Your First Smoke-Free Holiday Season
As you work your way through your first smoke free holiday season, you may face a number of triggers to smoke that are associated with this time of year specifically. Simple things like holiday baking and trimming the tree might leave you feeling edgy the first time you do them smoke free.
Take heart — recovery from nicotine addiction is a process of gradual release over time. The work it takes to navigate the season smoke free is a necessary step in clearing old associations out and making way for the new.
Keep your perspective in line with your intentions, and by the time the holidays roll around next year, smoking won’t even register as a concern.
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Healthy Monday encourages us to think of for ourselves. If you’re still smoking, put your cigarettes down and get started on your quit program today.
We all have the ability to quit smoking successfully, and we all deserve a life that is free of addiction. Honor your life by choosing Monday as the day to start and reinforce your quit program.
You can quit smoking … and we’re here to help you, one simple Monday at a time.
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