As you go through the first days and weeks without smoking, keep a positive outlook. Don't blame or punish yourself if you do have a cigarette. Don't think of smoking as "all or none." Instead, take it one day at a time. Remember that quitting is a learning process.
After you've quit, the urge to smoke often hits at the same times. For many people, the hardest place to resist the urge is at home. And many urges hit when someone else is smoking nearby.
Now that you aren't buying cigarettes, you probably have more spending money. You should calculate and find out just how much money you have saved daily!
Average cost of a pack of cigarettes in the U.S. is $5.31
Beating an addiction to nicotine takes a lot of willpower and determination. You should feel great about yourself for making it so far. Now is the time to focus on sticking with it.
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