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The Smoke-free Smoke Break

Stop Smoking Now With Mindfulness & Acceptance
Somov, Pavel G. (Book - 2011)
The Smoke-free Smoke Break
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As a smoker, you know how comforting stepping out for a smoke can be. Smoke breaks are relaxing rituals that can help you cope with stress, keep perspective, and feel good. So why give them up? With The Smoke-Free Smoke Break , you don't have to. This groundbreaking approach presents a complete plan for quitting smoking safely by helping you transform your smoke breaks into a powerful self-care routine for managing stress and cravings.The exercises and meditations in this program are designed to make it easy for you to mindfully manage stress, control cravings, and prevent relapse. Long after you've quit, you'll continue to enjoy smoke-free smoke breaks to help you feel calm, relaxed, and in control throughout the day.
Authors: Somov, Pavel G.
Title: The smoke-free smoke break
stop smoking now with mindfulness & acceptance
Publisher: Oakland, Calif. : New Harbinger Publications, c2011
Characteristics: viii, 212 p. ;,23 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Pavel G. Somov, Marla J. Somova
Contents: Foreword
Part 1: Flying high: the psychology of smoking and quitting
Smoking as such
An unofficial apology
Skip the drive-through and sit down
Part 2: Reducing altitude: preparing to quit
Awakening the smoking zombie: mind work
The breath wind of change: breath work
Part 3: Destination abstinence: craving-control training
Craving-control skillpower
Smoking air
Training as if you were on fire
Part 4: Landing gear: recovery-maintenance skills
Platform of choice awareness
Platform of self-acceptance
Broadening the margin of error
Platform of dosed self-care
Mindful oral coping
Part 5: The final approach: testing and quitting
Testing your skills readiness
Touchdown on a quit date
Part 6: Destination harm reduction: mindful smoking
Seven-plus paths of tobacco harm reduction
Mindful smoking
Final destination: life!
Additional Contributors: Somova, Marla J.
ISBN: 1608820017
Branch Call Number: 616.86506 S6979s 2011
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references
Subject Headings: Smoking Psychological aspects Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy Smoking cessation
Topical Term: Smoking
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Smoking cessation
LCCN: 2011027864
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This book is always available in the PlaneTree Health Information Center @ Cupertino Library. CE 507 S 2011


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