Ideal for listening to in the car or whilst traveling, this is a new, unabridged audio edition of the globally best-selling book, The Easy Way for Women to Stop Smoking.
The Easyway method is as successful for women as it is for men, but many of the issues are perceived differently by women - as their questions in Easyway sessions reveal – and particular difficulties face women who want to quit the habit. This audiobook examines these differences and difficulties - engaging the listener in a personal consultation - and offers specific, targeted advice on how to resolve them.
Listen to The Easy Way for Women to Stop Smoking and become a happy nonsmoker for the rest of your life.
©2013 Allen Carr's Easyway (International) Ltd. (P)2013 Arcturus
"If you are one of those folks single-handedly keeping your local tobacconist in business, but want to ditch the demon weed, this is for you!" (OK! Magazine)
"Instantly I was freed from my addiction. I found it not only easy but unbelievably enjoyable to stay stopped." (Sir Anthony Hopkins)
"Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking program achieved for me a thing that I thought was not possible - to give up a 30-year smoking habit literally overnight. It was nothing short of a miracle." (Anjelica Huston)
It feels good that a person could be so supportive of the differences for men and women's addictions. I have been struggling with my smoking addiction for years. It wasn't because of anyone elses judgements or reactions to me being a smoker. I just hated that something could be in control of my life and I wasn't able to have the ability to take it or leave it. It was very frustrating that this was the one area of my life I didn't feel strong.
When I realized that I could stop smoking cold turkey and just be done with out any issues and with out having to replace the nicotine and deal with that addiction after the habit of smoking. I was not looking foreward to a long drawn out with drawl cycle. Put them down, about 5 days of mild discomfort, and I am done!
When he talks about the different stresses placed on women that are not the same for men. How those stresses work in our addiction cycles. Then how our addictions are connected to our emotions not just a pure physical habit which is why it tends to be more difficult for us to let go.
The most shocking comment, which he did back up, was that smoker's tend to actually be the alpha's in our culture. It made perfect sense and it sort of helped with some self esteem surrounding this issue for me.
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