Making any lifestyle change can be tough, especially when it comes to something like quitting smoking. To achieve quit success often requires a willingness to try out different strategies, and ultimately to find a healthier replacement for your smoking behaviour. It takes a lot of courage, but also requires motivation, time and patience.+ MORE
February 7, 2018 | Posted in: Smoking | Tags:
With Valentine’s Day approaching, most people think of chocolates and flowers as the time-honoured gift for that special someone. But this Valentine’s Day, consider a different kind of gift – the commitment to a smoke-free relationship.
Studies show that quitting smoking is better together. When one partner in a couple quits smoking, the other partner is more likely to quit successfully as well. On the other hand, it’s tougher to stay smoke-free with a partner around who continues to smoke. Quitting smoking is tough. Why not make it a bit easier by tackling it with someone you love?
Parenting is hard; it takes a lot to be there emotionally and physically for your child. If you smoke, a common worry is that your child will eventually start smoking themselves. In fact, many parents choose to quit smoking for their children.
Even with great reasons to quit, such as the concern over your child’s future behavior and the desire to be healthy as they grow up, the fact remains that quitting smoking – on top all the other things you have to do – can feel daunting at best.
January 17, 2017 | Posted in: Smoking | Tags:
The first step in accomplishing any goal is having the idea to do it.
If quit smoking has been something you’ve been thinking about, congratulations! You are already on your way to getting where you want to be. Maybe you’ve tried to quit before and remember how hard it is.
The important thing is you have set the intention to quit and you are trying.
June 22, 2016 | Posted in: Smoking | Tags:
Imagine walking into work and seeing colleagues smoking at their desks; booking a seat on an airplane or restaurant and being asked “smoking or non?” or seeing an adult smoking in a car, windows barely cracked, with a young child in the backseat. You’d probably be shocked.+ MORE