"Dr. Seidman brings a wealth of 20 years experience to his approach to helping smokers. The wisdom learned through years of running a successful clinic is now available to you in this book, through a program which has already helped thousands achieve freedom from smoking!
The book takes readers through a clear step-by-step program, helping them rebuild their emotional confidence so they can outsmart the addiction and leave behind the mental compulsion to smoke and the emotional dependence on smoking that the chemical addiction breeds.
If you are a smoker and want family members to better understand the problem you are facing, this book can help. If you are a family member or friend and want to understand how best to help a smoker, this book can help. Because this book is written by someone with a deep knowledge and experience in this area, it will ring true to the smoker who is truly looking for a lifeline out of smoking."
From the FOREWORD by Mehmet Oz, M.D.
"Alas! How I wish I'd had this book twenty-five years ago when I nearly went gaga trying to stop smoking. (I finally did). It is so sensible, so readable. I am sure it will shorten, probably even eliminate, the agony for many people who are struggling right now to quit. Where were you, Dr. Seidman, when I needed you?"
Harvey Cox, Hollis Research Professor of Divinity at Harvard and author of The Future of Faith
"Dan Seidman has given us a thoughtful, concise, and invaluable book. Read it. Recognize yourself. Quit."
Dr. Allan M. Lans, former Director of the Employee Assistance Program for the New York Mets
Watch the online video interview with Dr. Seidman from the Wall Street Journal article "Rise of the Part-Time Smoker" published on January 12, 2010:
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