Few more Stop Smoking Links

Here are a few more links to some interesting info for quitters:

How to Quit: Center for Disease Control Web Site

Dr. Bob’s Quit Smoking Page: Plenty of info. (Caution: Horrible HTML/Frames design.) If you can handle the ugly design of the page, there is a lot of good information here. Like this

Craving may be more intense with nicotine tapering than with cold turkey quitting…

What happens when you stop smoking Fact sheet no 11: Quick and concise fact sheet with most of the most pertinent facts for smokers(wannabe quitters)

P.S. Four days and counting…

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  1. You might have seen this over at /. today, but MIT is publishing a report today on why bad habits are hard to break. Blame it on the basal ganglia.

  2. Congrats!

  3. Shane, I write asking that you consider adding WhyQuit ( http://whyquit.com ) to your list of quit smoking links. WhyQuit.com is a totally free quit smoking forum that sells nothing, has no advertising and refuses donations. It truly is a labor of love that seeks only to help visitors to reclaim their mind and life. Our tools include a free PDF quitting book, free counseling, free video quitting lessons and free online quitting support. We invite you to explore the site.

  4. Dear thatedeguy,

    Hello my name is David Lees. I am a 27 year old lecturer from Nottingham, England who has just completed an MA in Conflict Transformation. And now works as a lecturer and mediator. I have been working oover the last few months to convert what I learnt about coaching, motivation, NLP, emotional intelligence and mentoring into a free, non-profit website that gives advise, exercises and tips for those who wish to quit smoking. The address is http://www.imagine-quitting.com . I am writing as I was hoping you would be able to include me on the quit smoking link page of your website, as I would like to get visitors to try out my program and hopefully help people. In return I will of course include a link back to your own site. I hope you enjoy the site and find it good enough to include on your own page. The site is completely free, features no advertising and is non proit. It is designed purely to help people.

    Regards and thanks,

    David Lees

  5. Hello All,

    I was reading around some of the posts here and I found interesting things that you guys talk about, I just made a blog about quitting smoking resources and ideas that you might want to check out.
    If someone is interested in this topic just go to; http://endthehabitnow.blogspot.com and let me know what you think.
    Thanks in advance.