Is quitting smoking harder than quitting other drugs?
Many if not most people have heard that quitting smoking is harder than quitting most other drugs. If this message is true it is no wonder that most smokers feel that quitting is close to impossible and trying to quit is not really worth the effort–considering the chances of success are basically so abysmal. The good news is that while many people say that quitting smoking is harder and the chances of success are close to impossible, in reality quitting is much simpler than most smokers think and the chances of success are much higher than most have been led to believe.
- Breaking free from nicotine's grip is more doable than most people think
- Crutches to quit smoking
- Just one little puff
- You mean you haven't had a single puff off of a cigarette?
- I want one
- Resources regarding the advantage of quitting with a positive attitude
- How to quit smoking
- Quitting smoking is a simple process
- People in recovery from other addictions
- Are doctors taught about nicotine recovery?
- Can people quit smoking and still drink alcohol?
- Are people doomed to fail if they don't get professional help to quit smoking?
- I can't quit because I am addicted
- I can't quit or I won't quit?