Tip to Quit Smoking #1: The most important step is the first one: admitting you have an addiction.
Tobacco companies promote the idea that smoking is a matter of personal choice. But is it really? Ask yourself, do you need a cigarette or do you just want a cigarette? If you need a cigarette there’s a good chance that you’ve crossed over from personal choice to addiction.
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Take a moment to watch this Thai anti-smoking advert. The ad apparently resulted in a 40% increase to Thailand’s quit smoking hotline.
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Those who have quit will tell you that quitting smoking is actually easy.
The following is a personal experience from Anton, an ex-smoker.
I know that if you’re reading this post, then you’ve tried to get rid of the habit a million times, and maybe you want to quit smoking easily. You may have the feeling that your plans to survive getting rid of your nicotine addiction will fall through, and you’ll be a smoker until the end of your days. One who perseveres does not give up on his decisions easily and takes up the matter seriously — even in those moments when you feel that such an unknown and “unattainable” victory is not worth the suffering. You know exactly what you want to quit, because you would not be here right now. You will have your good days and bad days; everyone who has ever had to experience pain to get rid of nicotine addiction has had them as well — me included. Good days will show that, indeed, it is easy to quit smoking, and hard days mean you just have to wait for a good day.
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If you are reading this, the chances are that the several hundred ad campaigns against smoking have not worked for you yet. That is OK! Changes to your life cannot come from those ads or your subconscious. It has to come from You.
Here are the 7 secrets that allowed me to empower myself over cigarettes: