08 January 2008

Quitting Smoking Fear

Quitting Smoking FearMost people know that they could add years to their life, improve their health, and save several thousands a year, just by quitting smoking. Most people know that by quitting smoking they will get all of these points simultaneously. But, smokers continue to smoke.

There isn't a smoker alive who has not felt gut-wrenching fear when thinking about stubbing out that last cigarette... the one that signals the beginning of smoking cessation process. Smokers are anxious to feel misery without cigarettes; to experience fear that they won’t be able to enjoy life or handle stress; that life will be boring.

If you are smoker, probably you fear that you’ll have to give up your crutch or pleasure; fear that you will put on weight; fear that you’ll have to go through an awful trauma to get free; fear that you’ll never get completely free of the craving. It all comes down to one thing… FEAR. But millions been there, and done that! The good news is that fear is needless. There is life after quitting smoking, and it is better than you might imagine. Much better.