Wellness Component of a Long-Term Maintenance Strategy

  • Patricia R. Flynn

Abstract

Any number of methods (or combination of them) can help smokers to achieve abstinence. Whatever method is used, however, should help the client actively in treatment to enhance self-attribution.

Keywords

Cholesterol Sugar Fatigue Corn Depression 

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© Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1991

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