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Lighting Up: How I Stopped Smoking, Drinking, and Everything Else I Loved in Life Except Sex Paperback – December 27, 2005
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Dr. Winters said that underneath any addiction is a deep depression. Read it and find out what it means to you.
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This book was an essential component in helping me quit over 10 years ago. The author is hilarious - it is very NY-ey. A wonderful tool.Published 3 months ago by Elizabeth
A fantastic, funny, smart, and enlightening memoir!! Easily accessible while simultaneously profoundly deep. Pick it up and enjoy!!Published 7 months ago by Josh
This book was amazingly inspirational! I read it the night before starting therapy myself, and it was just the prep I needed to dive in head first. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sara Kate Astrove
Just read it! I sometimes felt she was writting about me on the smoking issues, the other part was just great reading recommend to anyone who has addictionsPublished 13 months ago by Kim Henderson
I really liked this book. It was funny, insightful and real, and I couldn't put it down.Published 16 months ago by jernessa
I read this because I am trying to quit smoking and I had read a blogger's post that recommended it highly. I loved the read. It was fun -- truly spirited, honest and engaging. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ingrid Michelsen
I absolutely loved this book - I've never really seriously been addicted to anything. But as a regular human being who has to endure different types of painful experiences as a... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Vinny Wolf
One of the funniest books I've read. Go on a journey of recovery without ever getting to a 12-step meetingPublished 20 months ago by Jane