In The Media
At the close, there was more anticlimactic choreography: each of us was made to stand up in turn and throw our lighter and remaining cigarettes into a bin next to our jubilant seminar leader.
It’s difficult to put into words how I felt after that – or have done since then. I certainly experienced no sense of conversion or fundamental change in my mindset. I didn’t feel magically cured of my addiction. But staring out of the window on the train home, I recall watching a woman of similar age standing awkwardly in a doorway. Her body was contorted and her face scrunched up as she vainly tried to smoke her Superking while avoiding the wind and drizzle. She was wet. She didn’t look as if she was enjoying herself at all. But she persisted. And at that precise moment, it struck me as the most bizarre thing I’d ever seen. All I could think was: why? Why would you do that to yourself?
Once upon a time, if someone had asked me the same question, I might have answered with a petulant, albeit unconvincing, “Why not?”
But now I can say quite plainly: “Because I don’t have to.”
No gimmicks, patches or laser, just methods that have proven effective.
Natalie, 42, had tried everything over 20 years to stop smoking and found her solution in Allen Carr’s Easyway. Since May 31st is World No Tobacco Day, why not read and get inspired by her story …?
Sydney Morning Herald
I don’t feel like I’m giving up anything, in fact I’ve gotten something back; my self-respect, my lungs; my sense of control over my life.
Body & Soul
It’s been 12 weeks since we gave up smoking. We count down the weeks, and it’s a victory countdown.
Five months on, the nicotine monster still lays silent. People are proud of me for stopping. I’m not. I’m just bloody relieved.
If you’re still trying to quit, consider the method that worked for Ashton Kutcher, Ellen Degeneres and Anthony Hopkins.
6PR’s Millsy chatting with Dianne Fisher about how he quit the Easyway. Click play below to hear the full interview…
Kyle & Jackie O
Hear Jackie O and some of her 2Day FM listeners during their quit smoking session.
Natalie Clays chats with Kyle and Jackie O on the 2Day FM breakfast show.
Bride To Be
Yes it’s the most amazing and easy system that helped me give up smoking after 20 years, just like THAT…
Take 5 Magazine
To say goodbye to cigarettes you have to believe it’s possible. I did and I haven’t missed them!
I still haven’t smoked. It seems that I simply just don’t want one.
Human Resources Magazine
I highly recommend this course to anyone who wants to stop smoking, and to companies that want to make a difference to the lives of their employees and the bottom line.
Natalie discusses the impact of Covid on smoking and drinking with presenter Bec Chave.