Stop Smoking Service

KEEP TRYING TO STOP! KEEP FAILING?

This service won’t treat you like a child or try to make you feel like a bad person for smoking in the first place, there is no implied guilt or blame and no disapproving snide remarks for being a smoker.  Are you trying to stop smoking tobacco? Trying to give up smoking tobacco and keep failing?

Do you want to find out how to make it happen and really stop smoking cigarettes?

Stop Smoking

The big question that you need to ask is do you really want to know how to stop smoking? If it is yes you can use the truth to break free from a life limited by smoking.

What the service provides

This service is for the persistent long term committed smoker, who is having a hard time giving up tobacco products, who may have tried to stop many times, but keeps failing, but wants to stop or feels pressured to stop but may not really want to stop, it can still work.

This approach underpins a truth that is inescapable.

A truth that is completely undeniable and the certainty that you will know it to be true, even if you do not want it to be true, you know deep down it is true. Some people give up smoking on the first attempt with what seems to be an easy transition from smoker to non-smoker with seemingly no effort, how do they do that? Some people find it harder but still manage in a short time to give up the habit and succeed in the end, how did they do it? Some people keep trying and keep failing over and over again or, until one day they just give up trying to quit altogether.

why can’t they “give up smoking?”  

This service is especially for supporting hardened smokers to give up in a respectful and dignified way, no guilt trips or judgemental expectations, I only offer a respectful and working therapeutic relationship to help you understand why you can’t stop smoking.

Why is it that some people can give up smoking tobacco so easily?

To find the answer we first need to understand why people smoke tobacco, this is not always as simple as you may think, for some people smoking is nothing more than a bad habit, just like some people who bites their nails, it is a bad habit that may be difficult to tackle but it is not classed as an addiction.

Can you identify any similarities with yourself from the following five statements? 

1 Some people smoke because they need the ritual of smoking cigarettes to support their anxiety or confidence issues; it is used as support mechanism especially in times of high stress or anxiety to help the person cope, or they believe it helps them to cope and belief can be a very powerful defender of an ideology, even if that belief is totally wrong and harmful. 2  Some people have been smoking for so long that it is difficult to separate whom they are, from the action of smoking, everything they have ever done in life has been supported with smoking tobacco, and smoking has in their mind become inseparable from their personal identity, when they try to stop smoking without any effective preparation, it can feel like they are grieving the loss of an old friend, this can derail any real possibility to successfully  stop smoking, even if it is what they want to do. 3 Some people just seem stop smoking and they seem to do so well until they get to a point in time when they just start smoking again, it could have been a personally anxious time, may be from the loss of a job or a bereavement that has pulled them back onto the old ways of coping, sometimes people need to learn new strategies to help them cope in new ways, rather than return to smoking and it can be done. 4 Some people secretly do not want to live, they think that life is nothing but a sad journey from one point to another, full of fear and pain along the way, so why not continue to smoke and shorten their life expectancy, but by smoking they can deny any personal responsibility, and blame smoking instead, a sort of suicide by proxy. 5 It could also be a combination of all the above examples and it can fluctuate over time, between one and another, sometimes it may take a combination of approaches from making adjustments to the way they handle stress and anxiety as well as building self-esteem and confidence, so they do not need to use tobacco to brush over the problems. no smoking therapy This no smoking therapy helps you prepare for the event before it happens, you are not expected to stop smoking yet,  giving you plenty of time to adjust and to help support you as you continue along the path of becoming a non- smoker in your time scale. 1. As a smoker you create your own stress and anxiety from constantly needing to find new supplies of tobacco, discovering that you have left your cigarettes at home can lead to high levels of anxiety or finding that you are running out of cigarettes and you need to find a shop open late at night, finding the money to keep smoking is getting harder as countries keep increasing the tax on tobacco products to put more pressure on people to stop smoking, making you feel more self-conscious and stressed.   2. As a smoker there is more mental energy needed to keep smoking, when there are more and more restrictions for smokers to contend with, it is getting harder and harder to find places to smoke, this means smokers have to plan ahead more or spend much more time trying to find places where they can smoke, more stress and less and less benefit as time goes on. 3. Smoking tobacco is becoming less and less socially attractive, there is also more and more pressure from Doctors and society to put pressure on people who smoke to stop smoking. 4. The health risks are now factual statements undeniably backed up by years of scientific research, smoking can lead to lung cancer or other major life threatening complications, even committed smokers know the truth.

Stop Smoking & Start Living

If you have tried to give up smoking and failed and then tried again and again but you keep continuing to smoke and wonder if it is ever going to be possible for you to quit one day, well this just may be the day to actually stop smoking because you actually want to and not because you have to. You may fail to stop smoking because of one simple fact, you like smoking or smoking has become an integral part of who you are as a person, it may seem to provide you with what you need in many stressful life situations or social interactions and even just the ability to have some quality time on your own, standing still for a moment in time reflecting on life or problem solving.

If you like to smoke why would you want to stop?

If you think about it there are many reasons why people have stopped doing what is for them, an enjoyable part of life, people have to stop rock climbing because of injury or illness age or other commitments make it impossible to continue, people can discover that the risks of continuing the hobby or life choice are becoming to risky as time goes on. That's why people go on a diet and start to lose weight or try to live a healthier lifestyle, as time goes by the risk of developing a physical problem increases and the risk becomes to high to continue, so people worry about diabetes and hart problems developing in the future and they want to do something about it. People love cream cakes and nice fatty foods but they make a choice and make limitations or major changes to what they eat and that helps their future life. The problem with smoking is that unlike food the body gets no benefit from the destructive chemicals introduced to the body by smoking, it is not the same as eating sugar or fat as dealing with both sugar and fatty foods are a normal part of the body's activity and it is about maintaining a healthy balance, there is nothing healthy about smoking what so ever so you cannot strike a healthy balance except by stop smoking tobacco.

Questions about smoking?

How annoyed or angry do you feel when people start to preach to you about how bad smoking is for you? What will be the biggest adjustment you will have to make to help you stop smoking? What are the benefits of continuing to smoke? Why is it good for you to stop smoking?
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Stop Smoking Service

KEEP TRYING TO STOP! KEEP FAILING?

This service won’t treat you like a child or try to make you feel like a bad person for smoking in the first place, there is no implied guilt or blame and no disapproving snide remarks for being a smoker.  Are you trying to stop smoking tobacco? Trying to give up smoking tobacco and keep failing?

Do you want to find out how to make it happen and really stop

smoking cigarettes?

Stop Smoking

The big question that you need to ask is do you really want to know how to stop smoking? If it is yes you can use the truth to break free from a life limited by smoking.

What the service provides

This service is for the persistent long term committed smoker, who is having a hard time giving up tobacco products, who may have tried to stop many times, but keeps failing, but wants to stop or feels pressured to stop but may not really want to stop, it can still work.

This approach underpins a truth that is inescapable.

A truth that is completely undeniable and the certainty that you will know it to be true, even if you do not want it to be true, you know deep down it is true. Some people give up smoking on the first attempt with what seems to be an easy transition from smoker to non-smoker with seemingly no effort, how do they do that? Some people find it harder but still manage in a short time to give up the habit and succeed in the end, how did they do it? Some people keep trying and keep failing over and over again or, until one day they just give up trying to quit altogether.

why can’t they “give up smoking?”  

This service is especially for supporting hardened smokers to give up in a respectful and dignified way, no guilt trips or judgemental expectations, I only offer a respectful and working therapeutic relationship to help you understand why you can’t stop smoking.

Why is it that some people can give up smoking to-

bacco so easily?

To find the answer we first need to understand why people smoke tobacco, this is not always as simple as you may think, for some people smoking is nothing more than a bad habit, just like some people who bites their nails, it is a bad habit that may be difficult to tackle but it is not classed as an addiction.

Can you identify any similarities with yourself

from the following five statements? 

1 Some people smoke because they need the ritual of smoking cigarettes to support their anxiety or confidence issues; it is used as support mechanism especially in times of high stress or anxiety to help the person cope, or they believe it helps them to cope and belief can be a very powerful defender of an ideology, even if that belief is totally wrong and harmful. 2  Some people have been smoking for so long that it is difficult to separate whom they are, from the action of smoking, everything they have ever done in life has been supported with smoking tobacco, and smoking has in their mind become inseparable from their personal identity, when they try to stop smoking without any effective preparation, it can feel like they are grieving the loss of an old friend, this can derail any real possibility to successfully  stop smoking, even if it is what they want to do. 3 Some people just seem stop smoking and they seem to do so well until they get to a point in time when they just start smoking again, it could have been a personally anxious time, may be from the loss of a job or a bereavement that has pulled them back onto the old ways of coping, sometimes people need to learn new strategies to help them cope in new ways, rather than return to smoking and it can be done. 4 Some people secretly do not want to live, they think that life is nothing but a sad journey from one point to another, full of fear and pain along the way, so why not continue to smoke and shorten their life expectancy, but by smoking they can deny any personal responsibility, and blame smoking instead, a sort of suicide by proxy. 5 It could also be a combination of all the above examples and it can fluctuate over time, between one and another, sometimes it may take a combination of approaches from making adjustments to the way they handle stress and anxiety as well as building self-esteem and confidence, so they do not need to use tobacco to brush over the problems. no smoking therapy This no smoking therapy helps you prepare for the event before it happens, you are not expected to stop smoking yet,  giving you plenty of time to adjust and to help support you as you continue along the path of becoming a non-smoker in your time scale. 1. As a smoker you create your own stress and anxiety from constantly needing to find new supplies of tobacco, discovering that you have left your cigarettes at home can lead to high levels of anxiety or finding that you are running out of cigarettes and you need to find a shop open late at night, finding the money to keep smoking is getting harder as countries keep increasing the tax on tobacco products to put more pressure on people to stop smoking, making you feel more self-conscious and stressed.   2. As a smoker there is more mental energy needed to keep smoking, when there are more and more restrictions for smokers to contend with, it is getting harder and harder to find places to smoke, this means smokers have to plan ahead more or spend much more time trying to find places where they can smoke, more stress and less and less benefit as time goes on. 3. Smoking tobacco is becoming less and less socially attractive, there is also more and more pressure from Doctors and society to put pressure on people who smoke to stop smoking. 4. The health risks are now factual statements undeniably backed up by years of scientific research, smoking can lead to lung cancer or other major life threatening complications, even committed smokers know the truth.

Stop Smoking & Start Living

If you have tried to give up smoking and failed and then tried again and again but you keep continuing to smoke and wonder if it is ever going to be possible for you to quit one day, well this just may be the day to actually stop smoking because you actually want to and not because you have to. You may fail to stop smoking because of one simple fact, you like smoking or smoking has become an integral part of who you are as a person, it may seem to provide you with what you need in many stressful life situations or social interactions and even just the ability to have some quality time on your own, standing still for a moment in time reflecting on life or problem solving.

If you like to smoke why would you want to stop?

If you think about it there are many reasons why people have stopped doing what is for them, an enjoyable part of life, people have to stop rock climbing because of injury or illness age or other commitments make it impossible to continue, people can discover that the risks of continuing the hobby or life choice are becoming to risky as time goes on. That's why people go on a diet and start to lose weight or try to live a healthier lifestyle, as time goes by the risk of developing a physical problem increases and the risk becomes to high to continue, so people worry about diabetes and hart problems developing in the future and they want to do something about it. People love cream cakes and nice fatty foods but they make a choice and make limitations or major changes to what they eat and that helps their future life. The problem with smoking is that unlike food the body gets no benefit from the destructive chemicals introduced to the body by smoking, it is not the same as eating sugar or fat as dealing with both sugar and fatty foods are a normal part of the body's activity and it is about maintaining a healthy balance, there is nothing healthy about smoking what so ever so you cannot strike a healthy balance except by stop smoking tobacco.

Questions about smoking?

How annoyed or angry do you feel when people start to preach to you about how bad smoking is for you? What will be the biggest adjustment you will have to make to help you stop smoking? What are the benefits of continuing to smoke? Why is it good for you to stop smoking?
All copyrights reserved. Online Therapy Services

Stop Smoking Service

KEEP TRYING TO STOP! KEEP FAILING?

This service won’t treat you like a child or try to make you feel like a bad person for smoking in the first place, there is no implied guilt or blame and no disapproving snide remarks for being a smoker.  Are you trying to stop smoking tobacco? Trying to give up smoking tobacco and keep failing?

Do you want to find out how to make it happen and

really stop smoking cigarettes?

Stop Smoking

The big question that you need to ask is do you really want to know how to stop smoking? If it is yes you can use the truth to break free from a life limited by smoking.

What the service provides

This service is for the persistent long term committed smoker, who is having a hard time giving up tobacco products, who may have tried to stop many times, but keeps failing, but wants to stop or feels pressured to stop but may not really want to stop, it can still work.

This approach underpins a truth that

is inescapable.

A truth that is completely undeniable and the certainty that you will know it to be true, even if you do not want it to be true, you know deep down it is true. Some people give up smoking on the first attempt with what seems to be an easy transition from smoker to non-smoker with seemingly no effort, how do they do that? Some people find it harder but still manage in a short time to give up the habit and succeed in the end, how did they do it? Some people keep trying and keep failing over and over again or, until one day they just give up trying to quit altogether.

why can’t they “give up smoking?”  

This service is especially for supporting hardened smokers to give up in a respectful and dignified way, no guilt trips or judgemental expectations, I only offer a respectful and working therapeutic relationship to help you understand why you can’t stop smoking.

Why is it that some people can give

up smoking tobacco so easily?

To find the answer we first need to understand why people smoke tobacco, this is not always as simple as you may think, for some people smoking is nothing more than a bad habit, just like some people who bites their nails, it is a bad habit that may be difficult to tackle but it is not classed as an addiction.

Can you identify any similarities with

yourself from the following five

statements? 

1 Some people smoke because they need the ritual of smoking cigarettes to support their anxiety or confidence issues; it is used as support mechanism especially in times of high stress or anxiety to help the person cope, or they believe it helps them to cope and belief can be a very powerful defender of an ideology, even if that belief is totally wrong and harmful. 2  Some people have been smoking for so long that it is difficult to separate whom they are, from the action of smoking, everything they have ever done in life has been supported with smoking tobacco, and smoking has in their mind become inseparable from their personal identity, when they try to stop smoking without any effective preparation, it can feel like they are grieving the loss of an old friend, this can derail any real possibility to successfully  stop smoking, even if it is what they want to do. 3 Some people just seem stop smoking and they seem to do so well until they get to a point in time when they just start smoking again, it could have been a personally anxious time, may be from the loss of a job or a bereavement that has pulled them back onto the old ways of coping, sometimes people need to learn new strategies to help them cope in new ways, rather than return to smoking and it can be done. 4 Some people secretly do not want to live, they think that life is nothing but a sad journey from one point to another, full of fear and pain along the way, so why not continue to smoke and shorten their life expectancy, but by smoking they can deny any personal responsibility, and blame smoking instead, a sort of suicide by proxy. 5 It could also be a combination of all the above examples and it can fluctuate over time, between one and another, sometimes it may take a combination of approaches from making adjustments to the way they handle stress and anxiety as well as building self-esteem and confidence, so they do not need to use tobacco to brush over the problems. no smoking therapy This no smoking therapy helps you prepare for the event before it happens, you are not expected to stop smoking yet,  giving you plenty of time to adjust and to help support you as you continue along the path of becoming a non-smoker in your time scale. 1. As a smoker you create your own stress and anxiety from constantly needing to find new supplies of tobacco, discovering that you have left your cigarettes at home can lead to high levels of anxiety or finding that you are running out of cigarettes and you need to find a shop open late at night, finding the money to keep smoking is getting harder as countries keep increasing the tax on tobacco products to put more pressure on people to stop smoking, making you feel more self- conscious and stressed.   2. As a smoker there is more mental energy needed to keep smoking, when there are more and more restrictions for smokers to contend with, it is getting harder and harder to find places to smoke, this means smokers have to plan ahead more or spend much more time trying to find places where they can smoke, more stress and less and less benefit as time goes on. 3. Smoking tobacco is becoming less and less socially attractive, there is also more and more pressure from Doctors and society to put pressure on people who smoke to stop smoking. 4. The health risks are now factual statements undeniably backed up by years of scientific research, smoking can lead to lung cancer or other major life threatening complications, even committed smokers know the truth.

Stop Smoking & Start Living

If you have tried to give up smoking and failed and then tried again and again but you keep continuing to smoke and wonder if it is ever going to be possible for you to quit one day, well this just may be the day to actually stop smoking because you actually want to and not because you have to. You may fail to stop smoking because of one simple fact, you like smoking or smoking has become an integral part of who you are as a person, it may seem to provide you with what you need in many stressful life situations or social interactions and even just the ability to have some quality time on your own, standing still for a moment in time reflecting on life or problem solving.

If you like to smoke why would you

want to stop?

If you think about it there are many reasons why people have stopped doing what is for them, an enjoyable part of life, people have to stop rock climbing because of injury or illness age or other commitments make it impossible to continue, people can discover that the risks of continuing the hobby or life choice are becoming to risky as time goes on. That's why people go on a diet and start to lose weight or try to live a healthier lifestyle, as time goes by the risk of developing a physical problem increases and the risk becomes to high to continue, so people worry about diabetes and hart problems developing in the future and they want to do something about it. People love cream cakes and nice fatty foods but they make a choice and make limitations or major changes to what they eat and that helps their future life. The problem with smoking is that unlike food the body gets no benefit from the destructive chemicals introduced to the body by smoking, it is not the same as eating sugar or fat as dealing with both sugar and fatty foods are a normal part of the body's activity and it is about maintaining a healthy balance, there is nothing healthy about smoking what so ever so you cannot strike a healthy balance except by stop smoking tobacco.

Questions about smoking?

How annoyed or angry do you feel when people start to preach to you about how bad smoking is for you? What will be the biggest adjustment you will have to make to help you stop smoking? What are the benefits of continuing to smoke? Why is it good for you to stop smoking?
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