Monday, January 7, 2013

How To Quit Smoking in 2013

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Hi guys, if you’ll remember, quitting smoking was one of my 2012 Beauty New Year’s resolutions, and I did, in fact, kick the habit in May of last year. But how am I doing, now six months later?

I am so happy to announce that I have continued to be smoke-free and it was infinitely easier than nicotine patches, lozenges, gum, and Chantix! I’ve tried all of the above with no long-term success.

Dr. Roberta Temes hypnotized me via phone, and it took less than an hour plus a flat fee of 250 bucks for me to achieve this seemingly impossible goal. Smoking cessation through hypnosis may seem like a pricey gamble, but if you are anything like me, $250 is nothing compared to the cost of cigs for a month or two. And what I learned from Dr. Roberta is that everyone can be hypnotized, even if they think that they can’t. This is not hocus-pocus; it’s science.

Dr. Roberta is a psychotherapist with a Ph.D. in counseling psychology. Having practiced psychotherapy for more than 35 years in New York City, she is currently a faculty member at Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn. She is available for hypnosis by phone, and it really, really works.

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In her book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Hypnosis, above, Dr. Roberta outlines how hypnosis works, and why. She also reveals what a qualified hypnotist can do. In fact, Dr. Roberta has documented results improving performance in athletes and even helping with negative characteristics such as procrastination.

I really need to call her again, because I tend to procrastinate myself, but I just keep putting it off. Maybe some day I’ll finally get around to it.

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