Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Ellen F. | Saugus, MA, USA

Chewing tons and tons of gum!  And thinking about my son and wanting to be alive to see him grow up—since both my parents have died of lung cancer.

Sharon Q. | Sheboygan, WI, USA

Put the money of a pack of cigarettes in a see-thru glass jar so you can see how quickly the money pot grows!

Thomas R. | Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

Use the patch when you get cravings

Carol S. | Reno, NV, USA

Don’t buy them!  When you buy them, you have them and smoke them!

Tom T. | Cleveland, OH, USA

Start with an e-cigarette to wean off real ones

Mariza I. | Fontana, CA, USA

Become a grandparent.  The little one keeps you busy.  At first you are still uptight, but it gets easier. My smoking friend swore this helped her quit.

Roy M. | Holly, Michigan, USA

Start by cutting out one a day. Skip the bedtime smoke for a few days, once you get over that hump, skip the morning smoke for a few days. Try to change your routine to cut out another smoke a day.…Continue Reading »

Beckie H. | Klamath Falls, OR, USA

Who are we fooling…Im a 52 year old woman that has smoked since she was 9…its called WILL POWER and DETERMINATION!!!

Suzi Z. | Eldred, IL, USA

Always have a cinnamon stick handy!

Pamela D. | Bradenton, FL, USA

When I was 18, my boyfriend said he couldn’t be with me unless I quit smoking, I prayed and the next I didn’t have any cravings at all