Talk Yourself Into Quitting Guide
Talk Yourself Into Quitting Guide This is a guide that will help you to make that decision
to quit smoking. The first thing you have to do is to decide that you want to quit. Make a list of all the reason
you have to quit. Everyone's list is different. Some very good reasons to quit are: * Save money on groceries when
you do not have to purchase cigarettes. * Being able to do something else instead of standing around smoking and
talking. * Not coughing or being out of breath; during mild exercises. * Being a hero to your kids and setting a
good example for them to follow. Now that you have your reasons to quit list, you need to keep the list where you
will see it each day. Some good places are: where you used to keep your cigarettes, in your purse or wallet, in the
kitchen, by your bed, and also in your vehicle. All of these places where you used to keep your cigarettes you will
now reach to find your list there, reminding you of why you need to quit smoking. Read books from the library or
Websites online where they talk about the many diseases smokers are at risk for because they choose to smoke. Read
carefully and look at the pictures if any of how old people look when they age prematurely from smoking. These
pictures will haunt you until you decide to stop hurting and start helping yourself to a better life. Visit a
hospital and take a good luck at those patients who are suffering from lung cancer or have difficulty breathing.
That could be you, the smoker. Think of all the people who love you and would miss you if you died prematurely due
to any of the illnesses known to be at risk for due to smoking. Smoking can have an effect on many aspects of your
life from influencing whom your friends are, to the ability to conceive, to having beautiful skin or premature
wrinkles. Check out a support group for those who have decided to quit smoking. There you will find many reasons
for each of the individuals who frequent there. They knew the devastating facts and then know how best to cope with
them; or at least what works with them. Your healthcare professional is an excellent source of not only current
information about quitting smoking. He understands your body and can show you evidence of the devastation you are
risking for continuing to smoke. Quitting is a personal choice and should involve a lot of research and planning.
This writing guide can serve as your personal coaching to developing ability to come to terms with this. Just
remember that what ever you decide the people who love you, will always love and respect your deciosn.
What Happens When You Quit Smoking An ideal way to support your own goal is to keep a Smoke Free Journal so that you can record all the important steps you take from day 1 right though the milestones - week 1, month 1, your 3 month anniversary, 6 months, and 1 year of being smoke free. Recording your failures and triumphs will inspire you later down the road. It may even inspire someone else to succeed. Support your goal not only by clearly defining when and how you will quit smoking, but make sure that you have the information that you need to cover all the bases regarding any obstacle you may encounter on your journey to being smoke free.
After Quit Smoking
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