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Allen Carr's Easy Way to Quit Emotional Eating

Set Yourself Free from Binge-Eating and Comfort-Eating
Narrated by: Gabrielle Glaister
Length: 6 hrs and 39 mins
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Do you eat when you're not hungry? Or when you're angry and upset? Do you eat to control your feelings?

Allen Carr's Easyway is the most successful self-help stop-smoking method of all time. It has helped millions of smokers all over the world to quit and has since been used to treat other addictions such as drinking and gambling. Allen Carr's Easyway method works by unravelling the brainwashing that leads us to desire the very thing that is harming us, meaning that we are freed from the addiction rather than merely restricting our behaviour. 

The Easyway method has now been applied to the problem of emotional eating. With Allen Carr's Easyway method, you can eat as much of your favourite foods as you want, whenever you want, as often as you want and be the exact weight you want to be, without dieting, special exercise, using willpower or feeling deprived. 

Do you find that difficult to believe? Listen to this audiobook.

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  • 06-09-2020

I get it, but still

Why the constant preaching on smoking? I get the analogy but it's waaaay overused. Also, what's the point of the witchy narration? She sounds like a smoker, too - which is weird when she speaks about smoking 99% of the time. Half of the book is mainly "Easy Way is better than x" --- well then, prove it, stop comparing and talk about your damn Way. Good-ish info but all of these things made me want to scream