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Stop Smoking free pdf "Stop Smoking" isn't like other books out there on the market. Addicts know the risks they take every time they inhale. They hear all the negative publicity and government warnings too. They may be smokers but they aren't stupid. What they want is tried and tested methods to help them stop. That's where Peter and Clive come in. In "Stop Smoking" they reveal: how to stop the chain reaction ("well I've had one so why not two...")- how to step out of the comfort zone- the point of needles - how acupuncture can help- whether patches, gum and nicotine replacement therapies really work- why keeping super busy keeps the addict at bay- hints on how to de-stress your life after you've given up. With the "52 Brilliant Ideas" series readers can enhance their existing skills with negligible investment of time or money and will substantially improve their performance over the course of a year. Each of the 52 chapters tackles a single aspect of the subject in an entertaining and lively way. At the end of each chapter is a "how did it go?" feature which allows readers to reflect on the lesson in a classical experiential learning pattern. The tone of each book is personal and informal- readers will feel as thought they are having a one-to-one with their favourite coach.

About Clive Hopwood

Clive Hopwood has written over one hundred books including many tightly formatted TV spin offs. Clive co-ordinates and runs the Writers in Prison Network in 20 prisons across the country which has given him real insights into drug and alcohol addictions. Clive tried to give up smoking for a long time and hopes the research and writing of this book, along with his family's support, will help him finally kick the habit. Author and writer Peter Cross spent most of his life working in institutions dominated by a smoking culture including the Royal Navy, psychiatric hospitals and his work as a prison writer in residence where he met Clive. In addition to his numerous books, Peter has also written over 30 book reviews this year for the Sunday Times, Daily Express and New Statesman and a variety of features for the British Medical Journal.

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Author : Clive Hopwood
Publisher : Infinite Ideas Limited
Data Published : 23 December 2005
ISBN : 1904902448
EAN : 9781904902447
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 256 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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