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5.0 out of 5 stars
1 year and 5 months and still going strong!, 3 Nov. 2004
Tf you need or want to give up smoking then get this book. I would say after reading all the other so-called no smoking books this one was the best and the only one that made me see the light at the end of the tunnel. I'm not saying it was easy but all of the information in this book will be the best ammunition you will ever get in order to firstly understand why you smoke (most smokers don't fully understand why they do it even when they don't really want to) and secondly take comfort that the cravings will eventually go by way of his unique way of portraying the degree of cravings that every smoker gets (wheather she say so or not).
A word of warning though when you do give up, you will need something to replace the endorphine reward of smoking so plan to do something to replace it, be it exercise, beer, sex, rock & roll or whatever!...you WILL miss the endorphine rush of smoking but it can be created by doing other things as simple as holding your breath for as long as you can (which actually worked for me) and I was one of those who was scared of giving up and resigned myself to the fact that I would be a smoker for ever and die of cancer. 17 months later (to the day) I have not had a single fag and I feel and look 10 years younger and my hard ons last longer too!