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Brittany Newman said,
I have been a non-smoker for 10 days. Those first few days were not easy-but Easyway gave me the tools to make being a non-smoker for life EASY. I was a smoker for 16 years and have attempted to stop multiple times with multiple NRT’s. The book, ‘The Easyway to Quit Smoking for Women” really changed my perspective on smoking, helped me to understand the addiction, and greatly changed my thinking process during the initial withdraw and subsequent cravings. I have never felt so equipped during the quitting process. Thank you so much to all who contributed to this book! $7.00 well spent plus it is such an easy read! Thanks again!
I’ve just finished the book smoked my last cigarette in the pack and I know this is the right thing. I feel scared, excited, stupid for wasting all these years addicted. Hoping the monster will go and I thank those who have posted below for making me know I’m not alone on this journey to freedom.
Today I’m only 2 months away from having been a non smoker for 1 whole year. I couldn’t be happier!!
I went to the clinic in Raynes Park on the 9th August 2014. The lady was Colleen and she was amazing: funny, personable and very professional.
My experience there was great but I can’t deny that I was scared, sceptical and very apprehensive about what my life would be without cigarettes.
That night I had a really bad night, waking up every hour and feeling a big sense of loss. Very strange and vivid experience. The next morning though, I woke up with absolutely no desire to smoke and I haven’t had any since.
This method works, don’t ever give up on yourself. People will respond to different media so find the one that actually get through to you but in the end I think that Allen Carr the easy way is the best method ever!! I have tried a few.
I can only highly recommend it.
After my visit to the clinic I had a work trip, a holiday, parents visiting, stress and the usual events that would normally have made me want a cigarette. NEVER AGAIN!!!.
As an anecdote,about 1 month ago, I met one guy that was at the same session as me and he too has never smoked again! We hugged each other in delight and happiness!
If you hesitate, don’t, it’s the best thing you will ever do.
I don’t see any testimonials to the Stop Drinking Now method, but that’s what I’m here to thank Allen Carr for. I have been a happy nondrinker for almost 6 weeks now. I have gone through several social situations without even the desire to have a drink. The Allen Carr method opened my eyes, and gave me my life back. Thank you!
I read your book on a whim and finished in two days! I honestly felt really apprehensive about trying to quit again, but I smoked my final cigarette on 6/1/15 at 9:26pm and I feel pretty damn good about it so far! I keep telling myself that I’m a non-smoker and non-smoker’s have no desire to smoke. I’d been smoking since age 15, I’m now 34.
Regardless, this book is really amazing, it applies to anything we do in life and I’m really glad to have read it. Thank you for the opportunity! I fully intend to continue on being a happy, healthy, non-smoker.
Three weeks ago, I was gifted a copy of your book for the third time. Two other friends who were successful with your method had given me their copy, but I was afraid to read them, so they sat on my shelf for years. I took the third gift as a sign, given to me by a friend who’s entire workplace had quit together using your method. I read it in one day, and have been a non smoker for five days now. You’re right, it’s ridiculously easy! I’m 30 years old,and have been a pack a day smoker for 16 years. I had been convinced that I just didn’t have it in me to stop, and that I was doomed to develop a horrible disease and die from my pathetic addiction. Not only do I feel physically better, but the self loathing I’ve been burdened with for years is also lifting. I know that I’ll never smoke again. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us. I’ve passed along all three copies of your book to loved ones.
With love and gratitude,
mary-anne rawson said,
hi I read the easyway book 31/10/2006. I haven’t had a smoke since and am very proud of myself as I didn’t think I could stop smoking before I read the book. I am from hervey bay in queensland Australia. I felt like I had never smoked from the minute I put out my last cigarette. it was quite a strange feeling. I have just finished the easyway to enjoy flying and will be going on my first plane trip since very soon so I am looking forward to it now. I have just found easyway to stop worrying. wish I had found that years ago so that is my next goal. thankyou allen and team. I couldn’t have done it without you. xx 1/6/2015
I heard of the allen carr books from my auntie in Scotland who had to give up. I thought if it helped her, which it did, then it will help me.
tom donovan said,
Amazing method, withdrawal symptoms barely noticeable.4 weeks today and I’ve had my eureka moment. Thanks to sam b at Raynes Park mwaaaaah your the best
YIPPEE! I’M A NON-SMOKER
I am grateful to mention that I have finished reading the Easy Way and that I have finally smoked my last cigarette EVER!
I have made the vow to never again smoke anything or intake any nicotine based products.
Thank you very much,
SC Leicester said,
I attended a seminar on 3rd January this year and so far after 4 months I have not had any alcohol since. Cris lead the session and encouraged people in a non-judgemental way. I was optimistic but not convinced I would manage to give up but it has been easier than I anticipated. I won’t say I never think about a glass of wine but I can quite easily remind myself that it doesn’t do any of the things that the advertising suggests and won’t make me more confident, less stressed or give me a better day! Thank you for the seminar and support when I attended the half day follow up it has made a huge difference to how I feel about myself
Just wanted to send an email to say thank you very much! I’ve just reached 3 months without smoking at all. To be honest I’m completely astonished as even towards the end of your course I still didn’t believe it was going to work. I’m not sure what you did but whatever it was has worked a treat. It’s not often I send an email like this but I find we’re often too quick to complain about something but slow to give credit where it is due and I think credit is definitely due.
I’ve recommended your course to anyone I know who smokes and that will listen to me!
I can’t remember her name but the lady who took my session in Southampton was fantastic too.
So once again thanks for the help in giving up, I didn’t think I was ever going to do it.
Keep up the good work!
Ivana Milanov said,
I’ve just extinguished my final cigarette! THANK YOU
eve moore said,
just felt i had to write and let you know i managed after years of struggling to give up the cigs. i read allen carr easyway and haven’t had a cig for 8months.i can’t thank you enough. its fantastic to be able to go out and be stress free. my non smoking money at the moment stands at £1050 and counting!!!
i can’t believe it was so easy with your method as i have failed afew attempts in the past.
i would recommend anyone trying to give up to go out and BUY THE BOOK and get encouragement from the u tube from mr carr.
thankyou thankyou thankyou!!!!!!!!!
YIPPEE! I’M A NON-SMOKER
I can not believe how easy it was to become a non-smoker! Why did I wait so long? Well, I know why. I hadn’t heard of your book until 2 weeks ago, when a friend of mine, who used to smoke, told me about it.From about 2 thirds of the way through the book I was desperate to get to the end so I could stop smoking. The last cigarette was disgusting and I only managed to take about 2 puffs of it.
I can not thank you enough. It is now as if I have forgotten I ever smoked.
I don’t miss anything about it. I can be around people smoking and it doesn’t bother me at all.
The main reason I wanted to stop was because I realised that whenever I laughed, I would cough. As a result, I stopped laughing. I would chuckle or have a little giggle, but always held back from that proper throw your head back laugh.
Tonight I have been out with friends and have not laughed so much in years!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I attended your clinic in Southampton on 22/05/2015 with an open mind but sceptical as to how it would work. Well it has. I haven’t touched or wanted to touch a cigarette since. (the tobacco I had left is still in the house because I can’t bring myself to throw it away – i’m going to give it to someone who will use it but I don’t want it.) The work you do is amazing. I have recommended you to 2 people already!
I couldn’t say this in the session but for me this was a double whammy because I have also given up cannabis – having Smoked this also on a daily basis for many years. That part feels slightly harder because of the complete change of lifestyle / routine, but i believe I can do this and I don’t think i would ever have felt so positive before attending.
You have changed my life and I still cry just saying that. My daughter is so proud of me and she is reading the health benefits with me on the hand out you gave me. She now knows that i have cut the risk of heart attack (this is how my father passed away last year) and is very pleased about that as she had asked me on more than one occasion if I would die the same way as grandad – something that hurt every time she asked because I knew I was at risk.
Thank you for giving me back my life!
Btw if the lady Sarah who also attended that course ever gets on touch, please tell her I’m thinking of her. I didn’t take her contact details but wish I had.
Thank you again – you are an inspiration.
Aly Trenholme said,
I attended the EasyWay clinic just over 4 weeks ago and I can honestly say it was the best thing I have ever done for myself as smoking was the worst thing I have ever done to myself! I cannot describe the feeling of freedom that I am experiencing. The fact that I have my self esteem back, increasingly improved health ( I’m visiting the gym again!) extra cash in my pocket, not to mention the feeling of relief from my loved ones knowing that I’m probably going to be around longer now, – is indescribable. Thank you to all at EasyWay, the team was marvelous but an especially big thank you to Emma the therapist who has helped turn my life around. To anyone that is struggling to come to terms as to whether to quit smoking, my advice is to just book yourself onto the course and DO IT – it will be the best decision you will have ever made !
Aidan (27) Western Australia.
Now non smoker for over a year. Actually cant believe i ever smoked now.
I read your control your alcohol book a few months ago too, instant change yet again.
The amount i keep in my pocket on a night out now, crazy small!
And just recently, the book about weight control (not that i thought i was over weight, more curious) Again instant and massive change, dropped over 6 kg i didn’t know i was carrying, without trying and feel so much better about life in general!
I recon that i have probably added close to 20 years of good living to my life, perhaps more, thanks to you, cheers doesn’t even start to cover it.
I have put my girl on to your books too and her family have started to take to them as well.
Connie M. said,
My 28 year old daughter bought me Allen Carr’s easy way to stop smoking since she had read it and quit herself.
I have smoked off and on for over 30 years. I’d quit, start, quit, start. I am now 58, a female and every time I would get a cold it would go right to my lungs. I also had an awful cough. I did not think I could quit smoking but I told my daughter I would give it a shot.
I was hesitant at first, and then less than halway through the book, I knew I was quiting. It changed my entire way of thinking in regards to quiting this nasty thing called smoking. So I set my date, went past it. I wasn’t finished the book (I drug it out on purpose)
I started thinking well, I am to stressed now. Going through a divorce, taking a new job…… I thought well let me try now and if it works it will prove that you can do this under extreme stress.
I picked my quit day and stuck to it. Different than my daughter who quit and never looked back, I carried my book around with me for the first 3 days of quiting. I picked my quit day so I knew I would be home so I could do this. Every time I thought I missed smoking I started reading the book again and going over certain points. I must have read this entire book 3 times but I DID QUIT SMOKING and stuck to quiting. After 3 days I just felt like I was forgetting to do something. Yes, I was forgetting to poison myself. The book reminded me to-not think of it as losing something but by gaining so much as far as health, finances, and freedom from the addiction .
I could not believe it was this easy to quit. I wish I would have done this many years ago however the brainwashing does make people think differently. NOT THIS TIME, I am free from smoking and so happy. My cough is gone, most of my allergies are gone and I literally feel years younger. I have more energy, I look and feel a million times better. What is so wonderful is my life is not controlled by when I can feed my addiction on a regular schedule. I am FREE!! THANK YOU ALLEN CARR!! This book is awesome!! If my daughter and I quit, anyone can if they really want to.
Colleen Blagg, Usa said,
THANK YOU! I have already convinced 4 people to try this book and all have passed the two month mark. Just posted this message to facebook：
Over the holidays my father asked me if I would quit smoking if he quit smoking. I said that was not something I would be willing to agree to because it would link my path to health with another person’s path. I have since quit smoking and will never have another cigarette for as long as I live. Even if I am diagnosed with a terminal illness or find out a meteor is going to hit the planet with no hope of survival, I will not light up again. I do not miss them and I do not want them.
I smoked cigarettes from the age of 11 to the age of 29. I never thought that I would become a pack/day smoker in the early years. I justified lighting up day after day by telling myself that I would quit smoking soon, even tomorrow. I have never bought more than one pack at a time, even though buying cartons is more economical. Every morning I woke up and hoped that I wouldn’t feel the need to smoke. Every morning I would wake up and wish that I had never had the first cigarette. Every morning I would convince myself that I needed a cigarette to get through the day. Every morning I looked at the cigarette I had just lit and thought to myself, “is this the cigarette that gives me cancer?” Then, I looked at examples of other smokers who had not succumbed to smoking related illnesses as proof that I could be one of the lucky ones who “enjoyed” cigarettes without negative consequences. Those examples included everyone from the octogenarians at the assisted living facility I worked at to my own father, who has smoked at least a pack every day of my life.I was afraid. I did not want to let go of my precious cigarettes. They helped me to stay calm, focused, relaxed, confident, etc. if I had a bad moment at work, I went for a cig break. Anxious-cig break. Upset-cig break. Happy- cig break to celebrate! I tended to relieve my withdrawal pangs at times of stress, boredom, concentration, relaxation, et al. Of course I felt better when I smoked a cigarette; all I had done is to relieve the stress and discomfort caused by withdrawing from the previous cigarette.
Cigarettes are both a disease and its antidote. Essentially, each cigarette you smoke forces you to smoke the next cigarette to relieve the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. Cigarette smokers are just like heroin addicts in a way. The sad thing about cigarettes is that we pay ridiculous amounts of money for them and don’t even get high. We only maintain a state of calm before the storm. If we miss a hit (cigarette break), we become monsters. If we smoke them, we don’t have a feeling of euphoria, only a feeling of normalcy. If we choose to quit engaging in the cycle, we must fear the dreaded nicotine withdrawal that keep smokers from even thinking about quitting. We have all heard the following： Nicotine is as addictive as heroin.
Yes. It is addictive. But the good news is, nicotine has a very short half life in our bodies, unlike heroin. If you are a smoker, you withdraw from 97% of your nicotine addiction within 8 hours of smoking your last cigarette. You SLEEP through nicotine withdrawal every night without knowing it. Don’t believe the hype the media and medical establishment feeds you. You can quit smoking if you want to; it is all a matter of perspective.
I can’t type the cure to your addiction on Facebook. But you can buy the cure and read it.
I was able to overcome my nicotine addiction by reading Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking.
It is not a gimmick. If you have half a brain this will appeal to you. Read it. It is not going to kill you. Worst case scenario, you are instructed to smoke while reading the book and no one is going to stop you from smoking after you read the book. It either helps you quit or it doesn’t. You are not having to take patches, gum, or pills that hurt your system. This book costs ten dollars on Amazon. Two tears in a bucket…
mr collin symonds said,
read book 14 05 2006 never smoked since
had been 40 a day addict for 28 years
its never too late |||||
Tracy G. said,
oday is Saturday May 16th, three (3) days before my 51st birthday, and I have been smoke-free since Sunday April 14th. I am so grateful for this book. A “smoking” co-worked told me about the book a year ago as we stood outside, in the freezing cold, discussing ways to quit smoking. She mentioned that a friend of hers read the book, “while she smoked” and quit after finishing the book. I didn’t believe her, but downloaded the book on my smartphone. I started and stopped reading it several times, all the while feeling helpless like I was never going to be able to end the habit, I mean addiction. I spent more and more money on cigarettes and felt like they truly controlled me. The sad part is that three years earlier, I had been a non-smoker for 15 years. I stopped smoking years ago and fell into the “one cigarette won’t hurt mentality” during a get together with friends I don’t regularly associate with. So, this is my second but last relationship with nicotine addiction. I am truly a person that tested myself and thought I could handle it — and couldn’t.
As for Allen Carr, his book is better than the nicotine gum and nicotine inhaler the doctor prescribed to me to assist in quitting smoking. Although I purchased the gum and filled the costly prescription of nicotrol inhalers, I realized during my first week or two of not smoking that using these replacements was not going to help rid my addiction to nicotine. That’s the drug I’m trying to break free from.
I plan to keep my copy of the book handy and have referred to it over the last few weeks. It’s a great resource. Thank you again, Allen Carr — for sharing your journey and insight into breaking this addiction forever. God Bless You!!!!
I am a non-smoker for life thanks to Allen Carrs easyway to stop smoking. I didnt realise how easy it could be and I feel overwhelmed with gratitude. After many failed attempts to stop its hard for me to accept that I am finally a non-smoker for life. I read the illustrated guide to stop smoking and this helped me to open my mind and see what was really going on. I had been trying to understand how smokers could never have enjoyed a single cigarette they have smoked and now I fully understand why this is true although at first it was so hard for me to understand. And the truth of it is so beautiful. I am over the moon my mind has been blown open and I feel like I am free!! I feel with 100% certainty that I will never smoke again and I am still amazed at the simplicity of this method and how easy it is to stop smoking. I am forever greatful.
I now want to help others become non-smokers and I want more people including organisations that run the wrong stop smoking programmes. I also want to write to an MP. Every smoker should read this book. Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou, thankyou, thankyou, thankyou………”
Well I just can not believe how easy it has been to stop smoking. I just could not put the book down. All the way through there were comments which explained exactly how I was feeling and why I had failed before. I have wanted to stop for so long and the book removed all of the fear. This is my 5th day of being a non smoker after 30 years of smoking and I know I will not put another cigarette in my mouth. I am so excited for my future now. Thank You Allen Carr, AMAZING ! Elizabeth from Birmingham UK
What a revelation. Each time I’ve tried to quit in the past, I failed miserably. After reading Finally Free! (Easyway for Women), I confirm that I am a happy non-smoker. I have more time to do the things I love without being interrupted by the need to smoke. Thanks so much! (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
saved my life
fixed my life
changed my life
cleaned my life
helped my life
reset-ted my life
relaxed my life
respected my life
protected my life
im alive like never before !
read the book – listened to the audio until I was brainwashed by myself.
it worked flawlessly
I quit @ 8.8.13, and will never go back.
since then :
- lost 60 pounds of fat – gained 10 of muscle
- gone vegan
- started running barefoot, completed 4 half marathons.
- enjoyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing life !
s a l u t e
Today is the two week mark for me. I know I will never smoke again and I am so happy about it. It hasn’t been 100% easy, but I really feel amazing almost all the time. Thank You!!!!!!!
Horay , I am non Smoker after 15 years !
Best wishes !
My name is Jennifer and I live in Ohio. I’ve been a regular smoker since I was 15 years old. I’m about to turn 32 in a couple of weeks. I have tried a few different ways to try to quit smoking. The most recent was through the Ohio quit line. They sent me patches and I made it about 2 weeks. I was so motivated at first and then not at all. The patches made me ill after a while and I tried cutting them in half nothing worked. I ended up right back to smoking. Skip forward 6 months. I got a positive pregnancy test! I knew I just knew I had to quit. But had no idea how. This will be my 5th pregnancy with 1 living child with no reasons why. This was extremely important! I googled until I couldn’t see anymore just when I was about to give up I found your book. I honestly thought how silly.. but I read it anyway. A week after reading I knew it was silly and I was still smoking. I read it again. The day after I finished I woke up with 3 cigarettes left. When I got to the last one.. my ash tray was full, it was gross, it smelled, and I just felt like this is it… I do NOT want to do this anymore! I had none of my typical panic anxiety attacks which got really bad in previous attempts. I was just done. It was like I had never smoked before. It was normal. I didn’t even say anything to anyone I just stopped. Soon people just noticed. I went to my first doctors appt and was able to tell them I had not smoked in 2 weeks and they marked me as an ex smoker. We heard a heart beat which had not happened with the previous 2. It’s been a month since I quit and my pregnancy is progressing well. I feel like I owe you so much!! Clearly it can’t be proven that my quitting helped my pregnancy but I absolutely feel like there would have been the same results had I not quit. Thank you soooo much!
Nicola Carter said,
I thought I would never be free, it’s something i do and have done for as long as I remember. And it’s just unfortunate that I continue to do it all day everyday and always will. Is what I thought I would have to suffer for starting it off so young ! my whole life depended on it! Working like a truper to pay for it ! Never having luxurys I e perfume new clothes salmon for my supper ! Fags smoking always come first Well known for carrying my packet and a spare in my bag sure to never run out ! I’m so happy I’m so very proud of my self ! I thought my night mare would never end ! I thank Mr Allen Carr for removing my brain washed mind for 20 years putting it all in to prospctive . What a realisation and wake up call iv had and Easyer than I ever thought possible xxx I feel amazing in every way xxx Nicola from Folkestone in Kent
I left a message here several times so others could use either a book or cd. It is easy and it’s working. Today is my 6th anniversary of not smoking. Thank you again!
NICOLE PURCELL said,
I would like to thank Allen for his Easy Way method of giving up cigarettes. Over 30 years I have tried to give up with various methods of nicotine patches, gum, hypnosis, deprivation and finally e-cigarettes to absolutely no avail. Today is 1 month free of cigarettes and even though this is not a long time. ..I have no interest in smoking. .I feel liberated from them and even when I smoking company have absolutely no desire to get involved with this addiction again. THANKS SO MUCH ALLEN..I have already saved heaps of money and feeling more confident as you said I would .. And I owe this to you and your method. ..
Marlene Voges said,
Good day, I just want to thank Allen Carr for his book Allen Carr’s Easy Way to stop smoking. I was given the book by a friend and read it last year January 2014. It helped me to stop smoking after 40 years. Never felt better. Gone are the craving, anxiety and bad smell.
Keep up the good work.
I let the EasyWay book sit on a shelf for over five years, a gift from a family member. After 14 years of smoking, eight months ago I picked it up off the shelf. At the time I started reading, I already did not want a cigarette and struggled to keep smoking while reading. I started to loathe myself for polluting my body with that disgusting crud, for being stupid. About halfway through the book I had my last cigarette and have not touched one since nor have I been inclined to. Of course I finished reading the book with numerous “dog eared” pages that I really enjoyed reading more than once.
Most of the people I know; smokers, ex-smokers and non-smokers, are astonished at the relative ease with which I, with the help of the EasyWay, stopped smoking. The rest have that look in their eye, they think I’m lying. To my own delight and a few strange looks, I would find myself saying aloud in public with a huge smile on my face, “FRRRREEEEEDDDOOMMMM!” Now I jog and bicycle all the time, I started playing hockey again, lengthy day hikes, backpacking. Like a phoenix from the ashes of all the cigarettes I smoked, I am reborn and will never smoke again.
I recommend EasyWay all the time to anyone willing or pretending to listen. In some cases I have even bought the book as a gift. I am so excited for all the things to come, thank you!
Hurra! Ich bin Nichtraucher.
Dr Ruben Encasrnacion said,
The smoking dreams/nightmares from the 2nd to 3rd weeks were scary! I would wake up from a light sleep, thinking and tasting (probably from the residual nicotine still in my system) that I had just smoked! What a relief to realize after just a few blinks that I was still “peacefully riding my horse.” I kept at it. Today, May 6, I am at the end of my 21st day as a nonsmoker! Enjoying every minute of it, while being carefully reminding myself that there is nothing to miss and everything still to gain. From a clinical psychologist in Manila, Philippines.
Geert Van Conkelberge said,
After years on trying to stop smoking, and by using all types of nicotine alternatives, I found out the book of Allen Carr.
He helped my with the psychological effects to stop smoking.
The day after reading this book, on 16 May 2012, I have stopped smoking without any problem !
Thanks Allen, you saved my life !
I am so happy that I did it …
AND To all… stop smoking is not difficult, it is all in the head
Paula Liberty said,
I have been tobacco free for nearly 2 years now. I am taking wellness coaching classes. I want to know how I could work for you in the future. All my best, Paula Liberty Denver Colorado. And I still review my list from time to time & love the CDs!!
Teresa Patterson said,
This is what i posted on my facebook today…
“After over 35 years of smoking i’m finally free!!! One month ago today I quit cold turkey and was happy to do so!! It really works!!! It’s amazing! If you want to quit, read “Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Quit Smoking” If i can do it, anyone can! Thank you Allen Carr, you rock!!!”
And i meant every word! my daily morning pounding headaches are gone (i thought they were caffeine headaches!! crazy!) my legs aren’t aching anymore, my cough is almost totally gone, i have more energy, i can take a deep breath without pain! I could go on and on and on…. I just can’t believe it! I’m so happy! Allen, I truely feel like you’ve saved my life!!! Thank you! Teresa
just wanted to say thank you, thank you, thank you!! I’ve read book “Easyway to stop smoking” and although I thought I was so addicted and have to smoke every few hours, and had to take a break from everyday responsibilities along with a cigarette – I just did it, easy like that, with no problems, with no pain and with a constant feeling of happiness!
I’ve never even had intention to read a book about stop smoking, have to say I didn’t believe a book could help me “brainwash” my own brain. For seven years I’ve had people around me telling me how I look bad with a cigarette, how it smells and how expensive it was. But I ignored that, cause I thought I was sooo addicted and could not stop no matter what. So one day, a couple of months a go I found this old book from 1991 with a title “EASY WAY TO STOP SMOKING” in a local library and took it (it was decommissioned) along with a bunch of other books (3 of 15 was about quitting smoking). I started reading it that day and I stopped when it said – dont stop smoking until you read the book!
I didn’t read any more, until this day I promissed to my brother I will stop smoking to help him lose his much worse addicton (gambling)! I was determined I will stop smoking and I will not lie to my brother just like I didn’t want him to lie to me how he does not gamble, but secretly he does…
Then, in just one night, I read the book completely and thank God I did!!! That old book is now with me like a pack of cigarettes in the old smelly days. The only down feeling I get now and then is that it is not fair I got rid of my addiction so easily but my brother needs a lot more time, strength and power of will.
Allan Car – God bless you, rest in peace!
John Clayton said,
On december 12th 2000 I finished reading your book.
I quit at 12noon and I have not had a cigarette since.
In 2007 I was diagnosed with Heart Failure
and given a triple bypass after a myocardial infarction.
Doubt that I would have made it through the operation
and recuperation if I was still smoking.
It’s six years since the heart attack and I retired officially then .
I still have HF but thanks to my wife, doctors, my diet and my
Determination, it allows me to exercise 3x per week.
My regime is 5km on the treadmill in 45-46 minutes followed
by 5km on a recumbent bike and then lifting and stretching
Exercises I do 5,000+lbs.
For giving me the last 14.5 years and
living well with HF(heart failure)
Dear Mr.CarrThere are not enough words to thank you for opening my mind.I started reading your book,and I couldn’t stop untill I reached the last page.Reading your book made me drop tears of joy,because you gave me self-confidence like no one else.I don’t know how you did,or what you did,but you made me feel like a winner,ready to face the world and get out of the vicious circle cigarettes put me in.I never thought it would be this easy to change my lifestyle and become the person I once was,that healthy,full of life and optimist person. Thank you again for opening my eyes,and congratulations for all this work that you are doing.You are doing an amazing job!
Thank you again for changing my life!
Popgeorgieva Bilyan said,
Sehr geehrte Kursleiter Kursleiterinnen,
ich bin 17 Jahre alt und habe das Buch “Endlich nichtraucher” in wenigen Tagen zu Ende gelesen. Jetzt weiß ich, dass ich nie wieder rauchen muss bzw rauchen werde. Wäre Allen Carr noch am Leben würde ich ihm persönlich dafür danken, dass er diese furchbare Gehirnwäsche beseitigen konnte.
Ich wünsche Ihnen weiterhin viel Erfolg.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
i smoked for 30 years, tried several times to quit with no joy.Read book in one day, threw my cigs in the bin and 3 years on i have never had or wanted another one. Many thanks Allen however it works.
Day 4 – but I KNOW I will never touch another cigarette. I am a non-smoker and will be for the rest of my life. Thank you. It works!
Dale Meyer said,
I quit smoking 2 months ago (32+ years) by reading “Stop Smoking Now” over three days of AA Meetings at an Alano Center near Seattle WA. This was odd as AA members are ~70% smokers or now “vapers” so they were all around me. Nevertheless, I told many of them what I was doing, and even stood outside while they vaped or smoked (or both). Not to prove anything, but to claim I was no longer a smoker at all.
I have not had a slip, crave or urge since then and have been exercising and lost ~ 10 lbs. Everything the Book said has come true, though I’ve had to work at some of it. e.g. made lists of little sayings and affirmations that I can recall instantly and sometimes repeat as a mantra or chant when things are slow. Mostly, I constantly remind myself how proud I am to be a healthy non-smoker now after 30+ years. Am absolutely convinced I will never go back to nicotine.
I am 33yo woman who had been smoking at the bus stop at school and got hooked to the little monster from the age of 14. I was not sure if it was me never being ready or what but my husband threw this book at me (literally) about 3 yrs ago and begged me to read it…er well I didn’t and I really wish I did as your book works!!!!!! I can’t believe it. I was out with a friend of mine who smoked a lot one evening I was going out for one and she goes ‘I quitn I said ‘you quit how!\??’ She mentioned your book was amazing that she stopped so I thought I have to try.
I am so impressed that I am now reading the control drinking one…I’m hoping to become a much happier healthier person through you. You have given me hope. I feel my organs saying thank you Allen!!! I will continue to shout your praises from the rooftops it’s so odd why everyone else isn’t doing the easyway. Thank you x
Thank you!!! I admit I’ve only been a non smoker for four days, but this time I KNOW I’ll never smoke again. I’m so thrilled! The only thing that remains is my anger at myself for not doing it sooner (I smoked for 26 years) and anger at our government and big tobacco for selling a lie and padding their pockets with the profits based on others’ sickness and death. Thankful to be FREE!
Thank you, I am free and very happy.
Never thought it would be so easy. Such an intelligent yet elegant system. Genius
I love you guys, thank you for saving my life. Eternally grateful. Please advertise more and spread the clinics worldwide. We need to combat nicotine – the biggest and most pernicious con job in the world, that keeps the world in slavery/
Thanks again, I will NEVER have ciggie (or other nicotine delivery systems) again. Bless you.
Sarah Allen said,
I smoked my last cigarette at the Alan Carr clinic on 30th December 1998 and have not wanted to touch one since! If anyone out there is in any doubt please just go for it – free yourself from cigarettes! Sarah – 17 years a non smoker!
I have attended 27th November session at your Birmingham branch.
Thank you for helping to quit.