If a successful quit was dependent upon misconceptions....most quits would fail.
The fact that 6% of quitters make it a year shows most quits do fail.
Likely, these failed quits were based on misconceptions.
- One of these is that quitting smoking is next to impossible.
- Another is that you have to want to quit to be successful.
- Another is that you can only quit if you hate smoking.
If you plan based upon misconception, it will be an excuse for failure.
Smoking was something we chose
Quitting smoking must be something we choose
or we will find excuses to smoke.