I smoked since I was 13 years old. I am now
32. I tried all the regular ways to quit and cut back, a couple of times I even
almost managed, but always "fell off the wagon” after a while. Reading this book
took the wagon away, there is no longer a wagon to fall off. The road is mine
to walk as I wish, without the burden of trying to keep my balance on a wagon.
I honestly lost track of my smoke free time now, I had to check the calendar to
see when my last day with nicotine was. That’s the beauty of this way, I no
longer care about it. I don’t feel the need to keep track of it. I don’t walk
around thinking about not doing it. I don’t miss it. I’m not bothered by other
smokers. I neither envy nor pity smokers I come across.
But once in a while, like today, I come across something that reminds me that I
was once a heavy smoker, and smile to myself. It feel so distance. As a memory
of a dream.
I can completely and honestly say, I am
free. And still feel joy of being free those few times it does cross my mind.
Also my health improved in a way I didn’t
think possible. All those separate issues I had, that I blamed on other
different things, are solved!
My feet and hands no longer turn to icicle, as they used to do even during
summer. My circulation is normal and no longer constantly freeze. I thought it
was just the way I was, but it was the smokes all along!
I can breathe smell and taste things in a way I didn’t know was possible!
I don’t get common colds as often as I used to.
My nails and hair look a million times healthier. My teeth are no longer
But best of all: my 2 year constant mucus cough is completely gone!!! I can
breathe so easy and clearly. Running isn’t even a problem any more!
Thank you Allen Carr, you saved my life.