Don’t Quit Smoking Just Yet-Putting
Together A Plan
You are really ready to quit smoking, and you want to do it tomorrow. You hear that you
need to have a date picked, so why not tomorrow?
Here you are, ready to go! That is fantastic! It is the hardest thing you most likely will
do in your life. You should be proud.
But wait…what will you do when a craving hits? Do you have any idea where your
trigger places are? Can you trust your determination alone?
This is an addiction, and as such, you need support, a plan, and medical assistance. You
are not alone, with this choice, so let’s bring in some advice!
www.stopcigsforever.com has a great program built for you, and it is a fantastic support
network. You are going to need help, and if you don’t follow these techniques, it will be
harder, and even more likely that you will not succeed.
So, here are some great tips!
1. Clean up your Car: Chances are you are a big smoker in your car. You will need
to freshen it up, by washing all the windows, removing your ashtray completely,
and adjusting to not smoking in the car. Try it! Make this one place where a
smoke is illegal for you, and even before your stop smoking date.
2. Scrutinize your Home and Office: You have places you sit and smoke. Think of
where they are, and write them down. Look around for things that trigger your
need for a smoke, maybe it is the remote, a chair or even an outside bench. Write
these items down, as you are going to remove them before your stop smoking
3. Visit your Doctor: This may be the hardest step you have to take. So, take a
breath, and give yourself some time. Call your doctor’s office and make an
appointment. This will make your effort more real, and it will be stressful. You
will need your motivation skills in full gear before tackling this challenge.
4. Purchase some Tools: Your doctor will recommend