Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Tina P. | Jackson, Ohio, USA


don’t have any around the house and always use gum or candy it helps

Jason R. | Atlanta, Georgia, USA


chew on a toothpick when you feel the need to smoke

Marlene B. | Houston, TX, USA


Stay active such as ride a bike,keep your hands busy ,writting constanly,eat candy as a substitute,read a book,relax more often from the stress,if that don’t break this one will drink a beer in front…Continue Reading »

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.

Cynthia W. | Corpus Christi, TX, USA


I recently had to try and stop smoking while recovering from surgery on my nose. I found eating licorice helpful, all flavors, and also hard candy with sugar. The nicorette gum works only…Continue Reading »

Stover S. | Swickley, PA, USA


Quit cold turkey and get candy

Anita F. | Victoria, British Columbia, CA


Not One Puff, Ever (N.O.P.E.). The mind is a tricky thing. It will tell you that one cigarette won’t hurt. And it’s hard to argue with that logic, especially when you’re in the…Continue Reading »

Linda J. | Gordonville, PA, USA


Add hot sauce to your cigarette filter! The hotter the sauce the harder it will be to smoke! This is my own version of shock therapy!

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!