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"I Don't Smoke!": A Guidebook to Break Your Addiction to Nicotine (Joyous…

by Joseph Cruse

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Are you addicted to Nicotine?

Have you attended a smoking cessation program that gave you a good education on tobacco and focused on the cigarette?

It's time to try a very different approach to smoking cessation. 'I Don't Smoke!' is about a proven plan that focuses on you—not the nicotine. It's an approach that looks at quitting as a joyous adventure. After all, you're going to be free of a serious addiction—it's like overthrowing a dictator.

If you are one of the 47.7 million adult smokers in the United States, chances are you have wanted to—and have tried to—quit smoking. Eighty percent of adult smokers want to quit completely, according to a survey by Gallup and the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But the nicotine in cigarettes is an addictive drug that can make quitting difficult . . . but not impossible. Now from Dr. Joseph Cruse, founding medical director of the Betty Ford Center, comes a program that applies addiction recovery techniques and includes the importance of feelings and increased self-worth. If you want to quit smoking, you can laugh and feel good while you are freeing yourself from your addiction. Using powerful and positive affirmations, retraining your brain, and calling in a virtual army of support from others, this program makes smoking cessation a lifechanging and joyous adventure!

There are millions of former smokers who have recovered from their addiction to nicotine. Millions who can now boast, 'I don't smoke!'—and mean it. Take the first step and join them today.

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