Win Quit Smoking therapy sessions

09:42 28 March 2012

Win Quit Smoking therapy sessions

Win Quit Smoking therapy sessions


If you’re an addict to the evils of tobacco and nicotine and are looking to beat the cravings, this is the prize for you.

If you’ve tried patches, gum and even going cold turkey, then a course of therapy might just be what it takes to crack the habit.

MyOffers are giving away a course of hypnotherapy to help you finally quit. The sessions will help you look in to the deeper reasons if why you’re a smoker, anything that may have triggered you starting and also access the parts of your mind that control habits.

Hopefully at the end of the session you will be free of your smoking habit and will feel incredibly proud of yourself and ready to enjoy a longer, healthier life.

This prize draw closes on Monday, 30 April 2012 Terms and Conditions

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