Will Our Approach Work for You?
Although everyone's circumstances are different, the struggles people have can be remarkably similar. For many people, the psychological side of quitting is more of a problem than dealing with the nicotine addiction.
Do any of these describe your situation?
- You desperately want to quit, but no matter what you've tried, you just haven't been able to stay quit. You're starting to wonder if you'll ever be able to quit.
- You enjoy smoking, but you know you need to quit because of some circumstance in your life - a health problem, a new baby (or grandbaby) on the way, you've just started dating a non-smoker, etc.
- You really do want to quit, but you're afraid you'll have to give up too much - friends, hobbies, the relaxation you get from smoking. You wonder if you can ever really live a normal life without smoking.
- You've been smoking all of your adult life, and you feel like you are a ‘born' smoker. NOT smoking seems unnatural for you - you can't even imagine yourself as a non-smoker.
- You've tried to quit before and failed, and you are infuriated that cigarettes have this much control over you. You're determined to quit, one way or another.
- You smoke to deal with stress, boredom, and anxiety; You smoke to relax and reward yourself; You smoke when you need to think or problem-solve.
- Last time you tried to quit, you got so angry you were afraid you were going to get fired, divorced, or disowned, and/or you got so depressed you could barely get out of bed.
If any of the scenarios above sound familiar to you, we've helped people like you.
Our approach can help:
- Current smokers who smoke anywhere from 5 to 100+ cigarettes a day.
- People who have tried to quit in the past (perhaps several times) but returned to smoking.
- People who have not tried to quit, but understand that there is more to quitting than eliminating the nicotine addiction.
- Long-time smokers who have smoked for at least a year, up to 50+ years.
- People who would like to avoid gaining weight when they quit.
This approach is especially useful for people who:
- Believe in taking responsibility for their own actions, and want to take control of their lives.
- Want to help themselves, but value the support of others and expert advice in the form of a step-by-step methodology.
- Value living with energy and vitality, and recognize that health is one of the foundations for living fully.
- Believe that family and ‘people connections' are among the most important things in life.
If this is you, you may want to go ahead and sign up for the mini-course now – it's free.
Or if you prefer, read on to learn more about how this approach works.
What Others Are Saying
"What did I like best about the program? It works! After 20 years of smoking, I didn't think I'd be able to quit, but The Complete Quit System not only showed me how to quit successfully, it told me exactly what to expect during the process—right down to my cigarette dream!"
— Georgia S., Los Angeles
"I recommend The Complete Quit System to all of my patients who smoke. As a periodontist, I see the effects of smoking every day. Quitting may be the best thing you can do for your teeth and gums."
— Terry S., DDS, New Mexico
"I loved the very specific directions contained in the program. I knew I wanted to quit, but I didn't know where to start. Having it all laid out step-by-step made it much easier. I'm now smoke-free, and I'm completely blown away by it. I never imagined that I would be able to do it, but I did!"
—Elizabeth B., Graduate Student