Quitting smoking can be very difficult. It will take a lot of physical, mental and emotional strength to continue on and carry through until you've kicked the habit for good. But, many people have successfully quit smoking so you can take inspiration from them and be convinced that if they can do it, then so can you.
To be successful in your challenge to stop smoking, you will need a plan to guide you throughout your difficult task. The plan will need to outline the following so you can see all the details clearly:
1. Goal. Are you determined to quit smoking and get rid of it completely from your life? Are you ready to persist until the very end despite the difficulties?
2. Expectations. how are you going to handle withdrawal symptoms and attacks of cigarette cravings?
3. Action Plan. What is your step-by-step strategy? What course of action will you take to achieve your goal? Will you go into a rehab clinic or go through it at home with the support of your love ones? What techniques will you apply to accomplish your goal? Will you consult with a doctor and take medication? Will you learn self-help techniques? What other stop smoking aids can you avail of?
With the help of a strong support group and the proper motivation, in time, you can quit smoking.
|Publisher:||Gary F. Ismail|
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