merline, quit coach
12 Sep 2018
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05 Nov 2018
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Congratulations you did it!
As you mentioned it ain't easy, but a positive and
optimistic attitude will definitely help you to succeed.
Please note that when you quit, there are usually
difficult days and easier days. In order to remain smoke-free you should
celebrate and congratulate yourself no matter what kind of day you make it
The Rewards of Quitting
Now that you’ve quit, it’s a good idea to keep track
of the benefits that you’re getting from not smoking. Make a list of your
rewards as you go, keep it handy, and refer to it often – especially when
cravings hit. For example, “I feel less out of breath when I take the stairs”
or “I’m saving money every day.”
Aside from the benefits, remember to reward yourself
for your progress. Rewarding is one of the most important things you can do to
help yourself stay on track.
Everyone finds different benefits to quitting. What
are yours? Share with other quitters on Smokers’ Helpline Online.
One day at a time and one week at a time!
Last modified on 05 Nov 2018 17:30 by merline, quit coach