Stop Smoking: The Ultimate Guide for Stop Smoking Tips, Stop Smoking Hypnosis, Stop Smoking Benefits, Stop Smoking Help and Ways to Stop Smoking

Stop Smoking: The Ultimate Guide for Stop Smoking Tips, Stop Smoking Hypnosis, Stop Smoking Benefits, Stop Smoking Help and Ways to Stop Smoking

by Camille Flores

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Overview

Among the most exclusive ebooks on smoking this book gives you surefire tactics to stop smoking, arms you with stop smoking tips, stop smoking hypnosis,stop smoking benefits, stop smoking help and little known ways to stop smoking.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016724379
Publisher: JDSims Publishing
Publication date: 04/22/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 224 KB

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Stop Smoking: The Ultimate Guide for Stop Smoking Tips, Stop Smoking Hypnosis, Stop Smoking Benefits, Stop Smoking Help and Ways to Stop Smoking 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RonaldD More than 1 year ago
I quit after 40 years of smoking at least one pack a day, and it was just as easy as the author said it would be. I think the key is to give in and accept what the author is telling you. I didn't think I was ready to quit. I thought I enjoyed smoking, and some days, a cigarette was my only incentive to get out of bed. I had bought the book on a whim, for some day far off in the future when I'd be "ready" to quit. I had bought a carton of cigarettes on Saturday, and then on Sunday I was bored and decided to read the book. Had my last cigarette before I was halfway through. Next morning at work, a friend asked me if I was ready to go outside for a smoke break and I said "Well, I don't smoke anymore, but I'll go outside with you." No withdrawal pangs, just a feeling of relief that I didn't have to smoke any more, and that it wasn't going to be hard at all. All the smoking triggers that I worried about -- car trips, after meals, phone calls, stressful times at work or at home, leaving work and lighting up, having a beer at the bar -- none of those things triggered the urge. The urge is gone.