How to Stop Smoking and Stay Stopped for Good

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A revised edition of the best-selling stop-smoking program. The technique involves understanding what addiction is, taking control and breaking the habit. Its step-by-step program is easy to follow and really works.
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ISBN-13: 9780091917036
ISBN-10: 0091917034
Pagini: 207
Dimensiuni: 131 x 219 x 14 mm
Greutate: 0.15 kg
Ediția: Revised
Editura: Random House (UK)
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

Notă biografică

A former smoker and overeater, Gillian Riley has been teaching her successful techniques for stopping smoking and eating less since 1982. Her work has at its focus the thinking that drives addictive behaviour and the practical techniques needed to achieve control. A highly articulate teacher, she brings to her seminars and personal counselling a practical approach which confronts the psychological barriers that make the difference between failure and success in the long term. Gillian lives in Leicestershire and leads weekend seminars in London on taking control of overeating. She also offers telephone and Skype counselling for smokers wanting support with her approach. She is the author of Eating Less and Willpower! Visit Gillian's website:


"Brilliant...with an incredibly high success rate" Daily Mail "Gillian is an author who always makes sense" Nigella Lawson "Forget ridiculous aversion and repression techniques and look your addiction straight in the eye with her simple, one-day-at-a-time technique" The Guardian "It teaches you, not tricks and gimmicks, but such effective common sense and home truths that I was able to bring an entirely new attitude to my efforts to give up. I found, as a result, that my worst stop-smoking experiences - the tetchiness, the tearfulness, the constant teetering on the brink of failure and the absurd wish to die - didn't happen at all this time" Cosmopolitan "What I found most liberating about this technique was that I no longer needed to run or hide from wanting a cigarette. Not only could I go anywhere, do anything, be with anyone whether they smoked or not, but I also didn't need to try to deny the desire to smoke by eating and drinking more...It is, quite simply and literally, a technique for life" Sunday Times magazine