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CURIOSITY KILLED THE CRAVING

Adult; Health, Diet, Parenting, Home, Crafts & Gardening; (Create)

Quitting smoking doesn’t have to be intimidating.

Having smoked for over 40 years, I had tried all sorts of methods of quitting. But no matter what I tried, the cravings would always return to haunt me. All attempts to overcome cravings failed until I discovered a simple technique that helped me get the better of them. The secret turned out to be my own mind. So, I practiced observing the onset of cravings in a curious, mindful way. This helped me acknowledge the presence of cravings rather than struggle with them.  

In my new no-nonsense quit smoking book CURIOSITY KILLED THE CRAVING, I share what has worked for me and guide you through the process from preparing to quit, to the realities of the first few days without nicotine, to making positive lifestyle changes going forward. It is full of practical tips and personal experiences. Quitting is never easy, but trust me, if I can do it anyone can.

So, say goodbye to Nicotine (or Mr. Nic as I know him) today!

Reviews
Mrs. S. Luniya

Why would a non-smoker like me be interested in a book like this?

Simple. Curiosity !!! But also because I know several seriously bad ass smokers, too helpless to kick the butt!

What a refreshing take on fighting ...overcoming ...conquering nicotine dependency on your terms with the most powerful  weapon in your armoury.. your own mind.

Curiosity Killed the Craving truly redefines the genre of the “self-help “book.

No preaching , no dictats, no scares and intimidation , it  gently nudges you along while you are in control of the ride.

Here, it’s YOU doing it all ... and all you’re doing really is just being watchful and observing the urge come on pass you by. It’s that simple really.

This pocket companion is an easy-to-read, ready reckoner that partners you through the journey and beyond. It’s empathic, it’s personal and unfiltered.

A wonderful read and a great gift idea.

 

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