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I love Allan Carr's book. I think it is a great resource to get your head in the right space to quit. Better yet, it is now available for free on pdf. Many people think Allen Carr's Easyway is simply a series of tips to help smokers quit. It normally takes hours for smokers to get free at Allen Carr's clinics. Allen Carr Easy Way to Stop Smoking - Download as PDF File .pdf) or read online.

The second I will he covering later. The first arose from the letters that I have received.

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I give three typical examples: I didn't believe the claims you made and I apologize for doubting you. It was just as easy and enjoyable as you said it would be.

I've given copies of your book to all my smoking friends and relatives, but I can't understand why they don't read it, I was given your book eight years ago by an ex-smoking friend, I've just got around to reading it. My only regret is that I wasted eight years. I know it has only been four days, but I feel so great, I know I'll never need to smoke again. I first started to read your book five years ago, got half-way through and panicked.

I knew that if I went on reading I would have to stop.

Wasn't I silly? No, that particular young lady wasn't silly.

I've referred to a magic button. Let me make it quite clear, EASYWAY isn't magic, but for me and the hundreds of thousands of ex-smokers who have found it so easy and enjoyable to quit.

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This is the warning. We have a chicken and egg situation. Every smoker wants to quit and every smoker can find it easy and enjoyable to quit.

It's only fear that prevents smokers from trying to quit. The greatest gain is to be rid of that fear. But you won't be free of that fear until you complete the book. On the contrary, like the lady in the third example, that fear might increase as you read the book and this might prevent you from finishing it. You didn't decide to fall into the trap, but he clear in your mind, you won't escape from it unless you make a positive decision to do so.

You might already be straining at the leash to quit. If at the end of the book you decide that you wish to continue to smoke, there is nothing to prevent you from doing so. You don't even have to cut down or stop smoking while you are reading the book, and remember, there is no shock treatment. On the contrary, I have only good news for you. Can you imagine how the Count of Monte Cristo felt when he finally escaped from that prison?

That's how I felt when I escaped from the nicotine trap. That's how the millions of ex-smokers who have used my method feel. She thought that I had flipped. Understand able if you consider that she had watched me fail on numerous attempts to quit. The most recent had been two years previously. I'd actually survived six months of sheer purgatory before I finally succumbed and lit a cigarette.

I'm not ashamed to admit that I cried like a baby. I was crying because I knew that I was condemned to he a smoker for life. I'd put so much effort into that attempt and suffered so much misery that I knew I would never have the strength to go through that ordeal again. I'm not a violent man, but if some patronizing non-smoker had been stupid enough at that moment to suggest to me that all smokers can find it easy to quit, immediately and permanently, I would not have been responsible for my actions.

However, I'm convinced that any jury in the world, comprised of smokers only, would have pardoned me on the grounds of justifiable homicide.

Perhaps you too find it impossible to believe that any smoker can find it easy to quit. If so, I beg you not to cast this book into the rubbish bin. Please trus t me.

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I assure you that even you can find it easy to quit. Anyway, there I was two years later, having just extinguished what I knew would be my final cigarette, not only telling my wife that I was already a non-smoker, but that I was going to cure the rest of the world.

I must admit that at the time I found her skepticism somewhat irritating. I've given copies of your book to all my smoking friends and relatives, but I can't understand why they don't read it, I was given your book eight years ago by an ex-smoking friend, I've just got around to reading it. My only regret is that I wasted eight years. I know it has only been four days, but I feel so great, I know I'll never need to smoke again.

I first started to read your book five years ago, got half-way through and panicked. I knew that if I went on reading I would have to stop.

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Wasn't I silly? No, that particular young lady wasn't silly. I've referred to a magic button. Let me make it quite clear, EASYWAY isn't magic, but for me and the hundreds of thousands of ex-smokers who have found it so easy and enjoyable to quit. This is the warning. We have a chicken and egg situation. Every smoker wants to quit and every smoker can find it easy and enjoyable to quit. It's only fear that prevents smokers from trying to quit. The greatest gain is to be rid of that fear.

But you won't be free of that fear until you complete the book. On the contrary, like the lady in the third example, that fear might increase as you read the book and this might prevent you from finishing it. You didn't decide to fall into the trap, but he clear in your mind, you won't escape from it unless you make a positive decision to do so.

You might already be straining at the leash to quit. If at the end of the book you decide that you wish to continue to smoke, there is nothing to prevent you from doing so. You don't even have to cut down or stop smoking while you are reading the book, and remember, there is no shock treatment.

On the contrary, I have only good news for you. Can you imagine how the Count of Monte Cristo felt when he finally escaped from that prison? That's how I felt when I escaped from the nicotine trap.

That's how the millions of ex-smokers who have used my method feel. She thought that I had flipped. Understand able if you consider that she had watched me fail on numerous attempts to quit. The most recent had been two years previously. I'd actually survived six months of sheer purgatory before I finally succumbed and lit a cigarette. I'm not ashamed to admit that I cried like a baby. I was crying because I knew that I was condemned to he a smoker for life. I'd put so much effort into that attempt and suffered so much misery that I knew I would never have the strength to go through that ordeal again.

I'm not a violent man, but if some patronizing non-smoker had been stupid enough at that moment to suggest to me that all smokers can find it easy to quit, immediately and permanently, I would not have been responsible for my actions. However, I'm convinced that any jury in the world, comprised of smokers only, would have pardoned me on the grounds of justifiable homicide.

Perhaps you too find it impossible to believe that any smoker can find it easy to quit. If so, I beg you not to cast this book into the rubbish bin. Please trus t me.

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I assure you that even you can find it easy to quit. Anyway, there I was two years later, having just extinguished what I knew would be my final cigarette, not only telling my wife that I was already a non-smoker, but that I was going to cure the rest of the world. I must admit that at the time I found her skepticism somewhat irritating. However, in no way did it diminish my feeling of exaltation, 1 suppose that my exhilaration in knowing that I was already a happy non-smoker distorted my perspective somewhat.

With the benefit of hindsight, I can sympathize with her attitude, I now understand why Joyce and my close friends and relatives thought I was a candidate for the funny farm. As I look back on my life, it seems that my whole existence has been a preparation for solving the smoking problem. Even those hateful years of training and practicing as a chartered accountant were invaluable in helping me to unravel the mysteries of the smoking trap.

The point is, you have no need to forget. Nothing bad is happening. Something marvelous is taking place. My key take-away is this: So, in short:. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

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Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Would love to hear about key lessons you took away from it. Happy reading! Cigarettes do not fill a void. They create it. AND Remember, that smoker is not enjoying it; it's just that he cannot enjoy himself without it.

AND You have the chance. Try to bear with me,' Most attempts are doomed before they start AND The misery that the smoker is suffering has nothing to do with withdrawal pangs. AND Instead of moping about it, say to yourself, 'I know what it is.

AND It is just one cigarette that gets us started in the first place. The more you worry about trying to forget about smoking , the harder it becomes.

Only the brain craves nicotine. If you do get that feeling of 'I want a cigarette' over the next few days, your brain has a simple choice. It can either interpret that feeling for what it actually is - an empty insecure feeling started by the first cigarette and perpetuated by every subsequent one, and say to yourself: Want to add to the discussion?

Post a comment!At what stage did you decide that you needed cigarettes, not just for social occasions, but that you needed to have them permanently in your presence, and felt insecure, even panic-stricken without them?

Cleverly, readers are encouraged to continue smoking until they reach the very end of the book, by which stage most are relishing the prospect of quitting. Therefore as soon as he stops, he wants a cigarette.

Do not be fooled by the fact that they hate it now. Like every other smoker, you have been lured into the most sinister subtle trap that man and nature have combined to devise. I hope they are useful for people who don't have time to read this amazing book. That's how I felt when I escaped from the nicotine trap.

No need for patches.