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Allen Carr (2 September 1934 – 29 November 2006) was a British author of books about stopping smoking and other psychological dependencies including alcohol addiction. He stopped smoking after 30 years as a hundred-a-day chain smoker.

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Allen Carr (1934-2006) was a chain-smoker for over 30 years. In 1983, after countless failed attempts to quit, he went from 100 cigarettes a day to zero without suffering withdrawal pangs, without using willpower and without putting on weight. He realised that he had discovered what the world had been waiting for - the Easy Way to Stop Smoking, and embarked on a mission to help cure the world's smokers.

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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.In his Easy Way to Control Alcohol Allen applies his revolutionary method to drinking. 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.

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Wizer
Before I begin, I just want to say that this is the first review I have done for Amazon despite being a Prime member for 6+ years. I know I know, you may be thinking I am some lazy bum who does not care about his fellow Amazon shopper....OR realize that this book has made such a large impact on my life and want to share it with as many people as possible. My goal is to give a little background about myself, my struggle and the solution. Even if just one person gets something from this then this review will be a success. Now a little about myself...
I am 26, I have a successful job in the construction industry, have a great group of friends and family and my whole world revolves around cars. Talking, wrenching, watching, driving. It is in my blood. This seems irrelavent now but will make more sense later. I went to a great high school, played all the sports, never did drugs or drank in excess. Yes, I went to parties but it was not a every weekend event. Continued on to college and got a two year degree. I was paying for myself so I could not afford the required classes to get my Bachelors degree and in search of a job I ended up getting into construction.
By the time I was 20 I was probably drinking twice a week steady with some of the older guys I worked with. I turned 21 and without realizing it my drinking had shot through the roof. I was going out and buying this or that to try whether it be hard alcohol or microbrews. I did not think much of it since I was just doing what every other 21 year old was doing, right? Around the age of 23 I realized I had a major problem on my hands. I was buying a pint of Jagermeister a night and could slam the entire bottle in one shot. Of course I left out some details in those two years such as I gained about 60 pounds, ruined the relationship with the girl of my dreams whom I dated for 5 years, I lost touch with friends I had known for years, was now socially and personally using drugs (weed, pills, coke) becuase I was trying to reach a "new drunk" since I had such a high tolerance and I lost touch of reality.
But I always made it to work in time, I made new friends, bought bigger clothes and was just telling myself one continuous excuse after another. So I continued to drink like a fish. Anything and everything. I can not tell you how many times I would slam that pint of Jager, and within an hour was driving to the local liquor store for another pint because I started to early (5:00pm) and didnt want to lose my buzz before bedtime. Being blackout drunk was almost a nightly occourance and the hangovers just became the normal for me. But again, I kept it to myself and figured I would deal with the issue later.
I eventually went to an AA meeting and what the people said there really made sense. They had the same issues as I did. But I did not know how to dedicate an hour a day to it, but more importantly, let everyone know that I was an alcoholic. I did not want that label. I tried stopping through willpower a dozen or so times. That would last about two weeks tops before I gave myself another reason to drink. I would google things and tried the Kudzu root and the vitamin deficiency programs, etc. Nothing worked. I knew I had to stop before I killed myself or someone else. I could not live my life like this. I stumbled across "The Easy Way to Control Alcohol" on Amazon, read some reviews and based off them, it almost seemed to good to be true. I ordered it and was nothing but doubtful.
Once I recieved the book I did not open it up for about three weeks. Why, I am not sure, probably becasue I would have rather drink then read. Once I started, you are given very specific instructions, one of which is continue to drink like normal as long as you read the book sober. I would read a dozen or so pages at a time about every three days and I really took my time, did what he said and comprehended what he wrote. The entire time I was nothing but doubtful that this would work however in the back of my head I was jumping for joy hoping it really would be as easy as Carr said. When I got to the last chapter it probably took me a week to finish it. I was just so apprehensive and nervouse for the "final instructions."
I did it, I completed the book but nothing felt different. Did it work? I went to work the next day and on the way home I avoided all the liquor stores. But it felt more like when I try to quit with the willpower method then a permanent fix. I stayed sober that night. The next day I went to work and did the same thing, avoided the liquor store stop on the way home but only because I felt like I had to. I was walking up to my front step of my house when my best friend whom I have grown up with was working on his car and he yelled over. He asked if I wanted to give him a hand putting a part on his car when he gets off work (9pm). Then it all clicked!
Right then, right there, it all made sense. That was my "Eureka!" moment. I was free. No longer a slave to alcohol and my life revolving around it. At that moment I realized I no longer had to make up another excuse or text him the next day saying how I "fell asleep" when in reality would rather get in a drunken coma then hang out with my best friend and work on cars. So many times I had left car shows/events early or blew off working on a car because I wanted to get drunk. At that moment I knew I would never have to make that decision again and it felt incredible.
Everything Carr said fell into place and not only was I going to be sober, I was going to stay sober and it was going to be easy. I am proud to say I am currently six weeks sober, I have not felt this good since I was about 20 and I have zero desire to drink. This includes going to the bar for lunch with my co-workers, bowling in a league once a week, celebrating New Years Eve, my birthday and attending a wedding. It is a feeling I cannot describe to say I have beaten alcohol.
I know my review has been a little longer then you probably wanted to read, and I could still write more but I just wanted to show that I was your typical jock in high school, I was succeessful at whatever I tried and alcohol still dragged me down to its level. Even then I was still a functioning alcoholic but that did not make it ok. I also wanted to establish just how much alcohol I was drinking on a daily basis and was able to stop just like that. This book is your answer if you have a real desire to quit drinking. You need to follow Carr's instructions exactly as he says, take your time reading it, have an open mind and digest what he says. Just becuase you finish it does not mean your magically cured. You may have to re-read it or let it sink in for a few days. It has changed my life and I am forever thankful for it. I cannot wait to update this review and let everyone know how my sobriety is going and the positive changes it has led to. Thank you for reading and if you have any questions do not hesitate to ask.
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This book does what it says it will do. I actually was deceived by the title....I read it for my own personal health, thinking that I was going to "control" my alcohol consumption to feel better, not realizing that I would be quitting forever. What I wasn't expecting, was it perfectly explains how you have unknowingly fallen into a BS cultural trap, meant to dumb you down into a mundane life, and pay the mafia government a tax for the privilege! I was only drinking 1-3 drinks/day...not enough to make me dysfunctional, but enough to fog my brain without me really recognizing it. OMG, the fog has lifted, and for the first time as an adult, I can think and live with the clarity and sharpness that I had when I was 14 years old! You name it...my work, my relationships with myself and others, my tennis and golf game...every aspect of my life has catapulted into a new realm of understanding, effectiveness, and efficiency!! I started at the age of 17, and pretty much haven't stopped until I was 49. My God, I feel like a kid again! I'll never go back....I'll never drink again! Thank you, Allen Carr!
artman
Words cannot express my gratitude to Allen Carr. If he were still alive I'd send him a bottle of champagne, er, I mean, a dozen roses. After many failed attempts to stop drinking over many years, this book was a real miracle for me.

The key to the success of this book is to read it absolutely thoroughly, mulling over each of the points Allen makes until you are really convicted of the truth in what he says, because it is fully understanding this truth that will kill your desire to drink without the need for willpower or the struggle to resist temptation. No, he doesn't harp about wrecking your liver or shortening your life span; he doesn't insult the intelligence of the alcoholic by droning on about what you already know. Instead, he gently, gradually, and systematically makes you realize that alcohol is not doing for you what you think it is. Once you truly realize that-- and it's different for each person-- the desire to drink disappears.

I had to read the book twice. The first time, I was so eager for the results that I whipped through it and took my "final drink" before I had really thoroughly understood all of Allen's points. Within a few days I realized I was not really ready, that I was still relying on will power not to drink, and I started drinking again. I immediately began rereading the book. By the way, Allen actually requests that you do not attempt to quit or cut down until you finish the book (though you are only to read it while sober), so that you can really experience for yourself what he is saying. Also, until you finish the book, any attempts to cut down will be based solely on willpower, and he wants to free you from that, so reading the entire book is essential before you quit.

The second time I read the book, I pondered each of his points very carefully. Sometimes I wasn't sure whether I agreed with something, and I thought about it and journaled about it until I was certain he was right. By the time I finished the book a couple of weeks later, I was convicted on every single point. He has completely dismantled all the illusions I held about what alcohol did for me.

Allen has you take a "Final Drink" after you finish the book. There are two reasons: one is, so you can experience that last drink with all the knowledge and insights Allen has given you. Second, a final drink allows you to know the exact moment at which you become free, released from the terrible prison of alcohol. I can tell you that that final drink tasted so utterly foul to me that I almost had to choke it down.

Since I quit, the only difficulty I experienced was what Allen described as a slight feeling of insecurity or emptiness, which occurred at the time I would normally drink (for me this would be while cooking in the evening, and afterwards). However, simply by recalling what I learned from the book, any temptation to drink was immediately eradicated without the need for will power.

Not needing will power is such a blessing. To have to use will power to resist the temptation to drink for the rest of your life keeps you chained to the stigma of alcoholism and leaves you stuck with a daily struggle. I can say that since those first few days of that mild insecure feeling, I have been thrilled not to drink, there is no temptation at all, and my life has completely changed. Not drinking has given me back my self-esteem, the respect of my husband and family, hours of productive time each day that are not wasted by being inebriated, no longer feeling like a hypocrite as a holistic health practitioner, no longer waking in the night filled with regrets about things I did or said while drinking, no longer waking up feeling sick and miserable before the day even begins, no longer having to make trips to the liquor store each day, wasting money, trying to disguise how much I drank, no longer feeling hopelessly trapped in the wretched prison of alcohol. Quitting has also opened the door to other health improvements. For example, I can finally follow a cleansing program and diet that required abstaining from alcohol, which was impossible for me before. I'm free!

God bless you, Allen Carr!
Allen Carr's Easyway to Control Alcohol download epub
Author: carr-allen
ISBN: 1848374658
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing; 2 edition (2009)
Pages: 256 pages