If you have ever quit smoking, or if you are contemplating quitting now, you are no doubt already aware that there are many question that arise. Unanswered questions only add to your already overwhelming confusion and frustration.
Do any of these frequently asked questions sound familiar?
- “What do I do when the inevitable – and painful – craving pangs hit? How, exactly, do I handle them – without giving in and lighting up?”
- “What do I do with my hands?”
- “What do I do with my mouth?”
- “Smoking relaxes me – and without it I just go bananas. What do I do now?”
- “I use smoking as my personal reward system and pleasure center. What am I supposed to use now?”
- What about my smoking buddies? I enjoy my smoke breaks!”
- “How can I avoid weight gain?”
- “What about depression? Anxiety?”
- “I hate the feeling of losing an old friend. I need help – without being preached at.”
- “I am just plain scared. Going any length of time without a smoke seems too difficult. I hate craving. How do I ease my hardship and overcome my fears?
- “What about other cessation aids? What should I use?
Most smokers contemplating quitting have had some – if not all – of these questions, at one time or another. And up until now, the “by guess and by golly” method made “convenient-quick fix” sense for many.
Now, with the instant availability of a full-length cessation program (the just-launched “Smoke-Free Key”) these questions are are no longer an issue. With over 260 PowerPoint audio/text slides, (31/2+ hours) all of your questions will be answered, as you’re walked through the stop smoking process step-by-step.
It’s been proven that with your questions answered and a solid strategy for dealing with craving pangs to back you up, the task of stopping smoking is far less severe – and far more rewarding. Many people even find the experience of controlling craving, (are you ready for this?)… satisfying and enjoyable.
Consider this: Isn’t the biggest difference between a smoker and an ex-smoker, just that one had enough motivation to live through the initial 48-hour physical withdrawal and learned to deal with craving – and one hasn’t, yet?
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