Are you questioning your New Year’s
resolution to quit smoking?
New Year's Eve is typically a time when many people decide to make a resolution to quit smoking. New Year's day or shortly thereafter many of these people question that resolution and usually throw away their quits. This video explains why this often occurs. Your past resolutions may have failed but this year can be different. The resources below can help you to make this year the one that you finally quit smoking and stick to a personal commitment to never take another puff.
- The fear of failure
- The fear of success
- The fear of relapsing
- Quitting smoking: A fate worse than death
- Everything you did as a smoker you can do as an ex-smoker
- “It’s inevitable, some smokers are going to relapse”
- “I can’t quit because I am addicted”
- How to quit smoking
- Quitting smoking can make you calmer, happier and healthier
- Past “successful” quits
- Breaking free from nicotine’s grip is more doable than most people think
- "I’ve tried everything to quit smoking and nothing works!"
- One day at a time
- Never take another puff