Thomas3.20.2010

Getting Better

Discussion created by Thomas3.20.2010 on May 31, 2020
Latest reply on Jun 1, 2020 by maryfreecig

When we first begin our smoking cessation journey it will feel very uncomfortable for a short while and we can in this early stage question if it's worth it to quit. I'm here to tell you that it's definitely worth it!

You will not only change your "habits" you will become an EX! 

The real value of smoking cessation is not only the recognition and reward, which are in themselves worth while, it's the new person we become by finding the discipline, courage, and commitment to achieve them. 

So at what point do we feel relief that this New EXer is the person I am proud of? Well, that's up to you! The more you believe in the process of becoming the sooner you will experience the rewards of your achievement. 

Keep in mind that you didn't become an Addict over night and you won't become an EX overnight either!

We have listed the stages of quitting from day 1 through No Man's Land and beyond. We have the 2 seasons of quit that takes you to your 2nd Anniversary and we support you as an expert who rarely has a symptom of withdrawal. 

No matter where you are in your quit journey many of us have been there and can share their wisdom with you when you need it. 

With recovery from Nicotine Addiction "every day in every way we get better and better! 

You will like your New Self more than ever!

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