Stop Smoking

Stop Smoking : Be Healthier, Wealthier & Wiser

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I know what I'm talking about. I was a smoker for 39 years from the age of 12, and I can honestly say that I wished I never started smoking at all. Despite the odd time when I got some perceived relief or comfort from a cigarette, being a smoker was miserable in the extreme! Before anyone uses my length of smoking without apparent harm to me, as an argument not to quit, I can tell you now that I feel I dodged a bullet! I was lucky - so far. Who knows what is around the corner. Sometimes it takes years for cancers to develop, even though you have quit smoking. Let me start by saying there is no quick fix and no magic formula to stop smoking. Granted, there are aids to help you give up but at the end of the day, you can only stop smoking if you really want to. Don't stop and you will die earlier than you should. What I will attempt to do in this eBook is to make you want to decide give up for your own reasons. Those reasons could be for health reasons, for your children's sake, for financial reasons, or for social reasons. Strength of will is important in giving up. You have to want to give up and stick with it. T By the way, at the same time that I gave up smoking, I gave up alcohol completely. I realized that I was giving in to another habit and one that was truly addictive. Quit smoking now! You are stronger willed than you give yourself credit for!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.29mm | 108.86g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1507849990
  • 9781507849996

About Brian Parkin

Brian lives at Forest Lake, 20 km south west of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia, with his wife Ivanka. He originated from a little coal mining village in County Durham in the north east of England, went to St Aidan's Grammar School in Sunderland and then joined the Royal Air Force in 1967, leaving as a Warrant Officer in 1991. During his service in the military, he was stationed at many places overseas and was involved in the Falklands Conflict and the first Gulf War, Desert Storm. Brian has a love of wildlife photography and produced a photo book "The Lake at Forest Lake" of all the different birds that visit the lake. His bestselling "Lighting Diagrams" eBook about lighting setups for studio portraits has achieved #1 for its category on Amazon. His "Simply Exposure: A Light Bulb Moment" was written for those who have bought a digital SLR and are not sure about how to get the perfect exposure for their images. He has written 3 novels: "Deadly Inheritance," Manifesto for a Serial Killer" and "The Cheng Sung Connection." Brian has always had a love of writing from his days as a senior government policy writer. When he retired in 2010, he wrote articles and eBooks for Photography Talk and then branched out on his own to write for more