• Thank you, thank you, thank you – I can’t believe how easy it was to stop with the Allen Carr Method, when I tried everything else and nothing worked before! I am ashamed I was so sceptical. To be rid of the fear and the feeling of being hopeless and weak-willed is the greatest thing that happened to me.

    K G
  • Having attended your course on 9/9/06 no one is more surprised or delighted than I am at my success, having been a 30 per day smoker for 15 years. I have not had a cigarette since and have no intentions of ever returning to the nicotine trap. Thank you, thank you – the course was worth its weight in gold!

    Charlie M
  • Thanks so much for the course – I am pleased to say that almost 2 months on and I am still a happy non-smoker. It has been so easy. I have told my work and they are offering people incentives to go along to the course now – so hopefully the word will continue to spread.

    Katherine H
  • We can not believe that we have stopped smoking. We are actually amazed. Words can not express the joy of thinking that I have a future to look forward to with my kids. I will ensure to recommend your sessions to anyone who wants to listen. Look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Dianne G
  • I am happy to say it works!
    It’s been 19 months since I stopped and can’t even stand the smell of anyone else smoking.
    I know I will never touch it again after 20 years of being a smoker and smelling like one.
    THANK YOU!

    Diana
  • Just wanted to let you know I haven’t considered having a smoke since I attended the session early in October.
    All the usual triggers that led to me wanting one are still there, and probably more so at times. I am still amazed at the fact that there is absolutely no desire to have one. I can’t imagine that I would ever take it up again.
    Thanks again.

    Ray H
  • Hi, my name is Rebecca. I finished listened to easyway stop smoking audio book last Thursday night. I am amazed because I feel like I have always been a non-smoker. I can’t believe I wasted all that time in the last 13 years because I was too busy smoking. Thank You very much for giving back my life!

    Rebecca
  • I didn’t realise how much time I wasted during the day smoking. – I now have a lot of free time! Unlike a lot of ex smokers I don’t notice the smell of cigarettes and can’t notice the smell in my car even tho’ I smoked in my car for nine years. I can sit down with others while they smoke and it does not worry me in the least.

    Neale

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  • You helped me stop smoking about 3 months ago in Adelaide, and I would like to thank you very much for what you have done for me, and what you do. It was the most positive thing that I have done for myself for a long time, perhaps in my life!
    I didn’t think I would be able to stop on my own, and I walked out of that place a non-smoker. Just like you said. That switch has been flicked, and the chain broken. And it was EMBARRASINGLY easy.
    When I got back to my car that day after the session I broke down and cried. I cried! Because I realized in that short amount of time, how foolish I had been over the many years, and how I had been lying to myself. I was crying at how instantly happy I had just become.
    People ask “oh, how long have you quit for?” The thing is, I don’t even know the exact time, like they’re expecting me to. I guess because most people keep track of this sort of thing. I’m not keeping track, of the minutes or days, none of that is important, because I stepped out of that door and just continued on with my life, however this time, as a non smoker.
    And another thing – I didn’t know I was going to the clinic until THAT MORNING! Some of my friends had chipped in to pay for the clinic, and surprised me with it that morning. So from someone who wouldn’t have necessarily stopped on his own, not even knowing what was going to happen that day, to walking out that door a non smoker, that was a life changing day.
    You change people’s lives –
    Thank you

    Jack B
  • I am very proud of myself thanks to you.
    I had a hens night on the 3rd of October and woke up in a crap mood and didn’t want to go to
    the hens night convinced that I was going to have a shit time, there was no way I was going to have fun
    Without my smokes.
    Well i had a great time had a few beers, a jelly shot of something, a blue drink in the limo and a shot of tequila,
    told the hen and her friend the were pathetic for smoking, sang some awful karaoke, had a Japanese meal and to
    my surprise didn’t have a very bad hangover.
    Then had my best friend mums 60th on Sat night 80% of this crowd smoked and I had the monster in my head
    at least 20 times thru the night just one it will be okay, one won’t hurt, sneak around the back blah blah.
    but I got thru it.
    Then on Sunday we had our traditional Bathurst day at a friends all the guys sit in the carport and smoke and
    drink and watch the cars go round and round and round and round enough to make you want to start smoking.
    (Now that’s boring). And the girls sit in the garden and do girl stuff with our beer and smokes.
    There is 6 of us girls all smoke except me now and 9 guys 8 heavy smokers 1 gave up 10 yrs ago.
    I now feel i have been put in every situation that i felt i couldn’t do it without my smokes boy was i wrong.
    I have more time on my hands, I’m not yelling at my kids as much, that awful feeling in the mornings of being lethargic
    and the morning headache is going.
    Sounds crazy but last night I smelt my husband’s fingers because I used to like the smell of nicotine on my fingers
    And I almost dry reached. (Don’t tell anyone that)
    I feel I have dealt with the monster in my belly still working on the one in my head but he’s getting weaker.
    Thanks Diane
    I don’t want to be nagging at all my smoking friends and family but i did drop subtle hints.

    Lisa
  • 1. It was originally because of health concerns that I decided to go to Easyway – and I’m glad. My health has improved significantly. I can now powerwalk without getting breathless and have taken up yoga.
    2. I had a big issue with the smell of smoke on my hands and clothing at work and washed my hands every time I had a smoke. Don’t have to do that anymore !! I also washed my hair every day because of the smoke smell and now don’t have to. It took a while to get out of the habit though.
    3. Not enough time in the day ……. with not going outside every hour or so, and not washing my hands each time, not going to the shop for smokes every day, I think I’ve saved quite a lot of time.
    4. AND… because I’m not going to the shop for smokes every day, I’ve saved heaps more money by not buying things I really don’t need.. like the chocolate bar and soft drink, magazine or newspaper etc etc.
    5. My skin and eyes have noticeably improved – both appear clearer and less wrinkly, I look healthier, – these are comments from others. (wow)
    6. I actually felt deprived of a ciggie when my friends were still smoking and I wasn’t. Now I’ve seen the angst they are still going through, I definitely don’t feel deprived.
    7. I am happier visiting the grandchildren and not sneaking outside for a quick ciggie…..
    Ohhhhh – the freedom !!! I now know just how enslaved I was.
    Thanks Dianne – I have happily recommended Easyway to some family members and am waiting for them to make the committment. I does get easier.

    Tina
  • I just wanted to let you know that, so far, I am still a non smoker, and 95% of the time, I am feeling so good about it.
    I do have the odd time when I feel a little strange, but not once have I had the desire to light a cigarette.
    Its hard to explain what I’m feeling – just a little void or emptiness maybe? However, this feeling usually passes, and I am back on top of the world again pretty quickly.
    I hope the others on the course that day (30 Dec) have also been successful. I was so sure that I would be the one to fall at the first hurdle, and to my surprise, I do actually find it easy. It is unbelievable.
    My mother is convinced I am taking some form of drugs as she just cannot believe that I am in such high spirits and full of enthusiasm.
    I know it has only been just over 2 weeks, but I have it firmly set in my mind that I will never light a cigarette up ever again. I just keep reminding myself that it was that first cigarette that started me on that awful slippery road and I never want to be a slave to nicotine again.
    I am in shock as to how simple it has been Dianne, and want to thank you for your assistance.
    I look forward to seeing you on Tuesday the 9th Feb 2010. I will, by then, have been a non smoker for 6 weeks. What Joy!!!

    Jackie
  • Yes, I am delighted to say that the nasty little nicotine monster is dead!!!
    I already feel amazing in such a short time – I have more energy, I have been exercising, I feel happier in general. My friends and family are also commenting that there is a noticeable difference in my appearance such as my eyes & skin being clearer and just looking “brighter” overall!
    I was initially a little sceptical, thinking how can a 1 day course remove my desire to smoke but it absolutely did and I have to say I have suffered very little.
    On Sunday evening after the course, I was a little teary (I don’t know why, but just a little emotional) but did not want to smoke – the next few days, although I didn’t want a cigarette, I found myself a little lost ….
    sometimes, I would go to have a cigarette and then remind myself that I was no longer a smoker – it was a habitual thing rather than actually wanting a cigarette. I had to travel to Sydney for work on Thursday last week, and spent Thursday night in a beer garden at a pub in the city surrounded with smokers and had absolutely no desire to smoke – I think that was my time of revelation, I am no longer a smoker and never will be.
    I will certainly recommend Easyway to my friends, I feel amazing all thanks to you and Easyway.
    Thank you so much for setting me free!My brother who lives in Sydney is very interested!

    Kerri
  • I am still not smoking.
    – I was ‘forced’ to go by my partner so whilst I had played with giving up smoking previously never done it seriously.
    – We were planning to get pregnant so if was probably good timing to go on the course
    – Course was great and very effective!
    – The first week was a little tense but after that it was smooth sailing and very much like the ‘magic pill’
    – I often say to other smokers it is the magic pill and you are never left wanting another cigarette, never envious of others smoking which is a great feeling.
    – I love not thinking of cigarettes and basically have my life back.
    If you want to send this info o, more than happy for you to do so.

    Kirsten Cox

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  • I’m still going strong and I had realised that I’d been off them for a year. To me it’s not so much about the money (although it is good to save a bit), it’s about the fact that as someone who smoked at least 200 cigarettes a week, that’s more than 10,400 smokes that I haven’t sucked into my poor long-suffering lungs!

    Chris
  • Couldn’t be happier and I’ve been spreading the word about the course and highly recommending it to all who want to stop smoking.
    One of the girls at work is trying to do it cold turkey and she’s craving but I’m not. Thanks once again for helping me be a better me.

    Melissa H
  • If I could convince all smokers to see you, I would. Finally I worked out why the hell I felt trapped for so long. It’s like a feeling of needing to break through a brick wall only to discover once your out that the wall was made of paper. Thank you, Thank you…

    Wadih H
  • Thanks for the session on Saturday – it was brilliant! I have been raving to friends since and can’t quite get over that mental image of all those cigarettes in the middle of the room and how poisonous they are. I am relieved and excited to have had my last one!

    Gail L
  • Loving life…..faced my hardest days both on boxing day and new years day….regardless of the state of incapacitation or during its progression not once did i think about having a cigarette. I was in awe at how my mind and body achieved something which after the day, seemed so easy…
    My brother who lives in Sydney is very interested!

    Matthew Wayne
  • When I went to my seminar I had tried everything to quit and I was quietly despairing that I was gong to die a smoker or at best, manage to quit only to long for cigarettes for the rest of my life. I was also the person convinced I’d be in the small percentage who it didn’t work for. It’s been nearly 4 years and I’m still so happily off cigarettes and truly know that I’ll never go back. It’s such a relief and pleasure to be free from that miserable addiction. I never miss them and I only wish I could convince more people to give this method a go with an open mind. It was such a huge help to me.

    Petra Yared
  • It’s amazing…I have not touched a cigarette since our session on the 6th February. My husband in particular is very impressed as he was very sceptical about this method of quitting. I had a few tough days right in the beginning, but no major withdrawal, it was extremely easy.
    Thank you so much for helping me, I could not have done it without you – I have already told the whole world about Allen Carr’s Easy Way – please feel free to use me as a point of reference anytime.

    Val Saffy
  • I would like to thank you and Allen Carr for giving me back my life. I attended your course on Sunday and already I know that I will never smoke again!!! The MONSTER is all but dead YEH! Yesterday was a bit difficult but thanks to you I was prepared and able to fight him and win. I woke up this morning and felt GREAT!
    So once again a big thank you. I will tell every smoker that will listen how great the course is and that It DOES WORK!

    Vicki
  • I wrote this poem morning after the great booster session we had yesterday. I t helped me
    reinforce my commitment.
    Yesterday I used to smoke my life away
    enslaved, I was at the thought of my next smoke
    soaked in vile smells, wrapped in dull food
    tottering outside, smoking one, and one more.
    Early today breakfast came, I had coffee
    rejoicing, knowing I won’t need that first puff
    drawing weekly plans in my pink diary
    and taking one step ahead, remembering
    Yesterday I’d only move in small circles.

    Anne Marie

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