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The Decision To Quit Tobacco
The decision to quit smoking is fundamental. Because of the pull of the nicotine addiction, very few people who try to quit smoking are successful. Hence, the concept "try to quit." People always "try to quit," but rarely are cigarette smokers successful at becoming ex-smokers.
As a result of this difficulty, people "trying to quit" always seem to give themselves an "out." People "trying to quit" can then justify using the drug, because, after all, they are "trying." Usually, in someone who truly wants to quit, the most important factor driving the pull back to the cigarette is the addiction, the physical craving. However, the psychological factors of conditioning, habit, etc, can also play a significant part of driving people back to smoking.
Because our program is so effective at taking away the physical craving, it takes away the main driving factor forcing the addict back to the cigarette. This leaves the psychological to be dealt with when desire for a cigarette arises.
By making the decision to quit, this means you will not be driven by frivolous factors back to the cigarette. At the beginning, when the physical desire arises, apply the treatment. The physical desire disappears. Should some mental desire arise, then you can check in with the physical, realize you don't "need" a cigarette, and so you can let the mental idea pass easily, because you've made the decision to quit. Of course, if the physical craving arises, apply the treatment, and it disappears within two minutes.
So making the decision to quit is fundamental. Set a date, a time. Perhaps the arrival of our Addiction Antidote kit at your house. Still, with our Addiction Antidote, even if you did fall back and have one or more cigarettes, you can still simply apply the cure, and be addiction free shortly.
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