jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007

NEW QUITTERS: You Can Pressure Yourself And Anticipate The Worst

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Aug 2, 2019

But, does that work for you or work against you?

Why make yourself angry and upset that you have to quit?

A majority of people considering quitting enter into it with a bad frame of mind.

They don't want to give up smoking and they're fearful they can't.

They don't understand they aren't giving up but gaining

 

I didn't set a quit date until I was ready and knew I could do it.

What I did will not work for those who don't do it.

NOTHING WORKS IF YOU DON'T DO IT.

The way I quit puts absolutely no Stressure on you.

It makes you think before you smoke which causes changes.

After a short time (weeks, not, years) you will have proven you don't need to smoke just because you thought you did. (I was ready to quit after 4 weeks.)

 

So why not do it? What do you have to lose?

All you people "trying" to quit.

STOP OVERTHINKING THIS.

Stop making it impossible for yourself by creating fear and negativity.

 

Just start saying "I'm going to wait a little longer," every time you think of smoking.

That's it.

Your smoking pattern will change automatically if you'll just do that.

I guarantee this will work, but, you have to do it for it to work.

 

Onward and Upward

 

 

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