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This book is badly written in the way that only a self-help book can be, and I wanted to dislike it based purely on that principle. I also wanted to dislike it because of the author's horrifying habit, throughout most of the book, of classifying smokers as poor pathetic creatures to be pitied, only to throw in a very brief chapter at the end begging readers not to become those condescending, self-righteous ex-smokers.
Perhaps he doesn't feel that pity is, by definition, condescending? I wanted This book is badly written in the way that only a self-help book can be, and I wanted to dislike it based purely on that principle.
I wanted to dislike this book because Carr absolutely insists that certain smoker experiences are universal. He says multiple times that everyone's first cigarette is unpleasant and results in coughing, which was simply not true for me — and no, I'm not lying to myself about this to "justify" starting, as Mr.
Freud — ahem, Mr. Carr — smugly asserts. This is a very minor detail, but for me it erodes the author's credibility. I further wanted to dislike this book because of Carr's zealous adherence to the status quo — just for an example, his explicitly stated assumption that smokers were able to cope with life before they started smoking, which ignores the high incidence of smoking among oppressed minorities and those with anxiety disorders.
For these reasons, I'd like to give this book a 1-star review. However, I began reading it several weeks after I quit smoking, and can now safely say that reading it has definitely helped me to stay quit, to brush off a relapse with very little drama, and to stop feeling so anxious about the "forever-ness" of quitting.
This book helped me not to care about cigarettes anymore, not to be afraid of living without them. Despite itself, it did what it set out to do.
For this reason, I'd like to give it a 5-star review. A guarded 5 star rating for now. Day 3: Well I'm a weak willed sucker not that I needed further proof.
Not the books fault though and there is still hope. As I wrote in the comments, after my lapse on Day 3 I rage quit again why do I have to make everything so hard?
Anyway the good news for every smoker is: Allan Carr's quitting method works. I was skeptical at first, but believe the hype, quitting can be easy!
The withdrawal symptoms hardly matter, you will feel better immediately. There is also bad news however, at least for me: Staying clean is the hard part.
There still is craving, not as bad as with my previous attempts, and there are still some depressive phases.
But now I can glimpse a light somewhere out there; maybe the end of the tunnel isn't so far away?
View all 3 comments. This may be the only book that I have read 4 times, but for times the charm. My sister spoke wonders of this book and how it helped her quit.
A few years back I borrowed it from her, read it, and was able to quit for about a month and a half. Then, in stupidity, on a drinking night out I bummed one,and then was quickly about a pack a day.
Earlier this year I felt ready to try again. In April I checked it out of the library, read it, and quit for about four days. I night out did me in a agian.
I r This may be the only book that I have read 4 times, but for times the charm. I renewed the book the maximum number of times, read it once more, but it did not work.
In Septemeber I read Malcolm X and thought in general that a lot of things are possible for me if I focus and get read of the partying and distractions.
This time, in early October I bought the book. I read it quickly, finishind it on October 15th. Today is November 20th, and I'm still a non-smoker.
Also I'm confident this time has worked and I'll never smoked again. This book works I believe because he systematically breaks down the reasons smokers say they smoke, and states why these reasons are invalid and the opposite is true, that smoking actually harms these perceptions.
His instruction tells the reader not to quit smoking until the end of the book. This way the reader reads a chapter, thinks about it, and when he or she smokes, is really aware of the points the author makes in the book.
He states things like a cigarette is no different after a meal, or with coffee, that it's a mind trick or trap that the smoker fell into.
Another thing he states is that there is no such thing as enjoying a cigarette, that every smoker wishes he or she never started. If you said that to someone smoking in a verbal exchange, they wouldn't listen.
But somehow the solitary act of reading, the reader really does mull it over, and it does sink in.
This is a great book, because it puts people in the right frame of mind to quit. The must important suggestion by the author is for people to think they are not giving anything up by quitting but must think of the positive change that will result from quitting.
He explains that with the well power method people feel like something they enjoy is being taken away from them.
He also says that with boredom or stress, that those things would be the same without cigarettes, the cigarette doesn't change your situation or life.
This is great for the shortterm, but for the long term, I suggeest people buy a copy. It has some invaluable chapters like if you want just one cigarette that may help the ex-smoker maybe even years later.
I'm exited about not smoking and making life changes including cutting back on drinking so I can focus on reading and writing. Obviously not stellar writing, but the book did the trick--I AM A NON-SMOKER!
As my friend mentioned in the comments I assume I would be the only non-smoker reader of this book! I picked this book to utilize its method to quit other bad habits since there are lots of books on how to form a new habit yet no book on how to quit the old ones if you know one plz let me know.
Did it work? However, I find this book smartly written and persuasive. One might think it is too repetitive, yet that is a way to pierce the words into t As my friend mentioned in the comments I assume I would be the only non-smoker reader of this book!
One might think it is too repetitive, yet that is a way to pierce the words into the reader's mind I do a parallel read "make it stick" and this book has been written to stick in one's mind!
Carr offers a new mindset towards smoking and no specific method or magic, he also reveals the reason beyond all the dysfunctional methods to quit smoking.
As 5 of my GR friends have quit smoking by reading this book I suppose it might be helpful, so give it a go. View all 10 comments.
I wanted to wait until a decent amount of time had passed before I wrote a review of this book, just to prove that it does work!
And it does. I stopped smoking for 5 years once, then I went back to smoking the thin cigars every now and then at a party.
Over the months, my addiction went up to the level it was before when I was smoking, and pretty soon I was on about 20 a day! In the past when I stopped smoking I us I wanted to wait until a decent amount of time had passed before I wrote a review of this book, just to prove that it does work!
So for 2 years I was trying to stop and not getting anywhere, until a friend told me to read this book. She said several people she knew had stopped smokinh using it, and the book reported to have a really high success rate.
I was sceptical. I mean, how could a book help you stop smoking? Smokers already know the risks. What it does do is makes you think differently about smoking and cigarettes.
It makes you change the way you feel about them and your relationship with them. OK, yes, I did get a bit grumpy for the first couple of weeks hubby will probably say more than a bit!
One of the things that struck me while reading was the way smokers are manipulated. The governments pay lip service to getting people to stop smoking by adding health warnings to cigarette packets, however, if they really wanted to do something, they could force the tobacco companies to produce cigarettes without nicotine in them.
Nicotine is the only reason smokers are addicted to cigarettes, without it, it would be easy for all the millions of smokers around the world to quit.
In the 60s, apparently, a tobacco company did produce a cigarette without nicotine and it was buried so deep it would never see the light of day.
I mean, could you imagine if chocolate producers added an addictive substance to chocolate, or dairy farmers added an addictive substance to milk.
Imagine the outcry! So if you want to stop smoking the easy way, you have to read this book. It does exactly what it says on the tin! I do not enjoy smoking.
I hate smoking and the cigarette itself is what's making me miserable. I'm tired of feeding the monster. If I were a non-smoker I wouldn't feel cravings and would enjoy moments in life more.
These are the things I've learned so far. I can understand why this book makes people want to quit smoking.
It's not shock therapy which scares you into quitting. It explains all the good things that will happen to you when you quit, and while you think you like smoking or that it hel I do not enjoy smoking.
It explains all the good things that will happen to you when you quit, and while you think you like smoking or that it helps you in some way you find out that you don't and it doesn't.
It really makes stressful situations more stressful, and so on. It's not hard to quit, it's easy. The book makes you realize that smoking is very unenjoyable.
And makes me wonder why I ever thought it was. I am so looking forward to finishing this book and quitting smoking and being freed from the monster.
I am also excited to make other people I know who smoke read it. I'm shocked they haven't already. I will revisit this rating in 12 months.
You don't get five stars, no matter how convincing you are, when the first three chapters are an ode to your own awesome nature before you even said anything I had been a smoker for over fifty years.
I smoked two packs a day. I tried to quit many times, paying for hypnosis sessions, using Nicorette gum, using nicotine patches of various dosages, and even being active in exercise and recovery programs.
Nothing worked. I would quit for a few days, once even for a month or two but then would start up again smoking more than ever.
Four years ago my wife gave me this book. She said, "Don't start reading it until you are ready to quit. It really works! I read the book over the next two days while smoking.
When I finished the last chapter, I also threw away my cigarettes. I have not found it necessary to pick up a cigarette again.
I am not sure exactly how it works. Part of it is psychological: convincing the reader that most of the fear of withdrawal is caused by propaganda, fed by those who would get rich off of the various "quit smoking" schemes.
Also, a reminder that gum and patches and other system use nicotine so they just prolong withdrawal. Part of it, I'm sure is a but of auto-hypnosis because many of the ideas and suggestions are repeated in different ways throughout the text.
But the fact it that it works and it worked for me after years and years of trying every other method. It also had no cost beyond the price of the book.
Perhaps that's why none of the smoking clinics and not even the American Cancer Society has spoken of it. It undermines the corporate system of making the most money possible from addictions.
Shame on them. This book should be promoted by every health professional. Very practical advice about how to quit smoking. Focuses on removing the reasons you smoke which is the same for all smokers- to alleviate that slightly panicky feeling you experience created by the nicotine from your previous cigarette leaving your body.
Carr does not use scare tactics. The REASONS that people smoke are not the same as the reasons they ought not to smoke. In fact, I say reasons, but ultimately, all smokers smoke for the same one reason: to relieve the symptoms of nicotine withd Very practical advice about how to quit smoking.
In fact, I say reasons, but ultimately, all smokers smoke for the same one reason: to relieve the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal, which really are not that intense at all.
Quitting has nothing to do with willpower; It's all about understanding nicotine addiction, nicotine withdrawal, and the thousands of lies about smoking perpetrated by our society and tobacco companies.
The brainwashing aspect of why people start smoking and why they can't quit is an amazing aspect of the book.
Highly recommend this book for smokers who want to quit. You are allowed to smoke right through to the end. If you've ever tried to use willpower to quick, you most likely failed.
Read this book. It worked! I stopped smoking in December last year because of this book and I have not smoked since. And the best thing about it is that I have not once since then had the desire to smoke.
That's what I always wanted and what I never got in my previous attempts to quit. I felt as though I'd tried everything, so the only solution was to give up on giving up!
I didn't want to quit smoking if it meant spending the rest of my life "wanting a cigarette". That would be a torture I wouldn't wish on any It worked!
That would be a torture I wouldn't wish on anyone. Believe it or not, this book truly works to eliminate that desire to smoke.
I thought I was a die-hard smoker who would never be able to break free. I thought I could never eradicate that "enjoyment" factor and the persistent belief that never doing it again would be intolerable.
I was wrong. I am so happy I was finally able to stop. Every time I'm reminded of how I used to smoke I get a genuine thrill of satisfaction that I am not trapped anymore.
I highly recommend persisting with this book, even if you do not believe you will be able to stop. What the author says is true. If you do not follow the instructions to the letter you will not succeed.
To illustrate this point, let me tell you something. I originally started reading this book more than four years ago. Alan Carr tells you in the book that this often happens when people first try to stop by reading this book.
While there are some people who will read the book in a day and stop immediately, some people will read it one page per day, even one paragraph per day, just to put off the inevitable point when they know they will have to have that last cigarette.
Please believe me though, it is nowhere near as difficult as you think it will be! In fact it is easy!
Just like he says. If you properly complete the entire book and follow its directions you will finally be able to shake smoking off for good.
And how wonderful you will feel! GO FOR IT! I was a smoker for 10 years and tried to quit smoking over a dozen times with no success.
Every method I thought would work was an abject failure and I could never figure out why. After reading this book, I immediately quit smoking and have not looked back.
It was the easiest thing I have ever done in my life, once I learned how. I am coming up on the 2 year anniversary since I quit smoking and decided to re-read the book to give myself a refresher.
It's amazing how much different my perspective I was a smoker for 10 years and tried to quit smoking over a dozen times with no success. It's amazing how much different my perspective is now as a non-smoker compared to when I read it the first time.
I can't believe I ever thought I would be giving something up by quitting smoking. If you are trying to quit, or want to quit, or have failed to quit in the past, give this book a chance.
It is far more effective than any gums, patches, exertion of willpower, or prescriptions. You are doing yourself a disservice if you do not give this method a chance.
Utter rubbish. Allen Carr uses neurolinguistic programming quite poorly - mostly just repetition and weasel words in order to convince the smoker that they no longer want to smoke.
It may work on the weak minded, but for anyone who is actually used to thinking and critically evaluating things, it's just crap. I eventually did end up quitting - but there are no thanks at all to Allen Carr and his many fans for wasting my time on his rubbish.
Allen Carr doesn't try to scare you into quitting, which only perpetuates the fear and makes the smoker want to smoke more, rather he gets to the psychological root of WHY we smoke, stripping this addiction to its very core.
After reading this book, this is what I know - I will never again force myself to smoke another cigarette, come what may.
And for the first time in 16 years, I feel truly free. Here's the book in a nutshell view spoiler [ Smoking is disgusting. You would rather be a non-smoker than a poor, pathetic smoker.
Quit smoking and be delighted that you are no longer a disgusting smoker. YIPEE IT'S EASY! And if it's not easy, then there is something wrong with you and you need to reread the book.
Since I am using willpower, Mr. Carr feels that I am doomed to fail. I consider this book to be mostly scare tacti Here's the book in a nutshell view spoiler [ Smoking is disgusting.
I consider this book to be mostly scare tactics and BS. View all 13 comments. It might have been the translation to Norwegian, but this book was utter crap.
More repetitive than 90's techno, and there are just about NO proper instructions until the very end. I learned nothing new from the constant repetition of old and obvious information.
Yes, I'm quitting smoking, but this book did absolutely nothing to help me I think. I will just quit, and that's that. At least I'm happy I was given this book, and didn't put any money in Carr's pocket.
It is the worst book I ever read but it worked for me. Read this in preparation for giving it to my dad in an attempt at getting him to quit smoking after it was discovered he has heart problems.
The author goes overboard to insist that he isn't going to list the health issues or guilt the reader or any of the common things people do to smokers in order to get them to quit and instead focus on the psychology of it.
He claims that when you understand the psychology you can just quit on the spot without any downsides. That's all well and good, but I not Read this in preparation for giving it to my dad in an attempt at getting him to quit smoking after it was discovered he has heart problems.
That's all well and good, but I noticed he contradicted himself periodically. First by stating that you can quit cold turkey and never have withdrawal symptoms to openly talking about how to deal with withdrawal symptoms.
The books is about pages, but if you cut out all of the times the author repeated himself or went on and on about how the next chapters will help you and then leaving the reader on a cliffhanger at the end of the chapter, you could really shorten the whole thing down.
He's definitely trying to sell consultations for his EASYWAY method and get people to buy other people the book. His advice basically boils down to making the decision that you're no longer a smoker, teaching yourself to have a positive outlook about quitting and realizing you aren't losing anything other than a bad habit, and then weathering the 3 weeks of withdrawal while staying positive.
That's seriously it. I just distilled the book's message into a sentence. That said, he has many good analogies that could help give smokers some realizations about their behavior, and his ideas about staying positive and not focusing on what you're losing but what you're gaining are really nice.
I just wish the whole thing didn't read like one of those "How to Date and Seduce Beautiful Women" mailing lists. The book isn't perfect.
Carr annoyed me at the beginning of the book by tooting his own horn; he obviously felt the need to prove he has credentials--and that makes sense, but there's too much.
But what makes the book amazing is that it systematically breaks down the myths about smoking even the ones that I didn't think I subscribed to and subtly sort of brainwashes you into hating smoking.
You smoke as you read, which keeps the pressure off. And Carr's thinking is rational--and friendly. He do The book isn't perfect.
He doesn't condescend or use many scare tactics. Some of what he says is a little silly "Now you can think, 'Yippee, I'm a non-smoker!
Sometimes you can see the wheels turning, but that doesn't detract from the book's effectiveness either. His central idea is that quitting smoking isn't difficult as long as you don't see it as a sacrifice--perception is important.
You aren't giving anything up; instead, you're freeing yourself from drug addiction. The book really helped me feel ready to smoke that final cigarette and quit.
I don't know for absolutely certain that I will never smoke again although I hope I don't , but I feel better having his book to re-read whenever I need to.
It's been four years since my last cigarette. This book reprograms the way your brain thinks about smoking and I've tried to give up at least 6 times..
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