The Illustrated Easyway for Women to Stop Smoking
A Liberating Guide to a Smoke-Free Future
Allen Carr Bev Aisbett
Arcturus Publishing Limited
Read this book and become a happy non-smoker for the rest of your life.
The Allen Carr Easyway Method that has successfully helped cure millions worldwide is equally as successful for both men and women, but many of the issues related to quitting smoking can be perceived differently by women-as their questions in Easyway sessions reveal-as well as the particular difficulties facing women who want to quit the habit.
In The Illustrated Easy Way to Women to Stop Smoking, Allen Carr debunks the myths about smoking and shows women specifically how to beat their addiction for good. This book not only enables women to easily and painlessly escape the nicotine trap, but to do so without gaining weight.
With the brilliant writing skills and illustrations of Bev Aisbett, Allen Carr's international best-selling Easyway Method is presented in a refreshing, accessible, dynamic, and enjoyable way.
To date, Allen Carr's books have sold more than 15 million copies worldwide and have been read by an estimated 40 million people, while countless more have been helped to quit through his network of clinics. This phenomenal success has been achieved not through advertising or marketing but through the personal recommendations of the ex-smokers who've quit with the method. Allen Carr's Easyway Method has spread all over the world for one reason alone: because it works!
What women say about Allen Carr's Easyway Method:
"If you want to quit... it's called the Easyway to Stop Smoking... I'm so glad I stopped." Ellen deGeneres
"Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking Program achieved for me a thing that I thought was not possible - to give up a 30-year smoking habit literally overnight. It was nothing short of a miracle." Anjelica Huston
"It's the only method that works. Thank you!" Ruby Wax
Bev Aisbett is the author/illustrator of 16 books, two of which were a reworking of Allen Carr's Easyway titles into Aisbett's distinctive cartoon format. Aisbetts is best known for her highly successful self-help books, most notably Living with IT and Taming the Black Dog, produced in the same accessible illustrated format as the Easyway books.
Allen Carr was chain-smoking 100 cigarettes a day, despite the fact that his older sister, Marion, and his father had died prematurely of lung cancer. After repeated failed attempts to stop smoking, Allen's conversion into a non-smoker was as dramatic as it was totally unexpected. His discovery of the kernel of what would become the Easyway Method brought about another life-changing decision: to dedicate his life to the fight against nicotine addiction. Allen made this decision in July 1983 and since then he has built Easyway into an international brand with clinics in more than 20 countries across the world, and developed his method into the most effective stop smoking therapy currently available.