How I Quit Smoking
You Can Break The Chain - I Did!
...Life isn't easy and quitting smoking is one of the hardest challenges you'll face...
Dear Nictotine Addict Parent,
- What do you say to your kids about smoking?
- Is it ok for them to pick up the habit?
- Are you content your addiction to smoking?
When I ask those questions, the number one answer a smoker parent responds with is...
No, but I'm afraid I'll fail...
This is your life and your kids' future we are talking about here.
The chain of nicotine addiction doesn't end when you end.
The chances they'll pick up the noxious weed are very good.
After all, you are setting a fine example.
Each day in the United States, more than 3,200 people younger than 18 years of age smoke their first cigarette, and an estimated 2,100 youth and young adults who have been occasional smokers become daily cigarette smokers...
If smoking persists at the current rate among youth in this country, 5.6 million of today’s Americans younger than 18 years of age are projected to die prematurely from a smoking-related illness.
Now what is stopping you from breaking the chain of addiction?
Let me guess...you don't know what you are doing. Good, the first step is admitting it.
The next step...
This report is written by a former smoker who quit. There were a number of motivators, but key was the fact that he was a father. He wanted to be around to care for his children and watch them grow up, have their own kids and live lives free of the smoking addiction.
This starts off with a number of reasons you should quit smoking, as well as the steps to take to break free from this chain.
- Why Quit
- Methods and Tactics for Quitting
- Mental Trickery of Addiction
- Mastering the Mental Trickery
- Cutting Back
- Tips for Success
- Staying Off Cigs
- Your New Life
If you want get off the tobacco wagon and arm yourself with tips and tactics that work, please click the button below. Your kids will back you up on this. They want you to succeed...