Taming The Monkey: Freeing ourselves from the smoking habit (Paperback)
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Taming the Monkey is a revolutionary new approach to managing the smoking habits through changing our perception of it and ultimately leading ourselves to freedom of choice: Do we want to keep smoking or do we want to be free from the habit? After reading the book and applying the method, you will not have made a more informed choice in your life, not only on the intellectual level, but on the level of realization of the truth about your unique experience of the smoking habit: Why do I smoke and do I really need it? It is an emotional as well as an intellectual journey of awakening.
About the Author
I had a smoking habit of 16 years. I used to smoke between ten and sixty cigarettes per day every day, and it didn't matter if I was healthy or sick. For a long time I saw myself as the reincarnation of the Marlboro Man. I loved cigarettes. I would smoke on average one pack a day and at times I would smoke two to four packs in one night if I was out partying with friends or even partying alone at home or partying at a bar with strangers or having a prolonged gaming session. I was also a heavy drinker of 14 years and I did a few other things that were less than healthy for my body as well as my mind. I had never contemplated quitting smoking or stopping drinking other that the usual guilt-induced "Maybe I should quit smoking!" followed quickly by a guilt-relief cigarette, and why not a beer as well. Has this ever happened to you?