s, worried, that THIS partner, if it didn’t work out, “was her last chance!” Since I got married in my mid-30s, I think more single ladies will relate to that story more so than the single men, but still, much of the book proves quite useful for men as well as the single ladies.
Her writing and stories are so true to life, the emotions, thoughts and feelings, which Debra discusses and provides practical tools for helping to identify, surface, and address.
When you are ready for love, a genuinely motivated single, and truly seeking a lasting love relationship, Debra Berndt’s Let Love In needs to be part of your toolkit to use for you to find that kind of love for you!
Happy Dating and Relationships,