jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007

BE SMART

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Oct 12, 2014

If you are serious about quitting smoking you will plan your life in order to avoid situations before you are smack in the middle of them and overwhelmed by the desire to smoke.

I suggest being highly aware of risky situations that would trigger your desire to smoke for at least the first 4+ months and have an escape plan if it was imperative that you be in that situation at all.

Smoking isn't natural. We weren't born with a cigarette and a lighter.
It's something we chose to do. YOU MUST UNCHOOSE IT IF YOU WANT TO BE FREE.

If you aren't going to give your quit 100%, why waste your time fighting yourself and being uncomfortable going through withdrawal over and over and over?

Realize the first two to three weeks are a difficult and uneasy time for everyone.
Are you unwilling to give yourself that small amount of time to show yourself you don't need to smoke just because you thought you did?

"If you've quit smoking and you're still smoking,you're doing it wrong."

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