30 November 2006

Get support quitting smoking

Quitting is hard. Usually people make two or three tries, or more, before finally being able to quit. Each time you try to quit, you can learn about what helps and what hurts. You have a better chance of being successful if you have help. You can get support in many ways.

People whose friends and family help them quit are much more likely to succeed. If you don't want to tell your parents or family that you smoke, make sure your friends know, and consider confiding in a counselor or other adult you trust. And if you're having a hard time finding people to support you (if, say, all your friends smoke and none of them is interested in quitting), you might consider joining a support group, either in person or online.

If you have questions, doubts, thoughts about quitting smoking, feel free to post it here, inside Quit Smoking Pro. You will find answers to your questions and support to help quit smoking for good.


Anonymous said...

Boy do I need support. I just happened to google your blog while searching for some kind of online support. I quit smoking on 5/8. I did the shot, followed by 10 days of medication. Ever since then I have been struggling with mood swings, basically I feel like everyday I am an evil person to live with, I feel bad for everyone I come in contact with. I feel like wearing a warning label to let people know I am a recent quitter and to be aware. Please help, I really am a nice person, how can I moderate my moods? How long will this go on?

Quit Smoking Pro said...

Here is the Quit Smoking Pro Advice posted as independent post. Hope it helps.

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