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The only stop smoking book to explicitly use CBT.
1: Introduction 1: WHY PEOPLE SMOKE 1: First things first 2: An abusive relationship 3: Giving up 4: Ex-smokers are the worst 5: Peer pressure and the first time 6: Brainwashing 2: THE BASICS OF ADDICTION 7: The myth of nicotine addiction 8: Understanding the effects of nicotine 9: Getting to grips with addiction 10: Cravings 11: The power of the mind 12: Willpower 13: Life without smoke 14: Why do people keep smoking? 3: YOUR THOUGHTS ABOUT SMOKING 15: The lies we tell ourselves 16: Thinking errors 17: Reasons to continue vs reasons to quit 18: The stages of change 19: Getting stuck 20: Heroin 21: Ambivalence 22: Desire 23: Coping strategies 24: Cues 25: Timeline 26: Weight worries 27: Physical benefits of not smoking 4: ACTION 28: Preparing for action 29: Set a date 30: Detoxify your house 31: Getting rid of smoking paraphernalia 32: Reducing before stopping 33: Tell a friend 34: Write a contract 35: Money talks 36: Nicotine replacement therapies or medications 37: Avoiding triggers and breaking routines 38: When triggers remain 39: Withdrawals 40: Dealing with relapse 41: Q&As 42: Conclusion: The best thing you've ever done 43: Resources 44: Acknowledgements 45: Index
Dr Max Pemberton is a doctor, journalist and writer. He is a columnist for The Daily Telegraph, writing weekly on news events concerning culture, social and ethical issues, the politics of health care and the NHS. He is also a columnist for Reader s Digest and a regular contributor to the Mail On Sunday. He has written three books- Trust Me I m a Junior Doctor, Where Does It Hurt? and The Doctor Will See You Now. He s also fronted the investigative strand on Channel Four s primetime series How Not to Get Old.
"A fresh approach to quitting for life" -- Natasha Harding * The Sun *