I started smoking since I was 12-year-old and had attempted quitting more than 30 times.
It was the most challenging and arduous task I have ever undertaken.
Quitting was difficult because I believed that I had given up a real 'pleasure' or 'enjoyment.'
I deprived myself of a thing that I thought would give me 'happiness' it was no wonder why I envied smokers.
But as soon as I understood that smoking wasn't the source of pleasure but the source of all my problems then quitting was relatively easy.
The notorious withdrawal effects of nicotine were nothing after I understood this (I'm not exaggerating), it was all in my mind.
Invest in your mindset before going cold-turkey otherwise, it would be easy to fall into depression and relapse.
I hope I have been of service.
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