Education IS the key to a successful quit
Read the suggested material:
Allen Carr's Quit Smoking on pdf on the web. No link allowed
Start with a plan: when and how you are going to do it
Study your triggers and prepare for them
Be willing to do whatever is necessary to not smoke
Be willing to change people places and things if necessary
NOPE no matter what, when where, how or who
Make a vow and commit to it.
Develop your own mantra.
" I can do all things through Jesus Christ who strengthens me."
Connect to your hight power.
Come here often Research, Read, Study, Blog\, Get Involved.
Ask questions, and offer support by telling your experience
Type HELP if you need it someone will respond
Blog your journey it helps, your written history, you will not regret it.
Learn self Talk - e.i. "I don't do that anymore"
Hang tough, it is doable if you never give up, never give in. NMW (no matter what)
Make a vow no matter what NOPE, not one puff ever.
Believe that you can and you will, one day at a time
One urge at a time, one craving at a time, one success at a time.
Just BREATHE your way through it
This is a journey, not an event but life-changing
Be willing to relearn your thinking and behavior
Learn that you do not have to smoke
Be willing to do the work to protect your quit
Quitting is the easy part, staying quit requires the work
If you drink alcohol and need to smoke, do not drink
If you have to smoke if you are around smokers don't be
No turning back know the law. Freedom's "The Law of Addiction" thread: Page 1