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     Stop Smoking Easily eBook by Dr. John Gasson and Jenny Wensing  - 2 - © Copyright 2011 Dr. John Gasson and Jenny Wensing.    All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form.   First Edition, 2011.No part of this book may be reproduced without written permission from the publisher or copyright holder, except for a reviewer who may quote brief passages in a review; nor may any part of this book be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any formor by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or other, without written permission from the publisher or copyright holder. This book is designed to provide accurate and authorative information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is offered with the understanding that neither the author nor publisher is engaged inrendering medical, legal, accounting, or other professional services by publishing this book. As eachindividual situation is unique, questions relevant to personal health, finances and specific to theindividual should be addressed to an appropriate professional to ensure that the situation has beenevaluated carefully and appropriately. The author and publisher specifically disclaim any liability, loss,or risk that is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of any of thecontents of this work.  Stop Smoking Easily eBook by Dr. John Gasson and Jenny Wensing  - 3 - Introduction Stopping smoking is a phrase that can strike terror into the hearts of mostsmokers. In our Stop Smoking Easily sessions, we often hear, I’ve triedeverything, from Zyban to patches, sprays, gums to acupuncture, but nothingworks! and I’ve got an addictive personality, so it’s impossible for me togive up . Fortunately, it doesn’t have to belike this. Using a combination of NLP (NeuroLinguistic Programming) techniques andintegrated medicine, no matter what yoursmoking history, you can be completely freeof smoking. We’ve all been happy non-smokers in the past – before we startedsmoking. Wouldn’t it be great to get back tothe happy innocence of not being remotelyinterested in cigarettes? Well, the great newsis, you can! Stopping smoking and personal choice The most important thing to remember when stopping smoking is this – it’s your choice. We are not trying to make you stop because ‘smoking is badfor you’, we are not here to preach to you about what you should do andwe’re also not going to patronise you by telling you things you already know.We were smokers ourselves for 25 years, so we know how it can feel!We believe passionately in freedom of choice, and if it is your choice to setyourself free from smoking, you can do it!    If you don’t set a baselinestandard for what you’llaccept in life, you’ll find it’seasy to slip into behavioursand attitudes or a quality of life that’s far below what youdeserve. - Anthony Robbins     Stop Smoking Easily eBook by Dr. John Gasson and Jenny Wensing  - 4 -So, if you are considering stopping smoking, then do it for your own reasons,and on your own terms.We’re often asked when the best time is to stopsmoking. The truth is, the best time to stopsmoking is when it feels right for you. Don't waitfor significant dates like, birthdays or New Year'sEve. Stop when the timing is right for you, andthat could be next month, next week or right now!The choice is yours, and yours alone. What are you giving up? Coughing and wheezing, bad breath, low energy levels, poor sex life,worrying yourself sick about your health? That’s what you’ll be giving upwhen you stop smoking! Compare this to what you gain: you’ll feel healthyand much more energetic and alive, you’ll be happier, and you’ll have peaceof mind. If you really think about it, there is nothing of genuine benefit togive up, when you stop smoking! You might assume you smoke because you enjoy it. Otherwise why do it? Butlet’s stop for a moment and think about it. What, specifically do you enjoyabout smoking? Does it make you smile, or laugh? Compare it to other thingsyou enjoy. Does smoking make you sociable? If a person is anti-social, canthey become sociable because they smoke? Is it the taste you enjoy? If so,then how come it took you so long to get used to? And what can you taste anyway? How do you think your taste buds havebeen affected by smoking?   If you always do what you’vealways done, you’ll alwaysget what you always got. And there’s more!   
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