Why I Wrote How To Stop Smoking Forever
I used to be a smoker. I smoked about 20 cigarettes a day for almost 20 years. If I went out for a few drinks that’d climb to about 30 or 40. Sometimes I’d wake up coughing and have a cigarette before getting out of bed. I didn’t think I’d ever learn how to stop smoking forever. But I did.
I stopped smoking 15 years before writing this book.
One day a friend asked me how I stopped. That started an in-depth conversation and a serious evaluation of the differences between all the times I’d tried to give up smoking before, but failed, and the time I actually stopped smoking forever.
I know for certain that I’ll never smoke again. And I knew it straight away the last time I gave up. I knew it because my thought process was different that time. It was the real thing.
Now I’ve developed that process into a technique that I believe will work for all adult smokers.
It worked for me, so it can work for you too.
This book is not for teenagers. They know they’re bulletproof and the future isn’t really real. And it’s not for people who don’t really want to give up. It’s for adults who genuinely want to quit.
It’s not a fun or funny book. There are no jokes in this one. But it should lead to a very happy ending.
When you’re smoke free I’d love to hear from you, because it makes me feel good to think I might have helped someone.
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