Love Not Smoking: Do Something Different by Professors Karen Pine and Ben Fletcher
Well what is there to love about smoking? At best it makes you smell horrible and at worst it will kill you. Yet people become addicted to tobacco and for many that addiction is just too strong to break.
However Professors Karen Pine and Ben Fletcher of the University of Hertfordshire, have come up with a six week Love Not Smoking programme which uses proven psychological techniques to help you:
Love Not Smoking, published by Hay House, is divided into three parts. Part 1 is all about the programme and has chapters on how to help someone to quit and how to involve the children plus case studies.
Part 2 is the six week Love Not Smoking: Do something Different programme: each day has a task to fulfill complete with facts and tips to help you on your way.
Part 3 concentrates on Relapse Prevention.
Judging by the number of hits our quitting smoking articles receive, giving up smoking is a priority for so many people so Parenting Without Tears is delighted to be able to offer ten copies of Love Not Smoking: Do something Different to ten lucky readers.
To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this simple question:
Who publishes Love Not Smoking: Do something Different?
Winners will be the senders of the first ten correct emails opened at random after 4pm on 29 March, 2011. Only one entry per household.
If you want to start the programme now buy Love Not Smoking: Do Something Different from Amazon.