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Will You Succeed?

Many attempts to quit smoking fail, partly because so many methods for quitting focus only on the nicotine addiction. The fact of the matter is, the 'habit' of smoking includes a powerful psychological component that can produce cravings to smoke long after the nicotine has been cleared from your body.


As you consider methods for quitting, improve your chances for success by including a plan to eliminate the psychological aspects of smoking dependence.


If you do, you stand a much better chance of becoming a happy and comfortable ex-smoker, and not one of those people who, even years after quitting, would still 'kill' for a cigarette.


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