Allen Carr

Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking

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    subaskarcharles23has quoted3 months ago
    smokers attempt to rationalize why they smoke but all of the reasons we use to justify our smoking are excuses or based on myths, fallacies and illusions.
    subaskarcharles23has quoted3 months ago
    . What does the cigarette really do for me?

    2. Do I really enjoy it?

    3. Do I really need to go through life paying through the nose just to stick these things in my mouth and suffocate myself?
    subaskarcharles23has quoted4 months ago
    The aim of this book is to get you into the frame of mind whereby instead of starting out on your smoke-free life with a feeling of doom, gloom, misery and depression, you can start right away with a feeling of elation, as if you have been cured of a terrible, life-threatening disease.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted4 months ago
    am subject to the normal stress and strains, but it is wonderful to have the confidence and courage to deal with them. And the improved health, energy and freedom make the good times more enjoyable too.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted4 months ago
    t is truly ironic that we look to the cigarette to relax us when in fact it creates the stress in the first place.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    throughout our body without ever once missing a beat.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    it’s a miracle our hearts can stand up to the punishment—being required to pump this ever-thickening gunge
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    smoking thickens the consistency of your blood and that the brownish color was due to the lack of oxygen.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    permanent cough, congestion, frequent asthma and bronchitis attacks
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    unhealthy aversion to exercise
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    deliberately adding impurities that you know will ruin the engine? That is precisely what we do to our bodies when we become smokers.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    don’t like the thought of dirty oil or a dirty oil filter in my car engine. Could you imagine buying a brand new Cadillac and never changing the oil or the oil filter? Or even worse, deliber
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    you possibly conceive of anyone being stupid enough to actually put their mouth over a tailpipe and deliberately inhale those fumes into their lungs? And pay for the privilege?
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    either got away with it or you didn’t. It didn’t even occur to me that I didn’t have to walk through the minefield in the first place.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    money and you could always buy another. Your body is the vehicle that carries you through life. You only get one. It’s a cliché that our health is our most valued asset.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    Just think of it this way. If you had a nice new car and allowed it to rust without bothering to do anything about it, that would be pretty stupid. It wouldn’t be the end of the world though; it is only a question of
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    waking up feeling fully rested and full of energy,
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    It’s like paying an assassin to kill you. Surely that must worry you?”
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    think how you would feel if a check for $50,000 from a competition you’d won were to arrive in the mail. You’d be dancing with delight! So start dancing, because with the decision you have made to escape from the smoking trap, you have just saved yourself $50,000.
    Subaskar Charleshas quoted5 months ago
    Surely that must worry you?”
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