A COMPASSIONATE GUIDE TO HELPING YOURSELF QUIT SMOKING, WITH OR WITHOUT A PARTNER
The book the Tobacco Lobby doesn't want you to read
DAVID OLIVER ANTONUCCIO, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Nevada School of Medicine and Faculty, Fielding Graduate University
Illustrations by Mark Eugene Antonuccio
Revised 2013 Edition
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1) Fill out the Partner Interaction Questionnaire to see whether your partner will help or hurt your chances of quitting smoking. Because this is an ebook we suggest you dedicate a notebook to your self-improvement and include your responses to the exercises in that notebook along with any other observations you’d like to keep handy.
2) Examine the entire Federal Trade Commission listing of 475 varieties of domestic cigarettes to find out which brands have the most and least amount of nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide.
3) Included are two books in one, one for the smoker and one for the smoker's partner. The smoker's step-by-step guide, which is based on the latest research on how to quit smoking, may be used with or without a partner. The partner's book will help a friend or loved one stop nagging you while supporting your effort to quit.