Quit Smoking Help Support: 09/07/06

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Keeping Your New Year Resolution To Quit Smoking And To Stay Quit

Another year has past and here you are making new resolutions – to quit smoking again as one of your new year resolution.



The problem with new year resolutions is that people just write them down as though it was a wish list. There is no conviction to the words written down, no planning or whatsoever. You should make plans following your resolution. Plan, and seek consultation, even a physician if possible.



Do something about it NOW if you really want to quit smoking. There is no such thing as you can only quit at the beginning of a new year. It’s just an excuse to escape to over and over again. Do not keep any cigarette packets left for – just in case. This is a recipe to absolute failure. Also do not believe in the last packet or the last stick…even your cigarettes packet is three quarter full, throw it away and don’t wait until tomorrow, because you know they say tomorrow never comes.



The difference between happiness, success or failure, is only a mindset away. We are a direct result of what we think in our mind. The choice is up to you. Change the way you think you will change yourself. You will never be more than your self image.



So, every thought we think has an impact on us. We respond to our negative thoughts and to our positive thoughts. If you have a history of failing to live up to your own expectations, your memories are loaded with negative programming.



Every single thought will affect us directly. We will respond to our thoughts whether it is a positive one or a negative one. So why not choose to think positively? If you have a history of failing, then your mind will program you to think that you will fail. You need to change that immediately!



Believe in yourself and your abilities and your life will begin to improve. Eventually, people will respect you. Your motivation and also enthusiasm will dramatically increase. Some people may find it easy to change while others not. It is entirely up you.



You definitely can succeed and quit smoking forever. Just find a support system and MAKE THE EFFORT. All of suffering will only be short term. Sometimes even as short as 1 or 2 weeks. So do not wait until new year just to quit smoking because change can happen anytime. So start taking action now!


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