The Little Book of Quitting by Allen Carr

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Allen Carr’s international bellseller, The Easy Way to Stop Smoking, has sold more than six million copies worldwide and helped to turn countless smokers into nonsmokers.

     The Little Book of Quitting crystallizes 120 key points of the Easyway™ method in a concise and readily accessible format. Carr’s method can enable any smoker to quit easily, painlessly, and permanently without needing willpower, suffering withdrawal pangs, feeling deprived, or gaining weight. This is the perfect pocket refresher for those already applying Allen Carr’s method, and a great starting point for all those who want to quit the Easyway™.

 

Allen Carr discovered the Easyway™ to stop smoking in 1983—after his three-decade-long, 100-cigarette-a-day addiction had driven him to despair. First published in 1985, The Easy Way to Stop Smoking has sold over six million copies worldwide and has been translated into more than twenty languages. In addition to his books, Allen has established the Allen Carr clinics, now operating in countries around the world.

 

About Allen Carr

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Allen Carr was a chain-smoker for over thirty years. In 1983, after countless miserable attempts to quit, he discovered what every smoker dreams of: an easy way to stop smoking. Today, Allen Carr's method is taught in over 150 cities and his books have topped bestseller lists in nine countries. Carr's Easyway method has the highest success rate of any clinically evaluated method. An estimated 10m smokers have quit using his simple, drug-free approach.
 
Published December 20, 2005 by Sterling. 128 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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