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Success Means Changing Behaviour
There's no doubt
about it - quitting doesn't happen at once. Research scientists have
found that most people try to quit seven times before they succeed, and
unsuccessful quit attempts, while frustrating, are actually part of the
process of quitting.
But not everyone tries quitting seven times. People who seriously
prepare beforehand can successfully quit smoking - even on their first
chances of quitting for good can increase if you view quitting as a
journey, or a healing process that your body goes through. We suggest
that you see quitting in this light rather than seeing it as an abrupt
and uncomfortable change in your personal lifestyle.
interactive and personalized program is designed to help you quit and
the exercises in this program are divided into six major milestones.
Think of each milestone as a destination you're trying to reach. After
you complete the exercises in each milestone your car will move along
the road map located at the left-hand side of your screen.
For more information on how this program works, click the "Continue" button at the bottom right-hand side of your screen.