The first question I asked when I wanted to quit smoking was, “How Can I Do this?” First and foremost, we all need a Plan to Quit so go into my Blogs and find “The Quit Kit”. A very wonderful lady, in the old Quitnet.com, created this wonderful post and it will definitely help you through the first two weeks of quitting. They are Hell Week and Heck Week... it does get better!
Please remember that patience is a virtue and quitting smoking takes time... How long have you smoked? Smoking literally becomes a factor in everyday life, and the psychological effects cannot be overcome in a week or two... Please also remember that we have all been where you are now... Trust us. Learn. Your positive attitude toward quitting is also paramount to success! Nothing good comes easy... so commit yourself to becoming smoke free, period!
The absolute surest way to be successful is: Never buy, beg or borrow another butt! No matter what! And I promise you will win!
Everyone is different. However, click on the link below to being your learning journey on becoming smoke-free and the wonderful benefits of how your body knows exactly how to heal the ravages of smoking. Quitting is the very best thing you can do, by yourself, for your physical and mental health and well being!
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If I can do this, after over 50 years of smoking, I promise you can do it too! And we are all here to help you! Welcome! You’ve come to the right place! Rosemary