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  • Angela Jul 19, 06:29 PM

    Allen Carr certainly had it right… I am free of the hype they feed us about cigarettes. They dress them up in attractive packages and we think it is a worthwhile purchase. When he referred to the cigarette as your “little friend” I definitely could relate. And, “paying the little monster to kill you”, certainly took that idea of a little friend away! I thank you Allen for sharing your story and helping to save us one by one. A real friend shared this book with me, and I will share it with someone I care …

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So…how is 2013 shaping up for you?

From the desk of John Dicey, Worldwide Director, Allen Carr’s Easyway

New Year is a time most of us take a look at our lives and decide to make an attempt to live more healthily. It’s amazing how, by March or April, our determination to make and maintain those changes can seem to flag.

Allen Carr’s Easyway method is designed to avoid that kind of loss of momentum and inspiration by ensuring that whatever your goal might be; to stop smoking, to stop drinking, to lose weight, or just to eat more healthily you start off feeling great about your decision. The method does this by amending your perception of the issue you want to change. By realising that you’re escaping from something rather than “giving it up” you should feel happy, free, and enjoy a genuine, lasting sense of release.

In a nutshell this is why Allen Carr called his method EASYWAY.

Whether you want to stop smoking, stop drinking alcohol or lose weight, Allen Carr’s Easyway Clinics in London and Birmingham can be the solution for you (with 35+ locations around the UK just providing our stop smoking programme).

ALLEN CARR’S EASYWAY TO STOP SMOKING

Even if you’ve read the best selling book without success the clinics can work for you. Most smokers require just one 6-hour session (free of charge back up sessions are available for the few that require them plus you get our unique money back guarantee).

Call 020 8944 7761 for London, 0121 423 1227 for Birmingham; 0800 389 2115 for other parts of the UK or visit www.allencarrseasyway.co.uk

Mention this blog piece when booking and obtain a £60 discount (normal price £240 including money back guarantee). Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Expires 31st April 2013.

ALLEN CARR’S EASYWAY TO STOP DRINKING ALCOHOL

Whether you feel you’re drinking too much or that you have a serious dependency, most people need just one 7 hour session (although free of charge back up sessions are available for the few that require them plus you get our unique money back guarantee).

Call 020 8944 7761 for London, 0121 423 1227 for Birmingham or visit www.allencarrseasyway.co.uk

Mention this blog piece when booking and obtain a £60 discount (normal price £240 including money back guarantee). Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Expires 31st April 2013.

ALLEN CARR’S EASYWAY TO LOSE WEIGHT


This isn’t a diet – there are no points to count or difficult recipes to follow – just a 6 hour seminar that can inspire you to change your relationship with food and really enjoy a healthier way of eating.

Call 020 8944 7761 for London 0121 423 1227 for Birmingham or visit www.allencarrseasyway.co.uk

Mention this blog piece when booking and obtain a £60 discount (normal price £200 including money back guarantee). Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Expires 31st April 2013.

Posted on 11:16 Mar 27, 2013 by John Dicey, Worldwide Director

 

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Up in smoke

From the desk of John Dicey, Worldwide Director, Allen Carr’s Easyway

National No Smoking Day; the day we used to be told all smokers decided to quit smoking. Of course – Allen Carr used to crack a wry smile every time it was ever mentioned because he knew it was the one day in the year when most self-respecting smokers were least likely to make an attempt to stop. In fact many smokers would smoke twice as many cigarettes as normal in defiance of being told what to do and when to do it by a bunch of do-gooders.

Having said all that, over the years, National No Smoking Day at least presented an opportunity to have Allen Carr’s Easyway mentioned in the media – especially newspapers and magazines. To this end – we would always play an active role in the day’s proceedings in the hope that at least the smoking public might get an opportunity to learn a little about Allen Carr’s Easyway as a result. To do anything other than that would have been to surrender those media opportunities to the stop smoking quacks and the peddlers of nicotine patches, nicotine gum, Zyban, and Champix.

The fact that Allen Carr’s Easyway To Stop Smoking always more than matched Big Pharma, punch for punch, blow for blow, in the fight for column inches in this annual media scuffle was testimony to Allen’s truly amazing method, the dedication, hard work, and ingenuity of the team he assembled to support his work, and the most important part of Allen Carr’s Easyway revolution – the happy non-smokers it produced – who would happily sing its praises until the cows came home. It remains true even today – most people who use the method do so as a result of personal recommendation from someone who has used it successfully themselves. We remain eternally grateful to the support of those people.

Whisper it quietly – but something is very much awry with National No Smoking Day. For the second year running, the event, certainly in the print media, was…well….a non-event. Of the dozen or so national newspapers we scanned this week only one featured a stop smoking story.

In contrast to the stark lack of editorial coverage of smoking related topics, The Sun, Metro, The Daily Express, and The Daily Star all carried a whole host of adverts for e-cigarettes and other “nicotine delivery devices”. The “Ad Men” are certainly relishing the event.

The only consolation following the second “wipe-out” stop smoking day in succession is that if the many millions of pounds being pumped into the promotion of NHS Stop Smoking Services and a whole array of nicotine products failed to secure any editorial column inches – Allen Carr’s Easyway To Stop Smoking was always going to struggle to succeed where they failed.

Having said that, the book received a fabulous accolade in The Mirror newspaper – as the NUMBER ONE stop smoking book and we’ve been extra busy in the realms of Social Media… with well over 23,000 “likes” on www.facebook.com/AllenCarr versus a few thousand on www.facebook.com/NoSmokingDay it’s still pretty much –
David (well Allen actually) 1 Goliath 0

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Posted on 12:53 Mar 15, 2013 by John Dicey, Worldwide Director

 

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Another happy non-smoker from…England

Full Name: Kathy Trenwith from Northants, England

Occupation: retired care manager/RNLD.

Have you tried to quit before and if so, which methods have you tried?
I hadn’t tried stopping smoking for over 15 yrs as I had always been unsuccessful. The last time was using the inhaler method.

Briefly describe your thoughts on the method:
I am just amazed it worked because even at the end I was still wondering how it was going to get me to stop.

Approx date that you stopped smoking? 31/1/13

Briefly describe the impact on your life of having stopped smoking:
More money and I don’t feel as smelly. My cough has improved beyond belief.

Is there something special which you have achieved since you stopped smoking? Did you stop smoking for a specific reason? Any interesting angles that you can highlight about your case would be very useful (but not essential):

I didn’t even want to stop smoking but my daughter’s partner used the method and stopped smoking. Then my daughter did it – so I tried it out of curiosity!!! I had not thought about giving up smoking for years.

I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and thought it wouldn’t do me any harm to stop.
I am really happy now I have stopped and keep telling other smokers. I had my 1st cigarette when I was 5 yrs old and have smoked daily since I was about 9 or 10 yrs old. If I can give up anyone can!!! The method really, truly is a miracle for me!

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For more information about how to get help to stop smoking in the UK with Allen Carr’s Easyway, please contact your nearest stop smoking clinic

Posted on 12:20 Mar 13, 2013

 

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Another happy non-smoker from .....County Wexford, Ireland

Gillian O – from Co. Wexford, Ireland

Occupation: Beauty Therapist

Have you tried to quit before and if so, which stop smoking methods have you tried? I have tried to quit several times using will power & nicotine patches

Briefly describe your thoughts on the method:
I found it difficult to smoke whilst using the method – it was almost like my mind had been opened to the disgusting thing smoking really is… A slow & painful suicide.

Briefly describe the impact on your life of having stopped smoking: I can cuddle my daughter without reeking of smoke, I can kiss my partner without worrying about my breath. I can save more money towards our wedding. I can breath with ease. I’m less stressed because I know I’m no longer killing myself. I no longer have guilt about smoking. It’s no longer a topic of argument at home.

Posted on 09:55 Feb 04, 2013

 

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Another happy non-smoker from….The Maldives

Jason S – from the UK – now living and working in The Maldives.

Occupation: Director of Spa

Have you tried to quit before and if so, which methods have you tried? Once, using the will-power method it lasted a week and then I gradually started only socially, however this increased over the years

Briefly describe your thoughts on this stop smoking method: It spoke to me as a person with sincerity and reality, it all made sense, frankly I do not know what happened as I was smoking and following the method at one point I lit up and when I did I thought “What the ****! I don’t want this” I put it out and that was my last cigarette.

Approx date that you stopped smoking? September 20th 2012 9pm

Briefly describe the impact on your life of having stopped smoking: Not being controlled, ruled and living my life around an addiction, the realisation that everything in the book about smoking is true. Stopping smoking has given me the focus to get my kicks on health and fitness and feeling alive!

Is there something special which you have achieved since you stopped smoking? Yes, I have directed all my energy into my fitness and body, I have lost a lot of weight and am training to achieve the best body and peak fitness I can.

Did you stop smoking for a specific reason? Another chest infection and thinking it was cancer. Witnessing people in the UK on the street outside pubs and anywhere where smoking was permitted dragging on cigarettes like it was life itself, I thought it looked bad and so did the people doing it, yet I was one of them.

Any interesting angles that you can highlight about your case would be very useful (but not essential): I have lived a frantic, ex-pat, social existence, I was convinced I would always be a smoker. I felt this would be my area to fail me (Drinking and socialising) I completed an evening drinking and didn’t smoke, each time I socialised I moved away from smokers…….I watch smokers in these environments being controlled by their addiction, drawing on a cigarette like it’s life itself…..as the book says, you do feel sorry for them. The book works!!! I am testament to that as of this moment I have no inclination, desire or curiosity to pick a cigarette up again after a 30 year addiction…… I am free!

Posted on 13:50 Feb 01, 2013

 

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