Support For Stop Smoking
Talk to people who have successfully quit smoking cigarettes. Ask them how they did it. Chances are, you will find that they quit cold turkey. I haven’t met anyone who has successfully quit otherwise. Most people I have talked to who have used the patch or gum or whatever else there is out there end up relapsing (start smoking again). You must surround yourself with people who have quit long-term. Otherwise, you will be surrounded by people saying things like, “I can’t quit. Screw it. I wish I could quit, but I’m too weak.” Those type of people are soft. They won’t help your cause at all. You’ll find yourself giving in to temptations of the “nicotine voice.” You need to be rock-solid.
With that being said, you are going to have an extremely tough time quitting if anyone in your home smokes. Not that it can’t be done, but it will be very difficult. There will always be the lingering smell of smoke to remind you of what you are missing. There will always be a cigarette box lying around tempting you to smoke. And worst of all, there probably will be second-hand smoke that you will breath. This will make it difficult to completely rid your body of nicotine. Thus you will ALWAYS be craving a cigarette. Continue reading