No-one was born a smoker. Smoking is habit, a behaviour that you have learned and practised so often that it has become second nature. Even though you may have choked on your first cigarette, you have now hard-wired your brain to believe that smoking makes you feel good. But it doesn't have to be that way - by focusing on who you want to become, habits can be broken. And what's more they can be broken easily. This simple guide offers quick-fix strategies which aim to help you stop smoking - for good. This book gives you all the tools necessary to tackle the stubborn, self-sabotaging behaviour that is preventing you from quitting smoking and to put in place productive patterns that will lead to a cigarette-free future and a healthy life.
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Pete Cohen is an NLP-trained personal trainer and sports psychologist. He works with various sports teams, including Kent County Cricket Club. He runs his trademarked Lighten Up! Workshops throughout the UK and his work features regularly in the media. Pete is a rising star in the field, being a regular in GMTV, and now taken the place of Dr Phil McGraw as agony uncle for SHE magazine.Review:
"I've seen, first hand, Pete make a difference to people's lives, and I believe he can make a difference to yours." Roger Black, MBE
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Book Description Thorsons, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007154968