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I am an M.D and there are situations in which I can't use the phocamralogical approach to quitting. Some have had medication interactions while others simply did not want to add another prescription to their long list of medication. Then I have had patients that were eager to try the patch, Zyban, Clonidine, and or Chantix, but it would worked for about 6 months but when things went wrong in their life, they went back to smoking. Smoking cessation groups, and or psychotherapy can be problematic especially if their insurance won't cover the sessions. I heard recently about Joe Weaver's book the Tao of Quitting Smoking and how it is a spiritual approach to quitting. Has anyone read it. Now, of course I know there is no magic book that works for everyone. I have recommended Allen Carr's book, with not go within: Mind, Body, and Spirit. I have recommended Mr. Weaver's book and have had 1 success for 1.5 years. Looking for other books that you have read, which take a spiritual approach.
Date Added: 12/25/2012 by Guest