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School Donation Program In Memory of How To Swap Books? Allen Carr 2 September — 29 November was an author of books about quitting smoking and other psychological dependencies including alcohol addiction.
He quit smoking after 33 years as a hundred- a- day chain smoker. He qualified as an accountant in Carr finally quit smoking on 15 Julyaged 48, after a visit to a hypnotherapist.
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However, Carr claimed that it wasn’t the hypnotherapy itself that enabled him facio quit – “I succeeded in spite of and not because of that visit” and “I lit up the moment I left the clinic and made my way home There were two key pieces of information that enabled Allen to quit later that day. First, the hypnotherapist told him smoking was “just nicotine addiction” which Allen had never perceived before that moment i. Second his son John lent him a medical handbook which explained that the physical withdrawal from nicotine is just like an “empty, insecure feeling” “Packing it in the Easy Way” pp.
These two realisations crystallised in his mind just how easy it was to stop and so then enabled him to follow an overwhelming desire to explain his method to as many smokers as possible “The Only Way To Stop Smoking Permanently”: Philosophy Carr teaches that, contrary to their perception, smokers do not receive a boost aolen smoking a cigarette: In this way the drug addiction perpetuates itself.
He asserted that the “relief” smokers feel on lighting a cigarette, the feeling of aallen “back to normal”, is the feeling experienced by non-smokers all the time.
So that smokers, when they light a cigarette are really fejar to achieve a state that non-smokers enjoy their whole lives.
He further asserted that withdrawal symptoms are actually created by doubt and fear in the mind of the ex-smoker, and therefore that stopping smoking is not as traumatic as is commonly assumed, if that doubt and fear can be removed.
At Allen Carr Clinics during quit smoking sessions, smokers are allowed to continue smoking while their doubts and fears are removed, with the aim of encouraging and developing the mindset of a non-smoker before the final cigarette is extinguished. A further reason for allowing smokers to smoke while undergoing counseling, is that Carr believed it was more difficult to convince a smoker to quit, until they understood the mechanism of “the nicotine pdeocuparse.
Es fácil dejar de preocuparse
This is because their attention is diminished while they continue to believe it is traumatic and extremely difficult to quit and maintain the belief that they are dependent on nicotine. Another assertion, unique to Carr’s method is that willpower is not required to quit preocparse.
This is because it takes no willpower to stop doing something that an individual has no desire faccil do, which is the realization smokers come to once their doubt and fear about stopping has gone.
When this is combined with the understanding that the actual physical withdrawal from nicotine is so inconsequential as to be minor and therefore almost insignificant, it enables smokers to break free. Smokers using willpower who do not come to these realizations, allow the mental “withdrawal” d anguish to overpower them, resulting in physical manifestations e.
It is precisely because many smokers believe these symptoms are caused by lack of nicotine i. His contention was that fear of “giving up” is what causes the majority of smokers to continue smoking, therefore necessitating the smoker’s perpetuation of the illusion faciil genuine enjoyment, as a moral justification of the inherent absurdity of smoking in the face of overwhelming medical and scientific evidence ess its dangers.
Carr was very specific and analytical in his use of language.
Es fácil dejar de preocuparse : Allen Carr :
Thus he rarely referred to “giving up smoking” preferring “stopping smoking” as the very words “giving up” hint at the suggestion that a smoker would be sacrificing something that was worth having; instead of freeing themselves. Such analyses were a cornerstone to his approach to overcoming the “nicotine trap” which was both subtle and pervasive. Easyway Carr left his accountancy job in and set up his first Easyway clinic to help other addicts.
He wrote ten bestsellers including his hit The Easy Way To Stop Smokingwhich topped the non-fiction book charts in nine countries and remains the highest selling book on quitting smoking worldwide. The fwcil of the original London clinic, through word-of-mouth and direct recommendation, has led to a worldwide network of Easyway clinics in 35 countries plus the production of audio CDs and DVDs.
Based on their full money-back guarantee, Carr’s clinics claim a 95 percent success rate in helping smokers stop. All Allen Carr’s Clinics are run by dedicated therapists who were once smokers and used Allen’s method to quit xllen. Carr also wrote a number of other How to books, on subjects such as losing weight and stopping alcohol consumption. The following month he revealed that it was terminal and his life expectancy was about nine months.