No, I'm not talking about quitting the "Will Power" method. Don't get me wrong -- some who turn to will power, do quit. Many of them end up feeling miserable and continue their "will power" struggle after they've quit, to keep those darn cigarettes away. Is there a better way?
One thing you could do is to turn to Allen Carr's book, "The Easy Way To Stop Smoking." The book claims that 'his revolutionary method has helped millions of people around the world to kick the habit for good."
The method claims that:
- You will not need willpower
- You will not gain weight
- You will not feel deprived
- You will need no gimmicks, shocks, or substitutes
- You will not suffer serious withdrawal pangs
The book is roughly 200 pages and is a breeze to read. It is divided into short chapters with lots of repetition to drive the ideas home and make it for an easy process. The author demystifies the source of the struggles people face when trying to quit and maps out a simple and clear action plan. The basic premise is that what keeps people smoking is the fear that life would never be quite as enjoyable without cigarettes and the fear of feeling deprived. The promise Allen Carr makes is that by the time you've finished reading the book, you'll be a happy non-smoker and realize that life is infinitely more enjoyable without them in many ways!
Isn't your freedom worth the price of the book?
There are two versions of the book on the market. Yes, women have their own book too!
To make this an absolutely free idea, borrow a copy of the book from your local library and surprise yourself!
We'd love to hear how you've done. Once you've read "The Easy Way to Quit Smoking," do share your experiences and help inspire others.
P.S. How did Allen Carr finally kicked his habit after years of struggle?
He went to the hypnotist! After the hypnosis session he got so baffled at the fact how easy it was to quit where everything else he had tried in the past failed, that he got inspired to write this book to help others. He never looked back again!