merline, quit coach
12 sept. 2018
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05 avr. 2020
Good afternoon Kit12,
Congratulations on your 5 months without smoking!
I'm glad to hear that you went through the first few weeks
and now here you are 5 months later.
forget to celebrate your quit success with a reward!
good to take some time to reflect on your quit and
reward yourself! Not only does it feel good to celebrate your achievements, no
matter how long you’ve been smoke free, but rewards also help you stay quit by
giving you some extra motivation along the way.
some ideas for rewards? Here are a few to get you going!
some funky household items to replace where your ashtray once
quitting help you jump start your “healthier you” mentality? Try buying
some exercise or dance classes to keep that momentum going.
advantage of your improved sense of smell and taste with a fancy meal at
the restaurant you’ve always wanted to go to or buy some shiny new
kitchen equipment to make your own delectable creations.
up a new outfit, like that new suit or leather boots you’ve been
lessons or learn a musical instrument. You’ll be able to hold
notes a lot longer with your increased lung function.
yourself feel good by making someone else happy. Buy something nice for
someone who provided you with a lot of support during your quit.
with a massage, facial, or a manicure (it’s ok for guys to get them too!).
reward you choose, don’t forget the greatest reward you’ve already given
yourself for quitting smoking, and that’s a healthier life!
Please know that our Community Forum is very grateful to have
you as a member.
One day at a time,
The Smokers' Helpline Team
Dernière modification sur 05 avr. 2020 15:19 par merline, quit coach