Do you really need to want to quit
more than you want to smoke?
An often quoted comment is that many people fail to quit or to stay off of smoking because they wanted to smoke more than they wanted to quit. Video discusses how this is not necessarily the reason why people fail in their quits. It is not that they don't want to quit bad enough, but rather that they don't understand what they need to do to quit and stay off and what their real options are regarding quitting and smoking.
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