Written on: 08/04/2011
I had tried many other methods of quitting. None lasted. I just celebrated 4 years smoke-free and it only took me the two weeks I spent reading Allen Carr's guide for quitting smoking for women. My husband had just left after 32 years. I picked up the book because I felt isolated by my smoking. The book just resonated with my desire to change my life...so, yes, I was motivated. But I had always looked at smoking as my "stress-reliever". Nothing is more stressful than a divorce you don't want yet I was able to quit in the middle of one. And I haven't had one thought about going back to that smoking lifestyle in the last 4 years. Read the book... you have nothing to lose and a whole new life to gain! Thank you Allen Carr.
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