The Stop Smoking Workbook
This stop-smoking guide stands out from the many others on the subject because of its comprehensive content and its interactive workbook format. The practical exercises take smokers through a structured process that enables them to understand the realities of addiction and the different phases of quitting, and helps them to make the changes in their lives that are necessary to quit for good. Illustrations.
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