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Thanks for posting. I like the part you wrote about the mini trials!
Thanks for posting this. I know about Section 1. Interested in 3,4,7 in section 2. And 3,4,6,7,8 and 9 in section 3.
Middle age is when broadness of the mind and narrowness of the waist change places.
Whatever you do in life, think higher and feel deeper. C. Artias
Your personal history is not your true identity. Don't let the past define who you are.. Eckart Tolle
You are the architect of your actions, words and voice. What an opportunity for love, truth and purpose to shine. Sister Andrea Jaegar
Accept each moment as if you had choosen it. That frees you
A WORKBOOK TO HELP YOU QUIT SMOKING
Congratulations!!! You have decided to quit smoking. You are taking big step towards a healthier life.
This guide is divided into 3 sections. It will help you get ready, get set and go on your journey to quit smoking. You can do it at your own speed and in your own way. Only you will know what is best for you. This guide is packed with ideas to help you making a quitting plan.
So take it one step at a time
DO IT FOR YOU!!!
Section 1: Get ready!!
this section will help you to get ready for your new life as a non-smoker. Getting ready for change is important. This section will help you learn how you feel about quitting. Find out if you're ready to take a step towards a healthier life. What will be covered in this section:
1. Why do you smoke??? Why do you want to quit??
2. Tobacco Addiction
3. Think about the costs of smoking
4. Think about the benefits of Quiting
5. What to expect when quitting smoking
6. Weight gain
8. Imagine it!!
Section 2 : GET SET!!!!
Your journey continues in this second section. You will learn to make a plan for quitting. You will make decisions about how to quit and who will support you. You will learn how to cope with cravings. Finally, this section will help you to pick a quit date that is right for you. (ps, the smoking counsellor told me to stress to everyone you can have free little mini trials where you try for 10 hours first and see how you do, try it a 2nd time for lets say a day, then when you are ready try it for 2 days, record how you did, look ands see how you did and see if something else will help, practice, practice!!! Remember this is at your own pace.....if you aren't ready yet, your not ready yet, don't beat your self up, quitting is a process, not an event. Your quit day can be 3 months from now, or 6 months from now.)
1. Look Back, Move forward
2. You have options for Quitting
3. Tracing your triggers
4. What triggers you?
5. Support sytems
6. Creating a smoke free environment
7. What are your reason???
8. Set a quit date
9. Your plan
Section 3 Go!!!! Your journey continue in this third section. Put your plan into action. You have quit smoking, now you need to learn how to live as a non-smoker
1. Day before you quit
2. Quit day
3. Change it up
4. Reward your self
6. Track your progress
7. Dealing with a set back
8. What if I start smoking again??
enhance your life, spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Never quit moving forward, rest if you must but don't quit