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Though only 26 per cent of the UK adult population now smokes (down from a peak of 80 per cent), smoking is actually on the increase among young people. A particular problem exists with teenage girls, though children as young as 8 to 12 are smoking. How to Stop Your Child Smoking, by the foremost expert in the subject, offers a clear, practical guide to parents on how to stop their children smoking, starting with the first rule of Don't Be Complacent. In this unique book Allen Carr addresses a growing problem that all parents worry about. The book includes sections on: -How to communicate freely and openly with your children -How to understand the stresses they are under -Recognizing that smoking is not a choice, but a trap -Resisting the pressure of friends, partners, and advertising -Quitting without substitutes

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