By David Brizer, M.D.
There’s useful advice here for everyone, but don’t be intimidated by the length of the book. Separate sections for quitters in unique circumstances (i.e. pregnant women) mean that you won’t have to read all the sections, so you can just use the book as a quick reference guide.
Posted: 02/06/2008 04:12 PM EST more »
By Elizabeth Hanson Hoffman, Ph.D., and Christopher Douglas Hoffman, L.S.W., A.C.S.W.
12-step programs to conquer addictions may not be the right solution for everyone, but they have helped many generations of people do so successfully.
Posted: 02/06/2008 04:16 PM EST more »
By David L. Johnson and Carole A. Johnson
This book offers a comprehensive collection of techniques for becoming a former smoker. Very complementary to the Allen Carr method, this book teaches cognitive-behavioral techniques that empower you to take control of your own life.
Posted: 02/06/2008 04:17 PM EST more »