The Easy Quit System: Kick Your Smoking Habit for Good

By Barbara Cronin

There are so many methods for quitting smoking that the advertisers claim will work.

There’s the patch, the pills, the gums, the smokeless cigarettes, and the list goes on.

But if you’ve tried all of those and are still a smoker you may wonder what’s left, is there anything?

Tapping into Powerful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Quit Smoking

Crushing the PackageThere are more options to quit smoking than the list above.

If you’ve tried and failed with other methods maybe it’s time to get to the root of the problem with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT.

CBT started in the 1960’s and is a therapy that enables the client to discover incorrect thoughts and perceptions that may be causing undesirable behaviors, such as smoking.

The process that causes behaviors starts with the stimuli, is interpreted with the thought and results in an emotion which leads to a behavior. When you change the middle step of the thought, the resulting emotion and hence behavior automatically change.

The Easy Quit System utilizes CBT to help smokers quit once and for all.

Peter Howell creator of the system promises to help you stop smoking by ending your desire to smoke. This program doesn’t just address the physical addiction of smoking it goes straight to the reasons you smoke in the first place.

Learn more about > The Easy Quit Stop Smoking System

Say Goodbye to Smoking Misconceptions that Keep You Hooked

Easy Quit System TestimonialIn the Easy Quit System Howell explains misconceptions about smoking including its addictiveness, the mistaken belief it’s a ‘habit’, and the number one reason why smokers never quit and how to overcome it.

In 30 chapters and less than 100 pages Howell uses CBT to change the way the reader thinks about smoking and why they do it. Howell tells you exactly how to quit smoking in this book by helping you to change your thoughts with facts.

If you aren’t satisfied with his program you have eight weeks to get a full refund of your money ($47).

This is a downloadable book (estimated 5 minutes) and can be read in its entirety in as little as three hours.

96% Reported Success Rate and a Money Back Guarantee

There are many clients who have responded with success stories from using this program when all other programs failed.

The success rate is stated by Howell as being 96% when using The Easy Quit System.

Many users of the program have reported quitting for good in as little as one weeks time without cravings or weight gain so common with other programs.

To learn more, visit  > The Easy Quit System

 

 

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  1.  
    By amina
    September 2, 2009
     

    How do you survive the strong nicotine cravings?

  2.  
    By Deb
    September 22, 2009
     

    Hi, I just wanted to say that my neighbor is trying to quit smoking again. He did for about three weeks last year and has decided to give it a go again. He made the mistake of using his old patches from last year. It seems old patches can cause a bad skin rash and even blisters. He also felt very anxious and bad in the mornings. He has since decided to chew the gum for the last two weeks. It seems to be doing it for him. He plans on tapering that off soon. I am so happy for him as he has wanted to quit for quite some time now.

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    By Deb
    September 29, 2009
     

    Hi again, I just wanted to say that our neighbor is still hanging in there and has not smoked once since he quit. We are so happy for him. He said he is now feeling so much better and has much more energy than he had when he was smoking. He also says the extra money he has each paycheck since he quit has been a great bonus also.

  4.  
    By Braids
    December 21, 2012
     

    I just stopped smoking December 1st 2012, and I was a 1 1/2 pack a day smoker. Now I feel great. I should have done this along time ago. I have been smoking for over 15+ years, and the best thing I did for myself is stop smoking. The problem now is food taste so much better; it’s like I can taste every ingredient in what ever dish I am eating, so now I eat more. Now I need something to make me stop eating, a good diet pill perhaps.

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