The Quit Assist Program is sponsored by the tobacco maker Philip Morris. To me this is sort of like the wolf telling the sheep how to avoid being eaten. If anybody has quit using The Quit Assist Program I would love to know.
Philip Morris’ Quit Assist Program offers support and advice in order to help smokers kick their tobacco addiction, and recommends that smokers follow a five-step program in order to quit smoking effectively.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the greatest risk for relapse is in the first three months after quitting. If you do slip and have a smoke, don’t beat yourself up, and don’t give up. Instead, think of what you can learn from this. Review what led you to smoke. Plan how you’ll avoid that or cope with it the next time the desire arises.
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