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Cassius Cheong's Positively Quit Manual is the thinking person's guide to stop smoking. The Manual works best for smokers who are rational, open-minded and determined to quit for good. If this description fits you, you'll likely find it a useful tool to help you stop smoking for good. Visit for more details.

"Cassius Cheong has done a marvelous job of (1) identifying essential cognitive, behavioral, social/situational, and biological elements of the smoking habit, (2) distilling these down to very manageable proportions, then (3) turning it into a smoking cessation plan." -Dr. Carl G. Hindy, Clinical Psychologist, Nashua, NH

"Positively Quit Manual by Cassius Cheong is like a big gift in a small package. The little book has many nuggets of wisdom.  I recommend the book for smokers who want to quit positively."-Neharika Vohra, Ph.D, Social Psychology, Professor, Indian Institute of Management(edited by author)
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ISBN-10:  9810844891
ISBN-13:  978-9810844899
Author:  Cassius Cheong
Publisher:  Pulse Research
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review by . August 20, 2010
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+1 to the other reviewers; by the time you've read all the reviews, you could have read the book. As they say, it's not hard to stop. I've done it thousands of times. It's the staying stopped that's the problem.    At this point in history, most of the "easy quits" have quit. Smoking has been ostracized to the point that there's just not a whole lot of intersection between smokers and non-smokers, not like there used to be, and I don't know how much influence "we" have over "them." …
review by . July 04, 2010
I am neither a smoker nor have I ever smoked. However, many of my family members are smokers and nothing pains me more than to see them ruining their health and the health of those around them with this noxious habit. I would really like to help them and everyone else who may need assistance with quitting. In my opinion there cannot be enough publications out there that help people with quitting, and thankfully there have indeed been many books, pamphlets and websites that aid people in this pursuit. …
review by . March 30, 2010
It doesn't take very long to read "Cassius Cheong's Positively Quit Manual: the Thinking Person's Guide to Smoking Cessation." In less than 55 pages, Cheong gets his point across quickly: the desire to quit smoking must be real in order to turn the desire into a reality.     Let's face it: everyone knows that smoking and good health does not go hand-in-hand. No-brainer, right? Not in all cases. Unless you've been living under a rock for the last forty years and have avoided magazines, …
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