Habits: One Way to Stop Smoking

Americans are quite willing to join an organization provided they get a membership card, pay dues that are taxdeductible, and get away from home at least one night a week. But alcoholics, gamblers and dope addicts who join such organizations as A.A., G.A., and Synanon have a special purpose. To get off the sauce, the dice or the pot, they need will power. And obviously will power languishes in loneliness but thrives in company.

Now there is a kind of A.A. for smokers. Like A.A., its meetings have spiritual overtones. It is led...

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