The Book That Helped Me Quit Smoking

This is a story shared by M. Stoffel

Around 80% of quitters try to quit on their own with no help, but research shows that only 3-5% of such quitters will become smoke-free a year later. Most don’t even make it a week. If you knew for a fact that you could find it easy to quit, would you do it? Join the 10M smokers who found quitting easy and enjoyable with a simple, drug-free program.

Allen Carr’s The Easy Way to Stop Smoking, find the book and read it. It works, I know because after smoking for 37 years I read the book and I quit and it was easy. I still think about smoking but do not desire ever again to put the poison into my body. I urge you to read the book. I have nothing to gain by promoting Allen Carr’s book and for the record he died from lung cancer 23 years after he quit but he said he would have been dead much sooner if he had not quit smoking.

For those that are wondering how long it has been since my last cigarette, I quit December 6th 2010 and after one month I gave away 9 cartons of cigarettes which at $56 per carton comes to $504, have I really quit, you bet I have.

I see on this page under Ads Allen Carr’s book, read it and you too can quit easy. I can drink alcohol and be around smokers and it does not bother me except of course the stink that I never noticed so much before LOL.

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4 Responses to “The Book That Helped Me Quit Smoking”

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  1. Tim Scott says:

    I read The easy way 1 1/2 years ago…quit for a little while but now I’m done with all of…I’m 50 and was always athletic but lately I feel 75…I want to feel 40 and get my breath back for my 8yr old boy!

  2. Tim Scott says:

    Ok 70 hrs now …I believe what is hard on me is that I was a fairly regular drinker almost daily and also drank a lot of Starbucks coffee. I quit all of it including sugar and am drinking green tea???

    Still weird ??

  3. Tim Scott says:

    Its 2 am,I have a headache,insomnia, my muscles are twitching and its been 50 hrs since my last cig.
    I feel weird!

  4. Andrew Thalmann says:

    While help from others can certainly help, I found that I was much more successful when only a select few individuals knew I was attempting to stop smoking. To many people simply have no faith that smokers can become non-smokers, and it can be quite discouraging. On top of that, if someone sees you slip up and smoke 1 cigarette, they’ll often make you feel guilty, leading to MORE cigarettes.

    Just my opinion though.

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