PRLog - Jan. 3, 2012 - LONDON -- Over 80% of smokers want to quit, leading to many failed New Year’s Resolutions in the coming weeks. Having an ‘all or nothing’ attitude towards becoming a non-smoker may not be the best approach, according to author Jennifer Clare.
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Unless and until the smoker is ready to quit, setting an arbitrary date will simply lead to failure, as the mind is not in agreement with the new habit.
In her book, Stub Out The Habit – Quit Smoking Without Cravings Or Regrets, she outlines a simple process that changes the mind of the smoker - especially women - making it easier for them to set a final quit date and be successful.
Addressing the habits, the emotions, the cravings and the excuses that can stop smokers from triumph, the book creates change on an unconscious level, so the smoker becomes a non-smoker effortlessly.
Jennifer Clare ran a successful smoking cessation clinic in Melbourne, Australia before relocating to London and releasing her book. A Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, a Certified Hypnotherapist and an ex-smoker, she knows exactly what goes on in a smoker’s mind – and how to change it.
Full details and sample pages are available from http://www.stuboutthehabit.com
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Jennifer Clare is the author of Stub Out The Habit - Quit Smoking Without Cravings Or Regrets, designed to help people - especially women - quit smoking. Full details are available from http://www.stuboutthehabit.com
Part self-help book, part fiction, the book draws the reader in so she, too, can quit smoking.