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Protect Yourself From Identity Theft. By Skoobe.
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Protect Yourself From Identity Theft. Everyday Thousands of People Are Getting Their Identity Stolen! If You Have Use Your Credit or Debit Card Recently This Could Be You! Don't Be A... More > Statistic‚Solve The Problem That much of Americans Face Each And Every Day! It's Easier Than You Think For a Criminal To Get Your Personal Information And Use It To Not Only Obtain Goods And Services.< Less
97 Mistakes People Unwittingly Make When Trying to Stop Smoking By Jackie Hill
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For many people stopping smoking is one of the hardest struggles they've faced in their lives. Most smokers have attempted to stop smoking only to start again after a few days, weeks or months. This... More > repeated cycle of stop - start each time leaves the smoker feeling more and more disempowered, miserable and guilty. Most people cannot understand why they cannot control this habit and blame themselves for not having enough willpower. When asked, over 65% of people who continue to smoke, say they would stop if they knew how. If you have tried to stop smoking and failed, then this book is a must for you. You will not only become aware of the hidden snags, snares and struggles that await to trip you up and keep you physically and psychologically dependent on nicotine, but you will also learn a range of psychological strategies and techniques that will keep you firmly on track heading towards becoming a non-smoker for life.< Less
97 Mistakes People Unwittingly Make When Trying To Stop Smoking By Jackie Hill
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For many people stopping smoking is one of the hardest struggles they've faced in their lives. Most smokers have attempted to stop smoking only to start again after a few days, weeks or months. This... More > repeated cycle of stop - start each time leaves the smoker feeling more and more disempowered, miserable and guilty. Most people cannot understand why they cannot control this habit and blame themselves for not having enough willpower. When asked, over 65% of people who continue to smoke, say they would stop if they knew how. If you have tried to stop smoking and failed, then this book is a must for you. You will not only become aware of the hidden snags, snares and struggles that await to trip you up and keep you physically and psychologically dependent on nicotine, but you will also learn a range of psychological strategies and techniques that will keep you firmly on track heading towards becoming a non-smoker for life.< Less
Her Dliemma By Regine Dubono
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a woman struggle to help her daughterwhen she realizes that the prescribed drugs are incompatible, not mean to heal, and have serious side effects, leading to early death and incresed cost of health... More > care.< Less
The Xanaxian Report By S.K. Torma
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Some people say that heroin is the worst drug in the world. Thankfully, they haven't met Mr. Benzodiazepine. If they ever had the misfortune of meeting him, they would surely change their mind. ... More > When you open this book, you will step into a world of "Benzo Hell," caused by Xanax and her sisters. May God bring you back from these pages of a fiery "prescription drug" inferno: mentally sane and physically intact. Reviews: "Heartrending..." Professor C. Heather Ashton, DM, FRCP "A gripping and emotional read..." Ross JM, the Trap Forums Admin. Authors Email: thexanaxianreport@yahoo.com Support: The Trap Online Support forums< Less
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Worse Than Heroin By E. Robert Mercer
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The most pervasive drug problem in the world is not heroin, not crack, not crystal meth, not pot, not any of the illicit drugs. Combined with the brutal nature of its addiction and the time and... More > difficulty involved in withdrawing, a legal classification of drugs is by far the worst. Given their legal status and widespread use, benzodiazepines are secretly taking away the lives of Americans and people in other western cultures as we increasingly turn to pills to heal us. Commonly known as tranquillizers, the effects of these highly addictive prescription drugs are ghastly. Withdrawing from them can be extraordinarily difficult, far beyond description. This is the true story of one man's journey through dozens of relentless, horrific withdrawal symptoms to renewed health. These drugs are worse than heroin.< Less
Worse Than Heroin By E. Robert Mercer
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The most pervasive drug problem in the world is not heroin, not crack, not crystal meth, not pot, not any of the illicit drugs. Combined with the brutal nature of its addiction and the time and... More > difficulty involved in withdrawing, a legal classification of drugs is by far the worst. Given their legal status and widespread use, benzodiazepines are secretly taking away the lives of Americans and people in other western cultures as we increasingly turn to pills to heal us. Commonly known as tranquillizers, the effects of these highly addictive prescription drugs are ghastly. Withdrawing from them can be extraordinarily difficult, far beyond description. This is the true story of one man's journey through dozens of relentless, horrific withdrawal symptoms to renewed health. These drugs are worse than heroin.< Less
Worse Than Heroin By E. Robert Mercer
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The most pervasive drug problem in the world is not heroin, not crack, not crystal meth, not pot, not any of the illicit drugs. Combined with the brutal nature of its addiction and the time and... More > difficulty involved in withdrawing, a legal classification of drugs is by far the worst. Given their legal status and widespread use, benzodiazepines are secretly taking away the lives of Americans and people in other western cultures as we increasingly turn to pills to heal us. Commonly known as tranquillizers, the effects of these highly addictive prescription drugs are ghastly. Withdrawing from them can be extraordinarily difficult, far beyond description. This is the true story of one man's journey through dozens of relentless, horrific withdrawal symptoms to renewed health. These drugs are worse than heroin. < Less
ZHackers: Vol 1 By David Jordan
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When three geeks find themselves faced with a zombie apocalypse, they have to use their brains to find their way to safety and survive. They have no guns, no chainsaws or crowbars. It's their wits... More > against the horde. Can three hackers pull off their hardest hack yet, surviving the threat of zombies, thirst, hunger, and internet withdrawal?< Less

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