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Thank you very much for posting!
Just finished the easy way to stop smoking I am now a fearless and happy non smoker
Hi,My name is sameer,im 19,I’m from Hyderabad,India,I was a chain smoker,got fed up of smoking and wanted to quit it for life,I made numerous attempts to do so,I was unsuccesful,then I’ve read your book,and I was very happy extinguishing my last ciggerette after reading the final chapter of your book,its an awesome book,I quit smoking,and I’m referring this book to many of my friends,thanks a lot Mr.Carr,I owe my life to you,Thanks a ton.:)
With best regards,
David Henke said,
Thank you for writing: “Allen Carr’s Easy Way To Stop Smoking.”
It was an excellent read and I have stopped smoking as of April 24, 2013, the day I finished the book.
It was as if someone was speaking to me the way I speak to others, undoing, chapter by chapter, every argument I have ever made to justify smoking.
At the end, I felt like an idiot, and now am very happy as a non-smoker.
Thanks again. I will pass on the recommendation to others, starting with my daughter Rachel.
— David Henke (smoked since the age of 17, now a non-smoker at the age of 56)
I’ve smoked for 30 years and am only 43 years old! I didnt think I would EVER get free. Once i fully understood the trap, i laughed out loud and from that moment on, was no longer a smoker. I am no longer addicted to nicotine! It is THE most dubious and diabolical charade! (the trap..).
Thank you Allen Carr!!!
(BTW-Not ONE withdraw pang!!!….Not one.)
Joanne Taylor said,
I am from Johannesburg, South Africa. I am 27 years old and smoked for 12 years, through 2 pregnancies. If it wasnt for Allen Carr’s book I would have never stopped smoking. I quit on 30 April 2013 (4months and counting) and have no desire to ever be a smoker again.
Thank you Allen Carr. Because you lived, many of us have benefit from your revelation!
Robyn Banks said,
I’m from New Orleans but live in Gulfport, MS. I smoked for about 18 years and my husband smoked for 40.
We both read the book and we both quit smoking (quit all nicotine) on January 2nd, 2012 and have never looked back.
We have no problem going out to clubs or bars nor do either of us have a problem sitting right next to a smoker.
I kept waiting for the nicotine monster to show his little head and he never did.
We quit by reading the book, The Easy Way to Stop Smoking and we are so thankful!
Liebes Allen-Carr Team,
ich habe gerade die letzte Zigarette meines Lebens geraucht! Es war wahrscheinlich die ekligste, die ich jemals bewusst geraucht habe. Ich musste mich mehrfach zwingen, diese Zigarette zu Ende zu rauchen, weil ich wohl nie so bewusst eine Zigarette geraucht habe. Ich habe es trotzdem nicht geschafft, diese Zigarette ganz zu Ende zu rauchen. Ich hätte mich wohl übergeben müssen. Der Ekel dieser Zigarette bleibt mir hoffentlich mein Leben lang in Erinnerung.
Ich danke Ihnen von ganzem Herzen! Auch im Namen meiner Liebsten, meiner Verlobten, die mir dieses Buch geschenkt hat, nachdem ich die Methode „Willenskraft“ nach einer schlappen Woche aufgegeben hatte!
Ich hoffe, wir schaffen es irgendwann, die gesellschaftliche Gehirnwäsche aus der Welt zu schaffen.
Mit den besten Grüßen, die ich jemals gesendet habe!
Hi. I am nearly 5 months a non smoker and feel so much better. As they say ‘I haven’t given anything up!’ Thank you very much for the advice and teachings. I never thought I could do it. And now I am spreading the word both at work and at home!
kirby hudson said,
I have been smoking since the age of 16/17 and im 28 now so 11 or so years. it just become part of my everyday life like it was normal to be doing it ( lets face it,like destroying your life can be normal) i have tried to give up numerous of times but failed! This time i was really determined to do it, i was doing ok but then as days went by the more and more i wanted a fag and felt terrible, i went and bought 10 of my usual. as i was queuing to buy them with the other fag smelling people i was feeling horrified but still bought them! with my fags in hand i decided i need help and went straight to W.H smith and brought Allen carr’s easyway to stop smoking, once i started reading it i couldn’t put it down, it took me bout 5 and a bit hours with 4 hour break but i finished it in a day, i had 3 cigarettes while reading that book and on my fourth after i finished the book i knew it was my last!the other 6 left in the packet i chucked away!i know its early days and each day i feel better and better, infact i feel great and i know a cigarette is never going to touch my lips ever again and i know this time that is the truth, i really want to thank Allen Carr for his wise words and for the first time i actually feel like a happy non smoker :-)
un banalissimo ma sentitissimo GRAZIE …………….
Buongiorno a tutti…..
come da oggetto ho voglia di urlare al mondo intero la mia piu’ totale felicita’ nell’aver spento la mia ultima sigaretta il 27,07,2013 ore 18,00
tutto questo solo grazie ad Allen Carr , il quale con questo libro mi ha fatto ripercorrere i miei 25 anni da fumatore incallito
basti pensare che fumavo 40 sigarette al giorno ed anche io come lui dozzine di volte ho provato a smettere , e adesso che ci sono riuscito
cerco di coinvolgere quante piu’ persone possibili spiegando loro l’estrema semplicita’ con cui ho smesso grazie a questo libro ….
finalmente adesso mi sento ‘’ Pulito ‘’ ‘’ Libero ‘’ ‘‘Spensierato’‘ ‘’ Felice’‘
un grazie di cuore a tutti coloro che sostengono questa causa e se posso fare qualche cosa per aiutarvi, sono a vostra completa disposizione
Grazie di cuore a tutti
Владисла, Украина said,
Я посмотрел этот фильм, и уверен что пользуюся наставлениями я брошу курить, так как курение меня изменило. Спасибо!
Helen Green said,
Hi, I live in Bolton, England, UK. I bought the “Easyway” book and before I even finished the book I had quit smoking. That was 1 year and 2 months ago, now I don’t even want a cigarette despite trying patches, gum etc in the past and failing so many times! This way actually works! I am a new woman, thank you so much.
Karen ferguson said,
After 35 years trapped in addiction and afraid to quit, I read Allen Carrs book one day,and that was it, I stopped there and then. I had always thought of myself as a lifelong smoker, too weak to face my addiction. I was wrong. Stopping smoking is a high, I am free at last.
Karen, currently living in Croatia, where everyone smokes, everywhere and all the time ..
Спасибо за то, что помогли мне бросить курить!
I read the book in just a few hours as I was determined to stop smoking and had tried patches, gum and the self-help CDs with no lasting success. Now I have reached the ’3 weeks’ mark as a non-smoker and I feel amazing! it is just so easy, it’s incredible. After nearly 27 years, I feel free.
YIPPEE! I’M A NON SMOKER
Just wanted to say that I found the book to be a revalation.
Yippee I’m a non smoker
After a recommendation of your book via a friend I decided to give it a go, I have smoked for 12 years and didn’t want to quit. I enjoyed smoking, It was a part of mr, but thought I would read it anyway.
March 19th 2013 I finished the book…and can now never imagine myself as a smoker again.
Thought I would thank you for your knowledge that has now been passed on through all my now “non smoker” friends
This is just a short note to thank you for writing your book “Easyweigh”.
This year I have lost over 30 kilo – I am currently down to 81.5 kilo from a starting weight of 114 kilo.
Keep up the great work
Denis Harkin said,
I was a part-time smoker from the age of 18 until I was 50 years old. I smoked on every occasion where I was drinking, such as a night out, Christmas & New Year, summer holidays, party’s etc. I was always sickened following these occasions by the amount I smoked, often smoking two packs of 20 on a night out. After the New Year every year I had to detox from the build-up of toxins in my chest. I used the excuse that I could stop anytime but I was an addict and a Christmas & New Year never went by from I was 18 until I was 50 without a house of smoke, simultaneously feeling sick and dying for another cigarette. Then I read the Allen Carr book, which I had bought for my daughter who is also a smoker. Only then did I realise I was a drug addict. With the help of the CD, played on the bus home, especially on a Friday evening when, after a few glasses of wine I was most vulnerable to binge smoking. I have not even been tempted to smoke a cigarette since then. I waited one full year before I wrote this testimonial, just to be sure it was working. I feel sorry for all those smokers I used to join in the smoking area and boy do I appreciate the deep breath of fresh air when I breathe in. The book and CD are a revelation in changing habits. I’m a father of four, living in Dublin, Ireland.
Steve Arnold said,
I know my story isn’t any different but I wanted to share it. After smoking for nearly 18 years and trying several times to give up, I had had enough. I used all methods. Patches, will power, I even half read the book and gave up before, for a few weeks, before starting again. Each time was the same. I missed smoking and it crept back into my life. This time I finished the book. I don’t miss it. It’s been six months. I don’t want to smoke. I had no cravings and I found it easy.
Whilst I was reading the book I didn’t believe it would work. I thought the technique wouldn’t work on me. I found the book boring and it was a struggle to get through it (I got the audio book and listened to it on my cycle to work in the end as that was the only way I could get through it) BUT i got through it. I smoked my last cigarette, and I haven’t looked back since. I haven’t missed anything.
Hi! I stopped smoking after 15 years of being a smoker and I couldn’t feel better in every way a person could be. I am so, so greatful with this book, this method is really saving lives. A friend lend me her book it is in English and I would like to buy it in English and spanish to lend them to friends and relatives that are still smoking. Thank you so much Allen Carr!
I’ve been posting updates here hoping it will help someone along the line. 300 days, 7,200 cigarettes, $2,448. Thanks to Allen Carr.
I probably won’t post again until 365, but until then I just want to say I feel so much better as a non-smoker than I ever felt with cigarettes in my life. If you’re on day 3 or day 10, week 2, etc., you’re not far from forgetting about cigarettes entirely. You won’t miss them, and life without them will keep getting better and better than it ever was with them.
After 13 years of smoking 15-25 a day, by day 60 of my quit, I had forgotten all about cigarettes. Even then…those 60 days were Easy.
brian p said,
I stopped succesfully last year using Easyway. The key for me was wanting to stop. I dont want to be around smoke or smokers or 2nd hand e-cigarette vapours and hope others who think they cant quit find the book and succesfully quit. The starve the little moster game was helpful!
PS I live in Ireland.
From Goodyear, Arizona
I cried tears of joy today. I’m at week three of being an elated non smoker. I smoked a pack a day for twenty years. Thank you Allen Carr, I can’t thank you enough. All I want to do is dance.
This experience has been so wonderful that I would love information on being an Easy way coach. Please let me know.
I read Allen Carr’s Easyway the last week of July 2013, and quit on August 3. I was a 1.5 pack a day smoker for 35 years. The book really helped me to approach my quit day with happy anticipation.
If I had known that quitting would be this easy, I would have freed myself from smoking years ago.
Aside from a new found attraction for sleeping in (much healthier than getting up and sucking down a pot of coffee and 10 cigarettes), I am not having major side effects.
I am Kenyan. A friend brought me the Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking CD a couple of years ago as a gift. I kept listening to the first few chapters but never getting to the end. Then one time on a trip I loaded it all onto my ipod and listened to nothing else till I got to the end. I stopped smoking long before I reached the end, but still listened it to it once over cause it was just incredible what I discovered. I have never looked back and I am 1 year 8 months smoke free. Now I only have to look at smokers, hear them give the same excuses I gave over and over, and just thank God I got this great gift.
I already gave away the CD I had to the next smoker in my life and would very much like to gift other people around me who are struggling with their addictions. They hate being smokers but feel helpless to do anything about it. Please let me know where I can find the CD here in Kenya.
Today marks one year of being a happy non-smoker. I am so grateful to Allen and Damian, who conducted the seminar I attended in NYC.
I smoked a pack a day for 20 years and could not escape the prison of nicotine addiction, no matter how hard I tried. Today, I can hardly believe I was that hopeless, desperate addict.
Thank you for giving me my life back!
julia revell said,
Just finished your amazing book and the excitement grew as i neared the end knowing i was going to be free.After a long disgusting 20 years i’m proud to say YIPEE IM A NON-SMOKER!!!
Ann holloway said,
I smoked just over 20 cigerettes a day. After reading allen carrs easyway in 2003 i can say i have never touched a cigerette since. I can’t thank allen carr’s easyway enough. I have never craved a ciggy and nor do i ever want to smoke one again.
Two weeks ago i read allen carrs easyway how to control alcohol it is still early days but i am not wanting a drink and i have been to my local and to a friends house where there was wine flowing nicely. I did not have the urge to drink even though i was offered one.
Glen McPoland said,
“Stopping smoking does not mean deprivation” – DRUM this statement into your mind and you’ve Absolutely cracked it. How simple can something be, yet be so effective?
Thank you from the bottom of my nicotine-free heart.
Luke Conroy said,
The most life saving and life changing decision I ever made was to take the advice of Allen Carr and it changed my life Thank You. If you are a smoker reading this, just read the book or buy the DVD,try it out, as the advice says what have you got to lose? NOTHING ; but think about what you gain. If your married with children like me a holiday with the kids would be nice, thats what we are doing next year paid for by my ciggie money. GOD bless you Allen, words can’t fully express the appreciation I feel towards you and your staff but I will try to explain how I feel about myself now. EXCITED about the future because of easyway. IT REALLY WORKS> Luke Conroy, happy non-smoker, Chester
David Dalton said,
I’m 31 and I was smoking since I was 12 (hard as it is to admit). I read The Only Way to Stop Smoking in two days and by the time I was having my final cigarette I was genuinely getting sick by it. This, I believe, is the only true way to stop smoking and gets rid of all the brainwashing of “I enjoy a cigarette” etc. Only way is an extension of easy way because some peoples brainwashing is very deep about smoking. Anyone can do it and if you’re reading through all the comments here we’re all basically saying the same thing – YOU CAN DO IT! :) All the best and congratulations to everyone else for their success.
David from Dublin, Ireland
I tried so many times to quit to only start again after an agonizing battle against the nicotine and urge.
While moving a bookshelf recently I found the “little book of quitting” ….
I read a few pages And decided to give it a try. My 11 yo son was more than happy to help and would read pages to me in the car. I quit a week ago without any struggle. I even found myself having a glass of wine while people smoked around me and I had no issues getting through the evening without one cigarette!
You want to talk about picking the worse time to quit??!!!
I’m a last year phd in cell biology, still fighting in court from a nasty divorce while raising 2 kids and renovating a new house!
If I succeed during this stressful time, which I don’t even doubt, I’ll never fall for the illusion of the lil monster having anything positive to bring! Yippee! I’m free!
I just wanted to say how happy I feel that I am now a non-smoker! I started to read your book a few days ago after a colleague had told me that it helped her quit her 30 rollie a day habit 6 years ago. I was smoking at least 10 cigarettes a day, and I kept kidding myself with the thoughts of “oh well I could be smoking a lot more, at least I’m not hooked like other people on 60 a day.” But your book showed me that I was as hooked as anyone that smokes (even those that only smoke a cigarette here or there) – it made so much sense about how a lot of it is mind over matter. I’ve been reading a life coaching book at the same time which was perfect, because it has encouraged me to become confident in my decisions and separate my irrational emotions (such as “I need a cigarette”) with reality (“I don’t need it, in fact I am happier without it!”)
Last night my fiance gave me a kiss and went to bed while I was reading the book (he is a smoker too so this book is going to be placed firmly in his hands). I only had about 50 pages to read and it was getting late, but I didn’t want to stop reading it because I knew if I did then I would have used it as an excuse to smoke for another day, so I was determined to finish the book before I went to my bed. I was excited and couldn’t wait to finish the book, but I was also nervous – I remember thinking “when I read the last sentence of this book, I am going to go outside and smoke my last ever cigarette. EVER.” And it dawned on me that this wasn’t like an attempt I tried before, because I knew this was the end – I didn’t have it in the back of my mind that I would keep it up for a bit and then return. This was me breaking away from it. So when I went outside for my last ever cigarette, my stomach was in knots and I wasn’t sure how I initially felt. Then as I could see the cigarette slowly burning down, I smiled to myself because I knew this was my time to end the facade. I actually remember thinking of it like I was “breaking up” with the cigarette – I have had some great times with it, but the cigarette didn’t make the moments any more fun, because I was a ball of insecurity and I was acting in a way that I thought I needed to, to convince everyone that I was happy with my decision but I wasn’t. It was really like having a bad boyfriend that I needed to get out of my life! It felt amazing to say to myself, “it’s been emotional, but it’s time to move on without them” – I have a few ex-boyfriends that I wouldn’t want in my life because they did nothing to help me grow or be a better person, so why would I keep them in my life? And that’s the same mentality I have taken with the cigarettes.
I have thought about the cigarettes quite a few times this morning (I would have normally had 2 by now) but the benefits are a million times better than succumbing to the big monster. I’m noticing the small things that I feel free to do now without worrying – for example, a colleague of mine this morning was having a hard time so I gave him a cuddle to cheer up. Now normally, I would WANT to do that to comfort him, but I wouldn’t because my clothes and hair would stink of stale smoke, and my breath would be stinking so I didn’t want to subject him to that (hardly a comfort for him is it?!) but I felt FREE to be me and do what I want because I wasn’t a prisoner to the monsters!
I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for this book – it really has changed my perspective on smoking. But I know not to get complacent with it either because you just never know. It makes me giggle now when I hear people saying the likes of “I would never become a heroin addict, nothing would resort me to drug taking” yet they are standing smoking TOBACCO – A DRUG!! Attitude is definitely everything in this life – if you have the right attitude, everything else will follow.
Thanks again (and I’m going to buy my colleague a bunch of flowers for bringing your way into my life and mind – money that would have normally be wasted on cigarettes, I can now spend on those who I care about, and who care about me!)
Огромное спасибо этому великому человеку. Он спас миллионы жизней. Я бросила курить очень легко три года назад по его книге. Низкий поклон Вам, Аллен Кар!!! Жаль, что Вас нет на нашей бренной земле.
Karen Sussex said,
Had my last dose of poison this morning and read the last page of EASYWAY, full of excitement that I AM A NON-SMOKER!!!!
Honestly, I am a bit let down by this whole Easy Method because it worked. I mean I was expecting “quitting” to entail exorcist like reenactments, jail time, deep dark depressions, job loss and maybe murder. But alas, the ordeal was actually oddly enjoyable, extremely educational, thought provoking and exciting. I read an ad for this book in Mental Floss Magazine and decided to buy it. That was back in 2009. I read a few pages and put the book down for 3 years. Last April of 2012 I picked it up and promised myself I’d read it all the way through just to see. I read it over two weeks and took the time to really think about what Mr. Carr was saying and how it related to my personal smoking life. I smoked my last cigarette on May 6th 2012. I smoked for 18 years, close to a pack a day. I can laugh whole heartedly again without coughing, this in and of itself is worth freeing yourself for, deep whole hearted uninterrupted laughter. I cannot thank Allen Carr ‘s Easy Way enough, you changed what I saw as an impossible feat into an enjoyable ride and kicked fears butt right out the door. Go for it!!
Back to scent of a life!
Walking home.I could breathe aroma waves of rainbow color combinations. I could again sit in the night and write without a smoke cloud typing instead. My words built up the greatest sentences. I managed to refresh myself and everyone around me. I went back to sports. I escaped the smoking minutes to prepare a tasty fruit salad. Many times, I juice the oranges myself. Breaking the habit, escaping the evil…establishing my “Beautiful Mind”(2001).
ben caton said,
I smoked for 12 years from the age 0f 16 to 28. by the time I gave up I would smoke from the moment I woke up to the moment I went to sleep. I decided to stop when I started having chest pains and the audiobook of ‘Easy Way…’ was recommended to me by a friend. 3 years in and I have not had a puff – what’s more I have not once been tempted. I frequently dream about smoking, but the relief I feel when I wake up is wonderful, knowing that I will never smoke again. in addition to the obvious benefit of kicking such a filthy habit, the analytical approach taken made me question other received wisdoms, and I genuinely believe the experience broadened my intelligence and ability for critical thinking. I recently began reading Marx’s ‘Capital’ and the approaches the two authors take to the respective problems of capitalism (sorry if you’re reading this in the US and spilled your coffee!) and smoking are remarkably similar, ie – working backward from a perceived ‘truth’, only to expose this as, in reality, a system of logic that can, as such, be counteracted through logic and logic alone. a remarkable achievement, for which I will, to Alan Carr, always be grateful.
Despues de casi 15 años de agonia, de fumar, de escupir, de tener taquicardias…, consegui dejar de fumar! Este metodo ha sido una liberacion de una oesadilla. Gracias Allan estes donde estes ;)
Thank the Lord for this book! I read it after a friend suggested it when I told her I was going to try hypnosis for the third time. While I read I was apprehensive and skeptical although I desperately hoped it would work. It did and I feel empowered to reason against any desire to be drawn in to the addiction cycle again. After a thirty year cycle of addiction and shame I am certain that I am now free for life. I can’t believe I was so convinced it would be too hard to give up when it is so easy. Thank you so much!
Tracey, Perth, Western Australia.
My memory is not so keen, so some details have faded. As I recall, I read your mini book to quit smoking in 20-30 minutes. After 10 years of smoking, that half hour book read turned me into a non-smoker. I haven’t smoked nor wanted to smoke a cigarette in 6 1/2 years. What an effect! Is weight loss the same?
If you’re a smoker, give this book a read and heed its message. As soon as I put that book down, my attitude was different.
Yippee I’m a non smoker I have freed myself from the slavery of smoking.
I attended a clinic run by Sam on Saturday the 13th in Reading. The session was great, I left feeling inspired and excited that I am now a non-smoker. I know it has only been a few days, but I have noticed such big changes, and I could just not believe stopping smoking was so easy, and I have no inclination to smoke at all!! THANK YOU SO MUCH, will most definitely be spreading the easy method!!!!
I have today thrown the Champix in the bin, what a horrible drug that has caused me to feel so yuk in just 2 weeks. Just ordered the book and are very excited….have spoken with many people/friends/acquaintances who absolutely swear by this book, all were heavy longterm smokers and all have now been smokefree for 12 months+…..next time I post I’m sure I will be smokefree thanks to Allen Carr (without any nasty side effects) :-)
“Quitting smoking is so hard.”
“I’ve tried to quit several times and I just can’t do it.”
“I know I should quit, but I just can’t.”
Sound familiar? I think every smoker has at one time or another said those very same things. I know I did. And I know my wife did. We both felt that we were trapped in the prison of addiction to nicotine and could not escape. We had tried several times and ended up smoking again. When we would talk about quitting one of us would inevitably say “We’ll just fail again so why try”. And so we continued to smoke.
Until we decided to try Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking. We paid the $150 to watch the six part webcast. The information we learned and the insight we gained were invaluable. The presenter covered every single belief and idea we had about smoking and confronted them with logic and facts. Every belief we had held regarding smoking was torn to shreds and laid bare before us as nothing more than an empty lie.
Armed with this knowledge, as we watched the presentation, we grew more and more fed up with smoking. Through each segment of the presentation we were encouraged to smoke. Then, once the fifth segment was over we were told to go have our final cigarette. When we came back inside and started watching the final part, we were congratulated on being non-smokers and given tips and strategies to remain happy non-smokers.
It is a unique approach to quitting smoking. It doesn’t load a smoker with a guilt trip, it doesn’t appeal to emotions. It doesn’t condemn the smoker. The program merely covers each and every idea and belief that smokers typically hold regarding smoking and logically and rationally refutes them. At the end the program shows that there are no benefits whatsoever to smoking. The coldly logical and rational approach cuts through every single objection a smoker might have. There is no confrontation, there is no aggressive tactics, no guilt, nothing like that. The smoker is not made to feel like scum for being a smoker. Simple, rational, well reasoned and logical. That is how the program approaches the idea of quitting smoking.
At the end of the program, my wife and I threw out our remaining cigarettes and walked away. We were done. And we didn’t feel as if we were depriving ourselves or missing something. That was last night. This morning when I woke up, I didn’t even have the desire for a cigarette. I took back full and complete control over my life last night and I have no intention of relinquishing that control to cigarettes again. No longer will I bow down at the altar of nicotine.
I realize that $150 may seem a bit expensive for the webcast. But in the long run compare that to the amount of money I was spending every week or so on a carton of cigarettes. The program more than pays for itself in the long run. I have always prided myself on being in complete and total control of my life. I have tried to live by the motto “Indulgence, not compulsion”. Smoking started out as an indulgence but quickly became a compulsion. Now I am free from that compulsion. I am free to indulge in other things, things that are not damaging to my health and that are much more pleasurable. I would recommend Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Quit Smoking to anyone who wanted to quit. It worked for me.
I stumbled across this book, while doing yet another round of nicotine patches. I read the reviews, and thought it was a small price to pay if I could actually quit smoking easily like those people professed to do. Well that was ten days ago, and I can honestly say that I am a non-smoker and intend to remain that way for life! Do yourself a favor and invest in this book! It truly does work!! :)
I’m free, been smoking on and off for 40-plus years and now finally feel free. I will never smoke again thanks to the “EASYWAY” you taught me how to view smoking and its meaningless existence in my life. FREE at last!!!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you very much.
jason wilson Canada said,
Who knows if anyone will even read this but it’s the least I can do since your book has done so much for me. Im 38 and have been a pack a day for about 20 years. I have tried to quit dozens of times and have made it anywhere from a few hours to 6 months but always end up caving…I’ve tried patches, gum, cold turkey, cutting down etc etc. I have pretty bad psoriasis that disappears after not smoking for awhile so I know the cigs are causing that…I read the easyway in two days and smoked my last one ever two days ago. The cravings I used to dread are nothing now that I know I don’t want a smoke…it’s just my brain asking for nicotine and soon that will be gone. I will miss the cravings actually because I enjoy letting that little monster suffer! It never occurred to me that I don’t enjoy them…or that the need for the cig was caused by the cig itself….ugly chain I’m so grateful its broken! I never would have guessed quitting could be easy and even enjoyable. I can’t thank you enough!
Ryan , 33, NS, Canada said,
Your book was easily the best $10 I’ve ever spent. After 18 years of smoking and several attempts at quitting, I finally feel free. I was half way through reading your book when I butted out my last cigarette, and that was 8 days ago.
When I first picked up the book I thought “great, another self help book”, but after reading the first few sections I came to realize that there was something more. I see now that I was brainwashed into the nicotine trap and now, through the magic of Mr. Carr’s modestly ingenious narrative, I’ve been brainwashed out of it. And to be honest, I much prefer the latter of the two. So thank you EASYWAY! It feels so good to be free!!!