I believe a really good reason to quit now is that there are just so many open possibilities to explore once you do.
First of all, you save money. You can spend it on whatever you actually want or need. It is a good experience having so much money in the bank when you really need something.
Second of all, the cravings dissipate so there isn't that much more you have to put up with. If you use NRT, there might be some lingering affection for some nicotine gum if you used that.
Third of all, it has an impact on what you feel like you want your health to be great. So it is motivation.
And last of all, for me, I wanted to focus on my family. I could see after I quit the effects it had on my family and I couldn't believe I was that selfish. I was very undeserving of some of their understanding when they helped me deal with this.
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