Allen Carr's Easyway have helped over 30 million people to stop without willpower. Read tips on how to quit drinking alcohol & avoid alcohol withdrawal. Allen Carr established himself as the world's greatest authority on helping people stop smoking, and his internationally best-selling Easy Way to Stop Smoking. Author By Allen Carr. Read Allen Carr s Easy Way for Women to Stop Smoking Allen Carr Online. Read Alcohol Lied to Me: The Intelligent Way to Escape Alcohol Addiction Cra.

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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Allen Carr established himself as the world's greatest authority on helping people stop smoking and his internationally best-selling Easy Way to Stop Smoking has been published in over 40 languages and sold more than 10 million copies.

With startling insight into why we drink and clear, s Allen Carr established himself as the world's greatest authority on helping people stop smoking and his internationally best-selling Easy Way to Stop Smoking has been published in over 40 languages and sold more than 10 million copies. With startling insight into why we drink and clear, simple, step-by-step instructions, he shows you the way to escape from the "alcohol trap" in the time it takes to read this book.

His unique method removes the feeling of deprivation and works without using willpower. Allen dispels our illusions about alcohol, removes the psychological dependence and sets you free to enjoy life to the full. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published December 1st by Arcturus Publishing first published May More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Nov 05, Clayton rated it it was amazing. This book gives you ironclad common-sense-based reasoning for quitting drinking. The premise is that all drinking, whether it causes you harm at that particular point in life or not, is perpetuated solely by a set of cognitive errors ingrained in our culture.

It makes loads more sense than the common viewpoint presented by Alcoholics Anonymous and most doctors who ultimately encourage drinking by reinforcing the myth of the "normal drinker" and that there really is something you're missing out This book gives you ironclad common-sense-based reasoning for quitting drinking. It makes loads more sense than the common viewpoint presented by Alcoholics Anonymous and most doctors who ultimately encourage drinking by reinforcing the myth of the "normal drinker" and that there really is something you're missing out on if you quit--which is a lie , and gives clear, non-judgmental advice about actually stopping.

Even if you're a casual drinker, reading this will take the magic away from drinking. Most of that magic is highlighting that alcoholics are alcoholics purely because of alcohol and nothing more, and the fact that all the things you enjoy--yes every single thing, including Christmas and parties--are exactly the same without drinking, and would likely be even more fun without it.

And there is absolutely no credible argument against Allen Carr's reasoning here. That sounds obvious but again, the cognitive errors are so deep and automatic that in order to remove them, such obvious advice is necessary. It works like a charm, but only if the reader is already in a state to objectively analyze their attitudes towards alcohol. View 1 comment. Aug 28, Lance Hardy rated it it was ok.

There was no way this book was getting more than a couple stars. While I appreciated some of his points on personal, corporate and social brainwashing, there was far too much repetition and outright untruths to totally download in on the methodology. On the former, I see it every day in my life, my consumption of marketing and entertainment and the area I live in. When the area you live in proudly opens a new craft brewery every other month, when the plethora of outdoor events and sponsored competitions are always preceded by or concluded with a drink fest - it's not hard to see the heavy and insistent influence and conviction of 'normalcy' in a life filled with alcohol consumption.

But the latter But he also insists that any and all alcohol doesn't taste good to anyone ever, and if we think it does we're just lying to ourselves. There are many straight spirits, beers and wine varietals that I find unpleasant or foul. But a lovely Scotch, herbal gin, sweet cabernet, or bourbon barrel aged beer can taste fantastic. My taste buds aren't lying to me - it's actually very enjoyable to consume.

So my positive takeaway is a new clarity regarding my relationship with alcohol. It's a choice and not a necessity. View all 3 comments. Nov 23, Caitlin rated it it was amazing. This worked for me! My drinking was destroying my life and my relationships. I felt out of control.

Not even a little. That is the greatest thing about this.

Totally did not work!!! Dec 03, Diana Ubilla rated it it was ok Shelves: I actually think there is more positive in this book than not. It did help me have a shift in thinking about alcohol as an addictive substance just like all other 'vilified' addictive substances out there think heroin, nicotine. Best I can explain - I don't use heroin because I have decided at some point in my life that the high is not worth the risk of using it.

I'd imagine that it's vilification and it being illegal played a large role in that. The other way I'd conceptualize it is comparing I actually think there is more positive in this book than not. The other way I'd conceptualize it is comparing it to smoking cigarettes- i don't smoke bc I've decided that the health risk of cigs are not worth the health effects of smoking cigarettes. Now I understand alcohol in a similar way- addictive and dangerous.

Of course I knew these things about alcohol on some level but I do feel like this book made a shift in my mind regarding alcohol. I also agree that for most people there is a psychological addiction to alcohol what he calls The big monster and that the physical addiction is for most people minimal.

I do believe this to be true but he also bases a large portion of the book on the premise that most people get that restless, antsy, anxious and "I want a drink" feeling because alcohol is leaving their system this they are, on some level, physically addicted he calls this The little monster.

He states that once one stops drinking it will only take days up to 10 to 'kill the little monster' i.

Withdraw and that any withdrawal symptoms on has are mostly psychological and that even physical symptoms of withdrawal are psychological. While I agree that likely most people are not so physically addicted that they will be at rush for 'the shakes' as he calls them Read potential seizures or DY's he majorly minimizes this and this could be dangerous and potentially life threatening for a portion of people who are THAT physically addicted.

He is irresponsible in not mentioning this. That said, I could see how this book would be very helpful on a journey to sobriety in many ways. Sweet Little Lies. Caz Frear. Dan Harris.

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The review must be at least 50 characters long. I said your problem would be cured in four hours. Toothache itself can be cured immediately by filling or extracting the tooth. Recovery from toothache can take longer. Your gums might remain sore for several days. But no matter how sore your gums are, when you walk out of the dentist you feel great, particularly if it is the final visit.

This is true of any problem whether it be physical or mental: The greater the problem, the longer you have suffered it and the more convinced you are that there is no solution, the more exhilarated you will feel when you find that solution. But surely there cannot be quick and easy solutions to long term and highly complex problems like alcoholism?

Imagine you were imprisoned in a cell with a combination lock. You could spend years trying to discover the combination and never succeed. But if I gave you the combination, you would be freed easily, instantly and permanently. It offers exactly the same cure and is complete in itself. The clinics and the book are separate methods of communicating the same cure. The clinic has the advantage in that you can ask questions and dispute points with a trained therapist.

You cannot do that with a book and some people find this frustrating. The therapist is also trained to detect if you have missed an important point. Clearly a book cannot do this.

I have stated that the cure is immediate. Obviously it is only instantaneous from completion of the cure. The therapy at the clinic usually consists of just a single session lasting about four hours.

The cure with the book will take as long as it takes you to finish reading it. The book has the advantage in that you can read it at your leisure. But this can in reality be a disadvantage.

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I frequently receive letters saying something like:. My daughter bought your book for me three years ago. I finished it ten days ago. How right you were. Why did I waste those three years? Why indeed? In a session a person is more likely to stay the course. Like most people, I loathe instruction books, most of which are about as exciting as watching paint dry. So I have made every effort to make the content of this book interesting. I hope I have been successful enough for you to finish it, because this book is in fact a guaranteed self-help cure to your drink problem.

In fact, your problem is over once you understand the information contained herein. To do that you need to be fresh and sober, so you can concentrate. Some people read the book at a single sitting, however that is not something that I would recommend. I have stated that the cure is guaranteed. At the clinics we give you your money back if we fail to cure you you will find information about this at the end of the book.

I regret that it is not practical to give a money-back guarantee with this book. You are no doubt wondering why some people fail and whether you are likely to be one of the unlucky ones. The cure is guaranteed in that it will work for anyone provided they follow all the instructions.

If they do follow all the instructions, they will find it incredibly easy to solve their drinking problem with Easyway. Most people actually find it enjoyable. You might be thinking:. The instructions will be something like: In fact, if you did follow that simple instruction it would certainly solve your drinking problem. But I doubt that you would be very happy and no way would we receive recommendations, or achieve a success rate in excess of 90 percent, if the method went no further than that.

Perhaps you are now thinking:.

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I see the snag. The instructions are so complicated that it will take an Einstein to follow them, and Allen Carr will blame me for not being intelligent enough to understand his method and succeed.

If you have the intelligence to read this book, you have the intelligence to succeed. All you need to do is to follow the instructions.

Picture each instruction as one of the numbers of that combination lock. Your first instruction is to:. Remember, over 90 percent of clients who attend our clinics succeed.

They do so because they follow all the instructions, which are for use during the session. Likewise, the instructions are for use as you read the book. Your second instruction is:. Read the book as you would a detective story.

That is in fact what it is. The drugs trap is just about the biggest confidence trick in the history of mankind. Abraham Lincoln said:.


I believe drug addiction did just that, until I discovered Easyway. Like all confidence tricks, drug addiction can fool intelligent people. This book differs from most mysteries in that it has alternative endings.Please review your cart. The 5 Second Rule. Remove them from Saved? Write your review. Include information about what and how much you drank as well as where you were.

Newly updated, this third edition of the audiobook includes two new chapters. Even today — new ways of describing or labelling the effects of drinking on our behaviour seem to appear as each week passes. Lucy Rocca. Item s unavailable for download. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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